Moving to another home requires a lot of work. You need to pack up and sometimes leave some things behind if it’s too big or too heavy for your new place. You also need to adjust to the new neighbors, workmates or classmates.
Hiring a mover is mostly done when moving out. Do you already have a reliable mover in mind or are you still in the stage of looking for one? Know how to hire a mover by following these steps:
12 Steps to Hiring a Mover
The process of finding a good mover can seem daunting. But doing a little research is worth it. By shopping around, you can save money (sometimes more than $1,000) and avoid scams. Here are 12 steps to help you through the process.
1.Get recommendations. Ask friends, coworkers, and local real estate agents. Look in the phone book for moving companies that have offices near your home. You’re going to want to get an in-person estimate of how much your move will cost. Don’t rely on any estimate that comes from someone who hasn’t looked in every one of your closets. Don’t assume that big-name companies are best. Read more…
Help from family and friends can make things easier for you when moving out. They can help you with packing and moving big or heavy objects. But if you have already hired a mover then maybe there will be little work left for you. If you want to make things a little easier when moving out, here are some helpful tips for you:
21 tips for an easy move
Let’s face it: Unless you’re a minimalist, moving is one of the biggest household tasks there is and it can be extremely overwhelming. But if you can get a head start and stay organized, you should make it through this mammoth process unscathed and ready to enjoy your new abode. Here are 21 tips to help you avoid moving day chaos.
1 Get organized early
Avoid leaving anything until the last minute. Unless you have to pack up and leave in a hurry, chances are you have between 30 and 60 days to make a plan and ensure that moving day runs smoothly. Create a countdown list and itemize everything you need to accomplish week by week. Read more…
Good luck on your new place and hope you’ll find a new adventure.