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17 Moving Tasks You'll Definitely Forget

17 MOVING TASKS YOU'LL DEFINITELY EB FORGET 6A A Practical Checklist When it comes to moving, planning is everything. But even the most meticulous of planners would easily overlook these few items. Here are 17 things you'd definitely forget in an easy to use, printable checklist! Book Your Removalist! A.S.A.P. Name: Date: Contact Details: Notes: 4. Moving interstate or overseas - grab your dental, school, vet and medical records. WEEKS TO GO Redirect your mail well in advance. Use the online Address Notification Service from Australia post to save yourself bucket loads of time. 3. Start packing early. The heartache of surviving a few weeks without your Grandad's 1963 Encyclopedia Britannica collection on display will be nothing compared to the pain experienced in attempting to pack it all on the morning of the move. WEEKS TO GO Drain oil from any lawn mowers and other mechanical tools to avoid leaking onto your crisp white bed sheets during the move. Start eating anything you've stored up in the freezer early. It's unlikely you want to see your finest porterhouse steaks being feverishly flung to your soon to be ex-neighbour's dog on moving day. 2. Return videos, DVDS and library books. It's easier whilst you live in the town from which you rented them. WEEKS TO GO Arrange the disconnection and reconnection of electricity, gas, telephone, internet, pay TV and water in advance. No one likes a simulated camping trip at the end of a tough day's move. Cancel newspaper, cleaning, gardening, pet grooming or other easily forgotten about local services. Update your home and contents insurance ahead of time to make sure you're covered. If you live in a multistory building, make sure you book the elevator for moving day. Stair climbing makes great exercise - just not with fridges. Throw together a 'move day kit' with important keys, prescription medicines, cheque book, bank cards, tools, first aid kit, ID, toiletries, extra clothing. WEEK TO GO Defrost and clean your fridge the day before the move. MOVING DAY 6 A Turn the power and water off yourself before you go, and take a quick photo of the final readings. A picture says 1000 words, and might save you $1000 in bill disputes later. Make sure you leave the electric garage door opener behind. And most importantly; once unpacked, hold the housewarming party to end all housewarming parties. For an even more comprehensive list visit for over 100 tips and tricks that'll make your moving day a breeze. ALLPURPOSE RENOVALSA STORAGE

17 Moving Tasks You'll Definitely Forget

shared by allpurposeremovals on Jun 23
A practical checklist of 17 moving tasks that most people would probably forget.




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