15 Tips How to Prepare for a Move: The Ultimate Guide

#moving #preparingtomove #hiringprofessionalmovers

15 Tips How to Prepare for a Move: The Ultimate Guide

Hire us (Burnaby Movers) for your next move https://www.facebook.com/yourmovingpros

How to Prepare for a Move

This article will help you prepare for your move. It can be overwhelming to think of all the things that you have to do when moving. We’re here to help, so don’t worry.

You can cross off all of your tasks with the right planning and preparation and still be able to relax and take your mind off the task at hand. We have put together the ultimate guide to help you prepare for your move.

This guide will help you be prepared for your move and make it easy to settle into your new home.

Let’s get started.

Get Organized When Preparing for your Move

You need to be organized if you want to make a move as smooth and efficient as possible.

It can be easy for things to go wrong when you consider all the planning, coordination, filing, and filing that will need to happen over the next few months.

These tips will help you stay organized

Create a moving folder by buying a binder.

You will need to first buy a notebook/binder or make a “moving file” on your computer.

You’ll be able to organize your moving schedule, keep track of all your paperwork, and have somewhere to store it.

You will need to organize your moving documents, receipts, contracts, and invoices.

Also, gather any personal documents such as passports, social security cards, etc. Passport, social security card, and all financial documents related to your new home (think: mortgage/loan agreement/lease).

Download the ultimate moving checklist

A checklist is essential for anyone moving, whether they are moving in for the first or 20th time. Once you have a checklist, you can begin to build your timeline. It is a good idea to plan your move in weekly intervals, such as 8 weeks, 4 weeks, 2 weeks, etc. This allows you to break down your move into manageable projects.

Take inventory

Make a list of all your belongings, and calculate the cost of your move. This is an important step. Make sure you have accounted for all your belongings. This inventory list can be used to hire a moving company or when looking for insurance.

Your moving budget

Before we move on, let’s make a budget. Make sure you include all your moving expenses and the amount of money needed for repairs or furniture. Keep a copy of any moving expenses, and keep them safe in your handy moving folder.

You can schedule ‘your’ time

Preparing for a move means being prepared for any upheaval. Even if you have planned your commute and found the best time to move, life happens. You can expect things to get messy, so make sure you have time every week for yourself. Take a shower, use the sauna, or do some exercise to take care of your skin.

Making Important Move-Preparing Decisions
Preparing for a move is a complex task. Make your life easier by knowing the answers to these questions. You’ll be prepared and informed for the big day. These are some key questions you should ask when preparing for your move:

Do I need to hire someone else to pack my stuff?

Do I plan to hire a moving company?

Do I plan to ship my car?

Can I buy moving insurance?

Which type of moving boxes should I choose: new or recycled boxes, plastic bins, or both?

These questions will help you be organized and ensure that you have enough time to complete them before you move.

Hire us (Burnaby Movers) for your next move https://www.facebook.com/yourmovingpros

movingcompany

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.