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Have you just planned your move to Birmingham? Excellent. You’re probably one of the many individuals who have learned how wonderful this city it can be for raising a family. It’s always your best bet to arrange your relocation with a moving and packing service in Birmingham, so that you’re able to focus on more […]

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Thinking of calling the Mobile, AL movers this summer? Moving to a dorm in Mobile, AL? Well, your tuition may be a little more expensive than you thought. A recent study of the most expensive schools in America revealed that Columbia University, New York, is the priciest school in the country. Students spend more than […]

As the cold weather begins to roll in, Birmingham residents begin to bundle up and switch their heaters to the on-position. This season, movers and packers in Birmingham report that the area is going to experience below-freezing temperatures. Unfortunately, there are many who do not have a warm home to enter as soon as the […]

Alabama is full of fun facts and awesome places to check out. If you are moving to Birmingham, local movers have the top eight things you should know about Birmingham. 1.Compared to other major cities, the cost of living in Birmingham is relatively low. Local Birmingham movers say this city ranks at the 12th most […]

After extensive research, your full service movers at All My Sons in Alabama have narrowed down the results of the best apartment complexes in Birmingham for you to cross one thing off of your list when planning your move to Birmingham.   • Hawthorne at Lake Heather – These apartment homes have been around since 2000. […]

Although it may be cold outside, Birmingham has plenty of things going on to keep your little ones entertained after moving to Birmingham this month. Find out more about things to do with kids in Birmingham from All My Sons Moving & Storage local movers. – Monster Jam on January 8 and 9: On Friday […]

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Nearly burnt down by a fire back in 2011, Birmingham’s historic Powell School was recently saved from the chopping block when the city passed a plan that will turn the old school into downtown apartments. The city of Birmingham is requesting $3.7 million in federal HUD loans in order to transform the historic school located […]

As part of the 2014 mid-term election ballot, the Alabama Right to Bear Arms, Amendment 3, better known to the Alabama Legislature as House Bill 8, has been passed. Holding 72 percent of votes, the official ballot title of the measure read as follows: “Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, to […]

From haunted hayrides, corn mazes, walking trails, to scream parks, there is no shortage of haunted attractions in Alabama around Halloween! Even though Halloween is supposed to be scary, some events may not be suitable for younger children. If you and your family are moving to Birmingham this October, be sure to check out these […]

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Recently, there has been plenty of debate on millennials and their real estate habits, which mostly tend to lean towards renting in urban areas. According to a new study by Builder magazine, Birmingham ranks as #2 in the nation for home buyers in the 18-34 age range. The magazine states that the growth for 2012-2013 […]