sure you do a thorough sweep of any items you may have forgotten and left behind. Attics are often out of sight and out of mind and the focus of packing is often primarily on the parts of the home visibly seen. A good tip is to start packing up your attic first, so that you know it is clear, clean and nothing is forgotten. If you have a larger attic or multiple attics, try to start packing up your attic several weeks in advance of your move, so that you will have enough time to properly…Continue
Open Your Boxes As Soon As You Can
We have touched upon this idea in past blogs, but we can’t stress enough the importance of unpacking your moving boxes as soon as you can. This will allow you to check the contents of each box for any items that may have broken during the move. Waiting too long to open your moving boxes can result in items sitting, broken, and not being discovered until it is too late for insurance to cover the costs.
If you discover that an item has broken,…Continue
Easier moving process
Garage sales are all about selling items, and moving is all about moving items. Paired together. The moving process becomes a whole lot easier when items that need to be moved are sold, and do not need to be packed up and moved.
Smaller moving truck
Larger moves require larger resources, but having a garage sale prior to your move can help you to avoid having to rent a larger moving truck. Since you can sell a lot of your items during a garage sale,…
When it comes to moving, there are many different aspects involved with the moving process. From packing up clothes to preparing your family for a new environment, a variety of details accompany most moves. For pet owners, preparing your pet for the move is equally important. After all, your pets are a huge part of your family, and you want to make sure they are prepared for the move.
With all moves, you want to make the process as smooth and easy as possible for all members of your…Continue