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4 Simple Rules For A Stress Free Move

Moving is one of the most stressful things that you’re ever going to do. The whole process of choosing and buying the perfect home takes a long time but moving is the worst part for a lot of people. There are so many tiny details to organize, and you always underestimate how much stuff needs to be packed up and moved. Follow these simple rules to make your move stress-free. 

Start Early 

This is by far the most important rule and its one that easy to break. You may not think that it will take very long to pack up your house, but there’s always more stuff than you think. Start early and do an hour or two of packing each day to spread it out. Start with the things that you don’t really use that often and do the essentials last. Before you know it, it will all be done with plenty of time to spare. 

Declutter Your House 

You can make life a lot easier for yourself if you don’t have as many things to pack up. We collect lots of stuff over the years that we don't really need. So why move it? If you declutter the house before you move, it will make it a lot easier to pack and move all of your things. Go through everything as you pack it and be honest with yourself about whether you actually need to keep it or not. 

Pick The Right Moving Company 

If you pick a reliable, experienced moving company, they will take care of everything for you, and you'll have less worry. Going with the cheapest moving company that you can find could end up with careless service or the potential for things to go wrong along the way. Find an experienced company like Bekins Moving Solution, for example. Shop around and get a few quotes as well, and always check the reviews before you book a company so you can make sure that they’re reliable. 

Do Renovations Before The Move 

If your new home needs some work, it’s best to start doing the renovations before you move in. If it’s only a few small changes like painting, it won't matter that much. But, if you are doing extensive work on the house, you will be living in a construction zone. If you have the option of staying in your current home until the renovations are finished, you should. 

As long as you stick to these rules, your move doesn’t have to be stressful, and you can focus on enjoying your new home.

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