Published July 6, 2014
Not allowing enough time for packing— This is a recipe for moving disaster. If you don’t allow enough time to pack, you will find yourself in a mad rush trying to get everything packed for the movers. This leads to sloppy packing and increases the chances that your items will arrive at your new location damaged. Avoid this by allowing 5 hours minimum to pack each room of your home. Begin with the most cluttered rooms first and get them out of the way.
Published June 28, 2014
CERTIFIED MOVING BOXES
Published June 21, 2014
Moving starts with one box, one room at a time. If you break your home down by room, not only will your move be easier, but it will be better organized when you arrive at your new destination. It’s much easier to view the task at hand, one room at a time rather than considering your entire house. That can be a daunting task that would overwhelm anyone. These tips will help you pack that first box and get you on the road to being ready when your movers arrive.
To pack efficiently, you need room to work. Grab a folding table if you have one. You can use this in each room as a working area. Gather your boxes and packing materials together. Decide which room to tackle first and set up your table in the middle of the room. Place your packing materials nearby. Pick a starting point. If there’s an item you are thinking will be difficult to pack, start with that and get it out of your way. Work your way around the room in a clockwise direction. It won’t be long until you begin to see your progress.
Published June 17, 2014
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