Moving has got to be one of the most stressful times I've ever experienced. Packing, cleaning, trying to remember everything. It is definitely not something I enjoyed doing, but the end result was well worth it.
Moving into our first home was a proud moment. Whether you are moving across the country, or just around the corner, there are some things you could do to make the job less stressful. And let us face it, the less stress and hassle, the happier you will be when you finally get to your destination. Here are some tips to help you make the move. 1. Make a list You will be glad you did! Use a spiral notebook to keep track of all the boxes.
Assign each box a letter that corresponds with the letter in your notebook. List contents in each box. Label each box clearly and precisely. "Red dishes" is better than "Miscellaneous Kitchen". 2. Have plenty of supplies You will need lots of boxes, tape, markers, packing material, etc.
Get more than you think you will need. If you run out of something in the middle of packing, you would not be happy, and you will waste time running around trying to buy more supplies. You can always take back, or get rid of, extra supplies after the move. 3.
Utilize and strategize wardrobe boxes Moving Services are happy to deliver boxes ahead of moving day. Find out how big the wardrobe boxes are and measure the clothes in your closets (including coat closets) and find out how many boxes you will need. You can also use wardrobe boxes to pack bulky items like comforters, blankets, and pillows. Do not pack them too heavy, though.
4. Color coordinate Assign a color for each room of the house and put a sticker beside each box letter so you will know which room of the house the box goes at a glance. 5. Pack ahead Toronto Movers, Miracle Movers, encourages you to do as much as possible before moving day. Even though your moving company may be a full service moving company, you can save yourself a lot of money and time by packing things ahead of time and being organized.
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