Tips for a Hassle Free Move

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Tips to Make Your Move Less of a Hassle:

  1. The process of packing is a perfect time to cut back on your possessions. Make separate areas for items to be discarded, sold, or donated.
  2. You’ll never remember what’s in each box. Whether you pack them or have help, label each box and color-code them by room.
  3. Get a change of address kit from your local post office or do this process online (click here).
  4. Have the outside door locks on your new home changed and the garage door opener reprogrammed.
  5. Get referrals from your doctors, dentists, and veterinarians to new providers near your new home. Bring your files with you instead of hoping or waiting for them to be sent.
  6. Pack a ‘first night’ box that contains everything you’ll need for the first night in your new home. Remember to include bedding, cookware, utensils, toiletries, and anything you consider essential and can’t do without until you are unpacked.

If you’d like additional tips or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to call or email me!

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