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Helpful Tips When Moving
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Making an Essentials Box
Having the items you use on a daily basis at hand will help reduce any unneeded searching during moving day.
Organization is key in unloading your items in their proper place.
Informing People about Your Move
Make sure to notify your contacts of your move, including the postal service.
Using the Correct Packing Materials
Best to overestimate what you’ll need and to invest in quality materials.
And most importantly, remember to call DISH to bring your service with you!
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The essentials box didn’t earn its name for nothing – it really is an important part of your move. Of all the things people forget when moving house, this is probably the most annoying and will cause you the most inconvenience on the day. The best way to start deciding what should be in yours is to think about all of the items you use on a daily basis that you will want access to straight away at your new house, as well as items that will speed up your unpacking process or those that you can grab in case of an emergency.
Labeling boxes properly is actually one of the top things people forget when moving house - yet one of the most important! Always label your boxes in marker pen with the name of the room they are to be put in when unloading. Mark any box containing fragile items clearly as this will ensure the crew take extra care when loading and unloading it from the truck, and mark anything that’s got priority items in it with a number so that it gets unpacked first.
As soon as you get your move date confirmed, start letting people know. Remember to go through all utility providers, creditors, the bank, doctors, your place of work and anywhere else that you correspond with regularly and inform them of your new address.
Make sure to buy the appropriate quantity (best to overestimate!) and appropriate quality packing materials (i.e. don’t use fruit boxes from the local supermarket!) you can buy your boxes and packing paper from a removal company – not only will they be sturdy enough to withstand the move, but some even offer second hand boxes which will lower the cost.
Always work out what you will be needing to keep on your person well in advance of your move day. This could be simple things like a change of clothes, toilet rolls, a wash bag and towels, phone chargers and some food, or more important things like passports, jewelry, laptops and travel documentation. Make a list of the things you’ll need immediate access to at your new house and when it comes to packing this stuff, put it in a completely separate bag or box and keep it in the car or a clearly identified separate area.