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Nikki Purcell With Her Husband Brian Purcell

Dallas Female Business Owner Nikki Purcell Selected as A Global Top Female Professional

Texas entrepreneur Nikki Purcell has been selected as a Top Female Professional by The Global Directory of Who’s Who for outstanding contributions and achievements in the moving industry.1 Nikki co-owns Firehouse Movers, our Dallas-Fort Worth and Frisco moving company, with her husband Brian Purcell. Since 2009 when she joined Firehouse Movers, she has helped grow…

fall season in Dallas

Dallas in October

October is one of the best months to not only visit our city, but it’s also a slower moving season, making it ideal and stress-free for your relocation. From the cooler temperatures that get you excited about fall and spooky fun Halloween events, visiting or moving to Dallas in October can’t be beat. Pleasant Weather…

preparing for winter in the moving season

Best Tips to Prepare for an End-of-Winter Move

While North Texans are enjoying the few more months of summer we have left, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be preparing to move in the winter. Snow in Dallas is a rare occurrence but it’s possible. Our experts share their best tips to help you prepare for an end-of-winter move. Prepare Your New Home Nothing…

to do checklist

Packing and Moving Timeline for A Move to Texas

Figuring out what to pack and when to pack for your big move can be a little overwhelming. Never fear, the house and apartment movers at FireHouse Movers Inc. are here! We have created this packing and moving timeline and overview to give you a handle on the situation. Though this is not the be…

girl with moving boxes

Why You Should Declutter BEFORE You Move

It’s time to declutter before you move, and you know it. Moving is one of the most stressful things you can do. It’s time consuming, it’s complicated, and it can be expensive. If you hire a full-service moving company, you are guaranteed to get less stress. And maybe we’re a little biased, but we think…