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3 Ways To Take The Stress Out Of Moving

02.21.20

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Moving to a new house can be quite exciting. The prospect of a new beginning can fill your life with hopefulness and anticipation. If you are a first-time buyer, the opportunity to put your own stamp on your corner of the world will obviously be very appealing. 

But there is a great deal of stress associated with moving house. Everything that you own will get boxed up and moved and then unpacked. Things might get broken and you will have a lot of work to do in making your old home tidy as you move out, and preparing the new pad for your new life. 

Then comes the admin associated with moving. Your home will need utilities set up, and you may need to close to accounts relating to your old home. 

It can be quite tiring just thinking about the work that will go into your move. With careful planning and a logical approach, it is possible to take out some of the stress at least.  

Use A Professional Removals Company

One of the best ways to reduce your stress levels is to use a professional removalists company. By bringing in an experienced set of hands, you will have the confidence and peace of mind to know that your possessions are going to get moved in the safest way possible. 

Not only will a removals firm handle your items with care, but they will also get the job done far quicker than you could on your own. After all, a reputable company will be moving people into new homes every day. 

Start Early With The Preparation For Your Move

Way before the move, start off by creating lists of all of the companies that you will need to get in touch with about the move. Be sure not to leave anyone off your list. From this list, work out who you can get in touch with immediately and start phoning and emailing them straight away. There is nothing worse than having to deal with hours worth of phone calls immediately after you move, or even in the midst of packing your old home up. 

Pack In A Logical Fashion

Start packing your home up as early as possible. Make sure you only pack things that you won’t be needing until you are in the new house.

Set aside an area of your home to start stacking packed boxes. Then, begin packing up your possessions carefully. Make sure that your boxes are neatly sealed. Do not overfill your boxes, and make sure that they are not too heavy to lift. 

Label every box. You will need to write what is in it, and where you would like it to go to in the new house. This will save you time when you come to unpacking everything, as it will all be easy to organize. 

Be sure and wrap any delicate items up in something soft. Label any boxes such as this with “handle with care”. 

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