Moving to a new house can be easy if you know what you’re doing. Luckily for you this blog post has tips that’ll help you do just that. They’re from https://devriesrelocation.com, so you can depend on them.
Lighten Your Load
Do yourself a favor and go though all of your belonging and get rid of things that you don’t use anymore or are broken. There’s no sense bringing that stuff with you to your new home. Bag or box it all up and donate it to your favorite thrift store. The same goes for larger items like furniture. Call a few thrift stores and find out which ones are willing to transport heavy items for you. You’ll have a lot less to do on moving day if you get this done ahead of time. You may end needing a smaller moving truck, which will save you money.
Copy That Please
No matter how careful you are, accidents happen. That’s why you should make copies of the important documents and sentimental photos that are stored on your computer. After all, if your computer falls out of a moving box, those documents are as good as gone.
Keep a Schedule
If you don’t want moving day to drag out all day and night, then create a schedule for that day and stick to it. Remember, the earlier you start your move, the earlier your move will be over. Your schedule should include what time you’ll wake up, eat breakfast and lunch, and what hours your move will be conducted. Here’s an example:
- 6:00 wake up
- 6:30 breakfast
- 7:00 start move
- 12:00 lunch
- 1:00 move
- 5:00 finish move
Keep Clothes Separate
You may think that keeping clothes in your dresser will make your move easier, but in reality it won’t. It just makes your dresser heavier and more difficult to move. This applies to bookcases, desk, and any kind of furniture that store items. Empty drawers of their content and pack those items in a seperate box.
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