Why Moving House Is Fun!
Taking the time out of your life to move house is a big undertaking. You need to spend several weeks, even months, packing your entire life and moving from one place to another. The collusion of companies working together to make things work for you is an important job and all you want is to have everything move smoothly. Moving house is a huge commitment and with moving day looming, you realise that you can’t put off the packing any longer. Choosing the right moving experts in Granbury is never an easy decision but ensuring get reviews and life references from companies by people you know is key for moving day success. You need to make sure you have enough boxes and think ahead to reduce any potential disasters on moving day! The following tips have been put together for you so you can make sure you have everything covered with your moving company.
Before you start, consider what you do not need to take with you. You need to work out what will need careful packing and make sure you have moving insurance to cover potential breakages. Make a priority packing list and make sure you show this list to your removals company. Take time to sift through your belongings and have a proper clear-out. You can make up a box for charity and if you have the time try and hold a few car boot sales to sell the things you don’t need. The proceeds of your sales can be put toward some redecorating or new carpet for your brand new home. Calculate how many boxes you will need and discuss this carefully with your chosen moving company especially if they will be the ones supplying what you need. Don’t just get the one size and try and get boxes that hold crockery: there are some excellent boxes with separate slots for plates now so you can keep them from breaking when you move. Try not to overfill larger boxes though I know it’s tempting!
Leaving a little room in the boxes will mean that you won’t break an arm trying to move them. Use sturdy boxes particularly for the heavier items. If you use corrugated cardboard boxes you reduce the risk of your things breaking through boxes and them being strewn all over the floor. All hazardous materials like bleach, paint and aerosols should definitely go into separate boxes to keep them away from the rest of your stuff. Unless you travel light, you won’t be able to unpack everything in the first day so it’s worth deciding what you might need easy access to as soon as you cross the threshold of your new home.
Make sure you pack an essentials box for the first night in your brand new home and carry it with you. Instant access to coffee, tea, kettle and snacks will be very welcome. Set up an online shop for food to be delivered the same evening you move in as then you have a fully stocked fridge for the rest of the week. This is particularly important if you have a young family as you’ll need to make sure you have breakfast things in the next day. Bread and milk are an absolute staple. Prepare an overnight bag alongside this so you have easy access to toiletries.