Cheap Removalists Melbourne: Things to do before a moving day
OK, friends. Here’s the part-2 of “ Cheap Removalists Melbourne: Things to do before a moving day.” In the last article, I stopped with “Things to do (4-6 weeks prior)” point 3. Let’s begin with point 4 so.
4) Packing time: Well, it may be a bit too early to pack the stuff, but some things are there to pack. How about the items in you back garden shelter and attic? You don’t use them quite often do you? So, why don’t you pack them in advance to lower last minute stress? Keep all your moving documents in a file. You may also have clothes that you don’t wear often. What items go into the temporary storage.
Here’s your best time to prepare a floor plan for your new home. Get your wife to help you. Well, if you have teen-aged children, get their ideas too. No need to hurry, take your time to prepare the floor plan. It can be a relaxing table chat with your family. You have hired Cheap Removalists Melbourne, so no worries about getting items into your new home.
Do have pets? Plan where you will be keeping your dog until the relocation completed. You have items to transport yourself (jewelry, money, and so on.)
5) Your new home: You will have to find new schools for your kids (do this in advance.) If you need to board your pets until the relocation, here’s the time to book. What is the condition of your new home? It’s the best time to do any repairs. How about the parking and vehicle access? If the mover’s truck is too big for the gates, inform them early so they can plan what to do. How about electricity, water, the Internet, and gas? If it’s an old house, get an inspector to determine the condition of insulation. You may need to clear up the garden. Now you see, many things are there to do. So, don’t wait until the last minute.
Are you excited? The moving day is just 3 weeks ahead. So far I gave tips on what to do 4-6 weeks before a moving date. Now let’s see what you have to do 2-3 weeks before. Let’s begin with point 1 again.
1) Start packing: Let me tell you something very important. When I say “Start packing,” I only refer the items that you can pack yourself. You can pack items like cutlery, clothes, shoes, and so on. You hired Cheap Removalists Melbourne to save your time and money. So, how about the fragile items? How about your antique table? Framed photos. I recommend you to avoid packing fragile items yourself. Let the professionals do it for you. A single scratch on your antique table would diminish its real value.
For the non-fragile items, you can use blankets, cardboard, newspapers, and so on. Name the boxes according to what’s in it. Don’t overfill the boxes.
Pack heavy items in small boxes and light ones in big boxes. Well, you don’t have to worry about the weight of the boxes as the Cheap Removalists Melbourne staff have a lot of muscle power. If you have any small furniture to dismantle, you can give a try. Always leave the heavy furniture to the professionals. Keep the nuts and bolts in a safe place.
Great. I am going to stop at this point. Will meet with part-3 again.