Your “to do” moving list

Checklist when moving to another state

If you are going to move to your new home soon, you are probably stressed and not capable of thinking clearly. There is too much stuff to do, and you are about to make a “to-do” list to ease each of your steps. The first thing is searching for a professional company that will relocate your property to another place. Trico Long Distance Movers is the moving company you can rely on. We are familiar with all the rules regarding long-distance moves and have much experience in it. Contact us to gather all the information you need. We have also prepared a list of things for you, which is good to consider when you start planning your move. You may think that such a list is a waste of time since you never know if it is productive. That’s why it doesn’t have to be too long at the start and has to include the basis. Read the following suggestions to know what has to be done.

Hire a moving company

As we have already mentioned, it should be your first step to schedule your moving date and get all the information you need. Then ask for a free moving estimate, gather the info about the insurance, and create a binder with all the paperwork, such as a copy of the contract. Trico Long Distance Movers is one of the most reputable moving companies in the moving industry.

Classify the things in your old home

Choose what items you are going to relocate, separate the things for a garage sale, and give to charity all of them which are left after the sale. There may be some items which you can give your friends or family, such as some books, pictures or the appliances and furniture that you don’t need in your new home.

Prepare the boxes and supplying material

Think of the things that you will need for packing. First of all, you should have boxes in different sizes, wrapping paper, tapes, and markers or colored stickers to label each box. You could have markers or stickers in one color for each room. That way, you will know that the stuff inside the box was in a particular place in your previous house. Have an open box, named a “first-night” box where you will put all the necessities, necessary for the first day, such as first-aid kit, a tool kit, some cutlery, paper plates and cups, towels, pajamas and toiletries, toilet paper, etc.

Collect all the records and other important papers

 This monitor enables you to watch your baby at any time, control the quality of air in the baby’s room, all sounds and motions. It also includes video resolution with night vision.

 Trico Long Distance Movers has offered you some advice concerning your move. We sincerely hope our tips will be helpful to you. We are looking forward to hearing from you soon.