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May is National Moving Month

Spring is here and Memorial Day is around the bend, that means moving season is upon us. Since 1997, May has also been given the honor of being national moving month. As an interstate agent with Bekins Vanlines, White Glove Moving & Storage has been helping families take advantage of moving late Spring through summer for the past twenty years. It is no wonder, when school is out and the weather in the northeast and midwest goes from gray to clear skies, many use this time to move.

Of course, moving can be more than a hassle, it can be a downright overwhelming proposition. Regardless of the size and distance, here are a few useful tips and tricks to help make the process easier:

*Book a reputable moving company. Post covid, there are many cash buyers and other factors that can result in the need to move much quicker than in the past which in turn is creating high demand. Thus, it’s essential to book a quality moving company quickly. At White Glove Moving & Storage, we offer both in-person and virtual surveys to provide accurate pricing and ensure the crews have the right tools and materials for the job. Thereby, providing peace of mind that come moving day; it all goes smoothly.

*Throw away or donate as much as possible before and during the packing process.

*Use laundry baskets, trash bins, and suitcases as boxes if you are doing a direct move. If you know you will need more, ask your estimator during the complimentary survey, how many boxes and what sizes they recommend. When White Glove is chosen as your mover, those boxes can be arranged for delivery or pick up so you can start packing sooner rather than later. Of course, should you wish to have the professionals pack for you; that is always an option and we welcome the opportunity to be of further service.

*In lieu of bubble wrap, protect your dishes and fragile items with clothing and linens.

*While your clothes are still hanging in the closet, put them inside a trash bag to make unpacking simpler.

*Put stemware and glasses inside clean socks for extra padding.

*Eat at home during your last week to clear your fridge and pantry as best you can. Keep in mind, if you are moving over state lines the actual end cost is based on weight so don’t let that be in soup cans; rather donate your heavy non-perishable items. At White Glove, as Move for Hunger movers, we can help with that by taking your reserved box of items to the warehouse for our big delivery to the Treasure Coast Food Bank.

*Plan out your wardrobe for the week before you pack, then pack the clothes that you don’t plan on wearing for the week.

Other tips for clean out once your items are moved include:

*Use white Ivory soap, toothpaste, and other items to fill nail holes in your walls.

*Broken glass on the floor? Use a slice of bread to pick up the pieces that your broom missed!

*Remove any dents in the carpet that furniture left behind with ice cubes. Simply place the ice cubes on the dents, let them melt, and use a spoon to lift the fibers.

*If you have scuff marks on hardwood floors, cut a hole in a tennis ball, stick the ball on the end of a broom, and rub the scuff mark until it disappears.

*Wrap a rubber band around a hammer to prevent scuffing the wall when removing nails.

*Unwanted electronics, remotes and more? Visit a local electronics recycler like Staples where these kinds of items can be recycled into something new.

In closing, yes moving can be stressful but when you enlist the help of the pros and you take the proper time to sort;  moving can be an adventure, too. New home, new places to explore. Thereby,  expanding your horizons to make new connections. At White Glove, during National Moving Month, and all year long; we enjoy being a small part of that exciting process when a move occurs for a family, individual or business. Lastly, click here for our full moving checklist.

Lots to do in November!


NOVEMBER 14 – 17, 2019


White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery is proud to be teaming up again with the Indian River Cultural Council to help make the weekend of live art and design a reality with the 2nd House of Art, Culture & Design to be held from November 14-17. The Designer Showhouse & Garden Exhibition is held on Friday November 15 & Saturday November 16 from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday November 17 from Noon to 5pm ($25 per person) For location, parking information and tickets, visit HouseofArtCultureandDesign.com.
The special events listed below will take place at the Environmental learning Center, 255 Live Oak Dr. at the SW corner of the Wabasso Bridge. If you attend any of these events, your admission to the Designer Showhouse on the day of your choice is free.
Big Band Gala will be held on Thursday November 14 from 6 to 9 pm for $150 per person. This is an opening night gala with a buffet dinner and dancing to the big band sounds of the Jordan Thomas Odyssey. Cocktail Attire. Come early for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony from 4pm – 6pm. Celebrate the opening of the Designer Showhouse & Garden Exhibition with this preview event. Trolleys will transport you to and from the Environmental Learning Center and the property.
An Evening at the Cabaret will be held on Friday, November 15 from 6pm – 9pm for $75 per person. This is a perfect date night with cocktails, food and a cabaret performance. You can preview the Designer Showhouse & Garden Exhibition before the evening begins. Trolleys will transport you to and from the Environmental Learning Center and the property.
Let’s Get Glamorous Luncheon will be held on Saturday November 16 from 12pm – 2pm for $125 per person . This is a fashion show with a runway show and luncheon.
Mimosas & Mahjong Brunch will be held on Sunday November 17 from 12pm – 3pm for $50 per person. Enjoy an afternoon of strategy and fun with mimosas and brunch.
Event Package All four special events include the Designer Showhouse & Garden Exhibition for $350 per person.

Wine, Women & Shoes

Date: Thursday, November 14  Time: 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm

To benefit: Humane Society of Vero Beach & Indian River County  www.hsvb.org

VENUE: Sunjet Aviation 3200 Cherokee Dr Vero Beach, FL 32960 United States + Google Map

White Glove Moving & Storage is excited to be an event sponsor again this year. Helping the Humane Society get all their items transported, staged and returned. It is amazing to see this airplane hanger transformed into the epic venue it becomes for one night!

Festival of Trees 2019
November 22 – 24, 2019

“Winter Wonderful” is the theme for the 22nd Annual Festival of Trees, Riverside Theatre’s largest Education Program fundraiser.

Considered Vero Beach’s premier holiday event, this three-day festival transforms Riverside’s campus into a lighted holiday wonderland filled with beautifully decorated trees, gingerbread houses, wreaths, vendor booths, arts and crafts, live performances, an “ice” skating rink, and even meals with Santa!

In 2018, almost 5,000 attendees reveled in the magic of the holiday season and their support helped us provide $50,000 in scholarships to children in need.

Join the festivities and make an unforgettable impact on young lives! White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery is proud to be the exclusive delivery agent for this event. Each year we deliver these remarkably decorated trees in full splendor to amazing homes in the area. Ensuring these masterpieces are placed just right to add instant holiday cheer.

Caleb Clements New President of White Glove Moving

White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery is proud to announce that Caleb Clements will be serving as President of this growing company established in 2002.

Mr. Clements has served as VP of Internal Operations.  Having graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2005 with a B.A. in Business Management, he brings a tremendous amount of financial and business experience to the leadership of the firm.

With his picture on all of White Glove’s trucks and marketing collateral, it was a natural fit to have him help catapult the company to its next level of success.

Phil DeLange, owner and CEO, is looking forward to a more relaxed role with this transition and states, “Caleb is a great leader and has a terrific vision for how to take us even further while maintaining all our staff that does so well in their roles.”

Mr. Phil DeLange, owner/CEO and Caleb Clements, President

When asked why he was excited to take on this new responsibility, Mr. Clements shared, “Vero Beach and the surrounding area have grown leaps and bounds in the past four years and White Glove has grown right along with it.  With all this company does to better the community and the lives of its employees we are blessed to experience great loyalty from both customers and staff. I know that White Glove’s future is bright and we look forward to exceeding expectations for many more years to come.”


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