Do you hate moving to a new home? Do you wish you could just teleport all your stuff to your new home so that you didn't have to deal with the whole rigamarole? Unfortunately, we don't have the technology to move like this so you'll have to do things the old fashioned way. But there are some things that you can do that will help make the moving process a whole lot easier and less stressful. A few of the most important things include:
Hire professionals: Moving is stressful enough without having to worry about whether you've got enough people to come to help you move. You may recruit 10 people and less than half of them show up. When you're trying to get to your new place as quickly and as efficiently as possible, it only makes sense to hire one of your local moving services to come and assist you. Because their whole job is to get people moved out of their old homes and into a new home, they'll know how to handle even the toughest moving situation with ease. Instead of worrying about whether your move will be finished on time, you can sit back and relax while the moving professionals do all the work.
Get more than enough boxes: Some moving services will pack your belongings and move them while others will only move boxes that you've already pre-packed yourself. If you're going to be doing your own packing, make sure that you get extra boxes. Because other people may be moving as well, it's possible that stores may run out of the boxes you need just when you run out of boxes. Always get at least two or three more boxes than you think you'll need, just in case. If it turns out that you don't need them after all, most stores will accept returns of unused and still-flat boxes.
Pack an emergency kit: A lot of moving stress can arise when you're forced to tear through your boxes in order to find something specific. Good labeling can help the moving services professionals to put the boxes in the correct rooms but that doesn't always help you find a specific item. In order to give you more time to unpack without having to hurry through the process, pack a large suitcase or clear plastic tote with things that you know you'll need in the first two to three days in the house. This may include changes of clothes, soap, a towel or two, and a pot or a pan for cooking.
Contact a moving service, like Tru -Pak Moving Systems, for more help.