Moving, even to a new neighborhood, maybe quite overwhelming. But there are tips which will help you not only make a relocation quick and accurate but also adjust to your new place after arrival! Write them down to your new notebook, it’s the first tip to plan your move.
It’s a nice way to get rid of things you don’t use! Try to find time for a revision of your belongings in advance and you will thank yourself after. Make a list of things or furniture you won’t transfer and rather donate or give your relatives or just throw as it’s easier to buy a new one at your new location.
2. Special boxes for special cases
Think about what kind of things you will need on the first day of relocation and put them to a separate box. It will help you avoid long searches in all the boxes you’ve got! Mark this box as ‘load last, open first’ and it will make your day when you arrive!
Another special box you might want to find easily is a Documents box… so simple, right? Better to sort it first and throw away all the outdated papers you don’t need and it’s a waste of space to carry them into a new place.
Last but not least is a box for all your valuables. You want to make sure all of them are safe so you might need a bubble wrap if it’s something fragile.
3. Avoid big purchases a month before your relocation
It also refers to groceries, try to cut it as much as possible if you don’t want to give space also for food. You can use this time for exploring some new restaurants you never had time to visit.
4. Chose a moving company
That’s what you need if you value your time and safety. Call our team of experts Chicago Cheap Movers and we will take care of transferring your belongings. And if you don’t want to count kilometers of tape you may want to order a packing service.
5. Explore the new area
It will help you adapt to the new place faster so you could start exploring your new neighborhood in advance. Check your bank’s location, commuting time to work and a nice place for brunch on the first weekend, it will make you feel familiar with the new place.