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Recommendations to Make Your Next Move Relaxing


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Recommendations to Make Your Next Move Relaxing

Do you think removals can be relaxing? Most people say no to that question, and in fact, moving is considered to be one of the most stressful events a person can go through. Hi! My name is Carrie, and I hope to change all that. In this blog, I am going to show you how to keep your move organised but also relaxing. A lot of it is just changing your perspective. For example, instead of dreading the act of cleaning a closet, you can see it as a chance to go through your memories. Instead of seeing new places as unfamiliar and daunting, I hope to help you see them as new and exciting. I love moving, and I hope to share some of my affection for it with you. Thanks for reading.

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Tips for Preparing Your Home for a Move

When you call removalists for your move, you may already know a few things about the move. You will know if they will be packing your items or if you will need to pack prior to the move. You will also know if there are any special moving instructions you will need to follow for certain items. For example, the removalists may not handle certain valuables or specific items, leaving those to you. What you may not know are some tips that can help you prepare for the move and make things easier at your new home. Here are a few of those tips.

Clean Throw Rugs and Draperies

If you have throw rugs and draperies, have them professionally cleaned and bagged before the move. The main reason for this is to prevent odours and debris from entering the next home. This is a step you want to take if you have pets or if you smoke in the home. Make sure to have the items professionally cleaned so that stains and pet odours can be removed. The professional service can also store or pack the items so they do not have the chance of coming in contact with the odours or stains directly before or during the move.

Take Pictures of Items

Make sure that you are taking pictures of your rooms and items before you move. This does not mean you need to take pictures of every item. However, taking pictures of your rooms can help you place items easily, especially if you have unpacking help from removalists or if you have others helping with the unpacking process. The pictures will remind you of how the rooms were set up and allow you to recreate those room decor themes at your new home. Pictures can also help with insurance claims if items are damaged during the move.

Remove Donation Items

Make sure that before the removalists arrive you have already weeded out items you no longer want and will be giving for donation. This will help you reduce the items you are moving with and help the removalists to move faster. Try to work room by room by deciding what items you will keep and what items you will have the removalists pack. This step makes sure that you are only taking the items you want and that you are only storing items you want to keep.

By using these tips, you can reduce the chance of clutter and dirt in your new home from the start. If you have any questions about certain preparations for your move, your removalists can help you. They can also help with pricing and with upgrades to your moving service order.