Five Millennial-Friendly Moving Tips

Moving to a new homeBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Indeed, you're seriously adulting now--managing your 1st move without the advantages of parental castoffs or finances. The very first thing you may have discovered regarding gathering up things and relocating is that the bills add up fast. The next thing tends to be that it requires insane organizational capabilities to move everything you possess from origin to destination without mistaking your X-Box box for the Ninja box.
 

Make Use of Your Tech for Good

There are lots of apps to aid you to manage a move--they could keep track of everything from your packing (keep pics with the items you place in each box) to establishing utilities (major life skill) to hiring a moving company in Houston. You will be able to share the details with roommates or family so everyone is certainly on the same page.

Low-Tech Still Rules for Moving

All the amusing apps on this planet can't replace old-fashioned cardboard boxes as well as packing tape. Here is a moving tip that you're going to take advantage of for the rest of your life--buy small cardboard boxes. For sure, you can get a lot more stuff in a large carton, however they get quite heavy very quickly. A good amount of small cartons will be more effective than a few huge ones.

So, you will need boxes, tape (spring for the tape gun), some newsprint or bubble wrap for padding, and markers. For anyone who is extremely organized, feel free to use color coded markers for the boxes, but most people are happy with a black wide-tip Sharpie.

One larger box that is certainly worth buying is a wardrobe box--a heavy duty box which has a metal hanging bar at the top. You are able to stow your hanging attire in this box and not concern yourself with wrinkles and dry cleaning as you unpack.

Allow Sufficient time

Recollect when you were enrolled in college and could load up and move to a different apartment (or room in the frat house) within a few hours? Forget about that. Right now you may have pieces of furniture, electronics, paddle boards, and all sorts of things which you used to put in your parent's attic. Not to mention your guitar collection. Have a few weeks at minimum to pack up for your move--the further you are going, the more amount of time you will require.

A great general guideline is one or two days for each room--you may pack up a studio apartment a lot faster than you could a two-bedroom condo. Toss everything you never use or will not need--donate it, give it away or trash it.

Recognize Your Limitations

Indeed, you are youthful and capable to tackle the world, but you may still require professional movers, especially if you have stuff like a motorcycle or a golf cart. If you are moving a good distance and flying to your new home, you will also need to move your car or truck. Professional movers in Houston will be able to pack and move ALL your stuff for you, and you do not need to concern yourself with it not arriving there successfully.

If it is at all within your funds, you should consider hiring a professional moving company in Houston for your move. If you happen to be transferring for a job, your moving package likely provides this benefit, so absolutely take advantage of it.

Take a Selfie

Little is actually legitimate until it is a story on social media, so be sure to take a pic the moment you'll be in your new home. As a professional mover in Houston, we are here to perform the tough work for you and will possibly join you in the selfie, if you’d like. Contact us for details on our services, selfies are free.

 

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