Finding a buyer for your home – and subsequently arranging a moving date to your new property – is just the beginning. Once you’re committed to the move, it’s time to start building your removal plan. How much of your belongings are you taking with you? Have you looked around for a reputable moving company? Who will take care of the packing? This last question can be quite the debate, and it’s this part of the move we’ll be focusing on in this article.
No matter how far along you are in the removals process, you’re going to need a plan when it comes to packing. Sorting all of your belongings and getting them ready for the move often proves the most stressful and laborious part of any house move. To make sure you’re prepared for the job, we’ve put together these five top tips.
For many people, moving day can be a totally stressful and rather unpleasant experience, especially if you’re planning to carry out the move on your own merit. One helpful way to make the whole process that much easier to handle, is packing up your very own moving day survival kit.
Unpacking properly in your new home is important if you want to remain organised, tidy and above all, if you want to avoid any additional stresses. Take a look at our top house unpacking tips to help you focus your unpacking.
Whether your move is months away, or you’re within 24 hours of the mammoth task, the key is to organise yourself and your possessions. While you might not feel like there is much you can do aside from boxing bits and pieces up, there are plenty of ways to cut down on the stress, lighten your load and making moving house a doddle.
The lead guy ran a tight ship. Instructed everyone and minimised bumps, scratches, scuffing etc. etc. The team were friendly and polite and they kept the pace up. Very happy overall with the experience.