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Make Moving a Breeze with These Tips

MAKE MOVING A BREEZE WITH THESE TIPS BEGIN THE PROCESS EARLY Start looking for movers in advance and inquire with storage facilities about free truck move offers Downsize and pack your rarely used items one to two months before the move Early preparation is most important in summer, when movers are busiest TAKE PHOTOS BEFORE PACKING I's easy to forget how items are displayed Take photos of your décor and room designs Use these images to recreate layouts and displays in your new home PACK WITH A PLAN Pack one room at a time to maximize organization Use high-quality packing supplies to protect your belongings These may be sold at your local storage facility Separate important documents that need to be shredded Ask the storage facility about secure on-site shredding services BE DETAILED WHEN LABELING Each box should say what room it belongs in and what it contains Color coding your boxes can help them get to the right rooms For example, add a red sticker to all kitchen boxes and write “kitchen: stemware" on the relevant box KEEP ALL YOUR ESSENTIALS Be prepared for the first day or two in your new home Keep easy access to essentials by packing an overnight bag Include a change of clothes, toiletries, medications, your cell phone, and your laptop PACK IMPORTANT ITEMS SEPARATELY After arriving in your new home, you'll need to track down certain items before you can unpack everything Pack these important items in a clearly marked box or bin Include chargers, snacks, bottled water, box cutters, toilet paper, tools, and pet supplies PROVIDED BY: G'DAY since1979 THE SELE CRORAGES POUCHSELFSTORAGENEWS.COM SOURCES: services/we-move-you-free-truck.aspx SPECIA 00

Make Moving a Breeze with These Tips

shared by BrittSE on Jun 23
You can’t forget to mark the box of your essential items! Take a look at this infographic to find out how you should prepare to move to a new house and leave the stress behind.


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