a close look at your current home and decide what you are taking and what you
are not. Think of the best way to dispose of the things you don't want to take.
- Have a garage sale to get rid of
the furnishings you won't be taking with you.
the rest to charity, making sure you get receipts for your donations.
to arrange the move to take place during the slower time of the month. a higher
percentage of moves take place at the end of the month.
will move you?
who will move you you must consider three things; Can you physically handle the
move? Will you have enough help? Will you have enough time to complete the move
Find out if your homeowners insurance will cover you if there
is an accident
When choosing a moving company, make sure they have adequate
bonding and insurance, and get references.
- Combine items that go
- Pack heavier items in
smaller, heavy duty boxes
each item as they go into boxes
mark their destination on top and the side of the box
and pack family records separately, including medical and tax records, school
records and all family memorabilia.
utilities and others before your move.
- Water company
- Phone and cable companies
- Long distance phone company
- Magazine subscriptions
and record clubs
- Post Office
- Notify your insurance
company; Life, health, auto
to do before your move.
and defrost your freezer.
carpets before moving.
- Plan for
moving your pets and plants (some states will not let you take plants across state
- Double check closets, drawers,
and shelving to make sure they are empty.
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