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10 moving tips

Moving can be difficult, but sometimes it’s best to wait until the perfect time. Moving is never easy which might make you want to do all your moving at once and have everything done in one go!

Here are the 10 moving tips

1.Get a quote for the move and get quotes from at least three different companies

Here at Moving Company A, we know that your move is a stressful event. That’s why our team of experts will be with you every step of the way to ensure everything goes smoothly and according to plan so you can enjoy peace of mind when it comes time for us to pack up your belongings before they’re relocated by one of us us our skilled movers. All this without having anything go missing or get damaged in transit!

Moving from point A (your current residence)to Point B (our new destination). This is not something most people have experience doing which creates worries about what might happen during the transportation, especially since moving companies are often unreliable these days; some even take off with all the goods instead of delivering them safely as promised!

2.Pack everything in boxes, don’t leave anything lying around

I’ve been told to tell you that it’s time for a “packing party.” You know what this means.

Get your boxes and start packing up everything in the house – we don’t want anything left lying around!

3.Label all your boxes with what’s inside so you know where to put them when you arrive

Labelling your boxes is a great idea. Good for you!

You labelin’ those things? You’re brilliant mate, that’s the best way to make sure they go back into their rightful place when we get home

4.Take pictures of your furniture before moving it so that you can remember how it looked before the move

If you’re moving house in the near future, remember to take some pictures of your furniture before it’s moved. It’ll help remind you how everything used to look like and offer a picture-perfect reference for when things go wrong or need adjusting!

5.Make sure there is enough space in your new home for all of your belongings- if not, consider renting a storage unit or moving into a smaller place until more room becomes available

It’s so exciting to move into your new home- but don’t forget, you need space for all of your stuff. If there isn’t enough room in your place right now and the idea of a storage unit doesn’t sound appealing then think about moving somewhere smaller until more room becomes available!

You’ve probably been planning this day since forever; it feels surreal that it is finally here! But when you walk through those front doors, make sure there are plenty places for everything. Or else what will happen? You’ll be living out on the street with no one to call family or friends – at least not without some serious help from movers 😀

6.Keep important documents on hand (passports, birth certificates) and take copies of any other documents that are valuable to make sure they’re safe during the move

It’s always good to have your important documents on hand when you’re moving home. If it helps, take copies of any other valuable items as well and keep them in a safe place at all times.

7.Check whether pets will be allowed in both homes- if not, find pet care services or board animals temporarily while you’re away 

I was wondering if you could tell me whether pets will be allowed in both homes- otherwise, I’ll need to find pet care services or board animals while we’re away.

8 . Fill out change-of-address forms as soon as possible after arriving at your new home

Make it your priority to fill out change-of-address forms as soon as you can.

9 . Sort through items once unpacked and discard anything that no longer fits or isn’t needed

Once you’ve unfolded your clothes from the box, take a look and give anything that doesn’t fit or isn’t needed to charity.

10 . Have someone help with heavy lifting

Get a mate to lift it for ya or Have someone help you with heavy lifting.

So there you have it. We’ve gone through everything from how to pack and move your items safely, the best way to get a quote for what things will cost, as well as some tips on planning ahead – which we all know can be tough when moving day is finally here!

Let us give you one last tip: make sure that whatever date works out in terms of timing isn’t part of your lease agreement if at all possible. You don’t want any surprises like having an eviction notice or being banned from returning back into areas where you lived before because their current residents won’t let you come by due to legal reasons with the building/complex owner! If this doesn’t work out for everyone involved then go onto plan