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FURNITURE MOVERS: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO DO BEFORE MOVING

The new house is the dream of many people. Several realize the dream, but face an exhaustive stage: change. It's time to box things up, but where do you start? Do not worry. We created this text to help you organize a change without any problems.

Transport

The first step is to choose a good transport, furniture movers  because it will be this step that will decide in what state your things will arrive in your new home. The points that need to be considered are:

  • Costs - Do not close with the first company you contacted. Research, quote the values ​​of competitors to find a service similar in quality and at the lowest price.
  • Insurance - See if the carrier has insurance, so you don't have to be apprehensive (a) at the time of the move.
  • Packaging - Look for carriers to pack your things, as this saves you from the heavier services.
  • Delivery procedures - See how the procedure proposed by the companies will be, choose the one that suits you best.
  • Complaints - Nowadays, with the internet it is very easy to know the quality of service of the different carriers. Sites like and even on the facebook page you can get a sense of how the same service was done with several people.
  • Date rescheduling - If you are depending on an item to get the keys to the new house, inquire about the rescheduling values, because if the item is not resolved by the scheduled date, you will have to reschedule the change.

 If you and your family are going to pack, you will need some points that will be mentioned here:

  • Boxes and materials - For you to pack your things, you will need to provide some items such as bubble paper, packing tapes, adhesive tapes etc. The boxes you can get from markets, stores or buy them.
  • No newspaper! The newspaper can stain certain objects, so don't take any chances.
  • Pack the heaviest items in smaller boxes and the lighter ones in the larger ones, so it will be easier to load them.
  • Label all the boxes and check what's inside.
  • Prepare a box with the most important things you will need as soon as you arrive with the move.
  • In each box write down which room it is in.
  • Show with an arrow which side is to be down, so you don't risk breaking something fragile.

 A week before

  • Once you have separated and boxed everything you want to go to the new home, eliminate all items that are no longer needed. Ask family members if they are interested in them. If you wish, you can also donate them to institutions in need.
  • Write down the measurements of your new home to ensure the entry of furniture movers and appliances.
  • Make a "clean" in the pantry, dispose of the food that has expired so that they do not take up space in the move and in your new home.
  • Start using frozen foods from the freezer.
  • Create a folder for all the documents you have.
  • Clean up the new house, or hire someone to do it.
  • Cancel all services and utilities in your old home and have them installed in your new home.
  • If you have small children, or pets, arrange for a person to look after you on the day of the move.
  • Provide the person in charge of the move with a plan of the new property, so that he knows where each room is when he arrives with the move.
  • Set aside towels and bedding for the first few days in the new home.
  • Contact the post office and redirect your mail to your new home.

3-day period before moving

  • Provide a large amount of cleaning products and materials as you will need to clean everything on the day of the furniture movers.
  • Start making a first aid box with medicines you may need these days.
  • See the space that the moving truck will park in the two residences.
  • Confirm with the team that will make the change if they have the right addresses and a way to contact you, as well as the cell phone number, email, etc ...
  • Keep the most valuable items separate to take with you.
  • Defrost and empty your refrigerator the day before the move.

Moving Day

  • Stay where the truck will stop, so that you can give instructions on loading the furniture.
  • Try to have as few visits as possible, many people just get in the way;
  • Turn off the circuit breaker in the old house, take all the keys and do an inspection to see if you are not forgetting anything.
  • Have a blueprint of the new house ready for you to follow the destinations where the furniture will be placed.

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