Tips to make your move
Book your move as early as possible to insure that the
mover of your choice
Try to have a mental picture of where you would like
things to go in their
new location. Better yet, a floor plan will offer the
best results especially for
Use caution when packing, use plenty of loose packing
Do not overstuff boxes, this prevents them from
splitting during the move.
Be considerate of weight. Books, for example, are
extremely heavy if they
are packed in too large of a box additional persons or
equipment may be necessary to move them which will slow things down.
Use sturdy, reliable boxes and don't be afraid to use
an extra piece of tape
when sealing the bottom.
Label everything so that the mover knows exactly where
things are to go in
Have your new phone turned on before the day of the
move and your old one
turned off the day after. Inevitably someone will need
to make a phone call.
Provide a safe place for pets out of the moving area,
they can be injured if
they are in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Disconnect stereo or television equipment, in advance
to save time moving
Remember, any items loaded last, will be the first
items to be unloaded from
the truck. The following are a few items to consider
loading last so they are
the first off the truck. If you are moving an
automobile, these and other
essential items can be put into it, making them easy to
Blankets, pillows and sheets
A box of toys for the children
Light bulbs for the new house
Since most kitchen items will be packed the first day,
plan to eat out the first
night of packing if your move is going to take more than
one day to pack and
Because we cannot guarantee the exact time we will
finish loading your
goods, do not make flight reservations on any of the
days that you are
scheduled to be at the residence.
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