How Should I Prepare for the Moving Day ?

How Should I Prepare for the Moving Day ?

What Should I Pack first When Moving?

Two Weeks before Moving

Inform gas, electric, water, cable, local telephone and trash removal services of your move. Sign up for services at your new address.
Inform long distance phone company of your move. Sign up for long distance service at your new address.
Recruit moving-day help.
Confirm travel reservation.
Arrange to close or transfer your bank account, if appropriate.
The Day before Moving
Set aside moving materials like a tape measure, pocket knife, packing boxes, tape and markers.
Pick up rental truck.
Check oil and gas in your car.
If travelling, make sure you have tickets, charge cards, and other essentials.

What do I need to do before I move?

What to do a Week Before You Move ?
What to do a Week Before You Move ?

Two Weeks before Moving

Inform gas, electric, water, cable, local telephone and trash removal services of your move. Sign up for services at your new address.
Inform long distance phone company of your move. Sign up for long distance service at your new address.
Recruit moving-day help.
Confirm travel reservation.
Arrange to close or transfer your bank account, if appropriate.
The Day before Moving
Set aside moving materials like a tape measure, pocket knife, packing boxes, tape and markers.
Pick up rental truck.
Check oil and gas in your car.
If travelling, make sure you have tickets, charge cards, and other essentials.

Packing Tips

Keep the following supplies and accessories on hand
Boxes, all sizes
Bubble wrap or other cushioning material
Marking pens
Tape measure
Furniture pads or old blankets
Packing tape and scissors
Money and credit cards
Label each box with the room in the new home to which it should be delivered.
Number the boxes and keep a list of what is in each box.
Clearly mark fragile items.
Pack a bag of personal items you’ll need during the move (change of clothes, toiletries, medicine, maps, food, and drinks). Keep it in an easy-to-find place when you pack.
Keep a medical kit accessible.
If you have children, pack a bag of games and activities for the trip.

After your Move:

Locate police and fire stations as well as hospitals and gas stations near your home.
Scout your new neighbourhood for shopping areas. You may need furniture, tools, or house wares unexpectedly.
Call the Department of Sanitation in your new town to find out which day the trash is collected. Also ask whether your new community has recycling programs.
Seek out new service providers such as a bank, cleaners, veterinarian.
Call your Chamber of Commerce for helpful information on: Schools, Cable service, Cultural events and community activities, Libraries and parks, and Availability of emergency calling services, such as 999
Provide your new doctor and dentist with your medical history. You may need to request your file from your previous doctor/dentist.
Transfer insurance policies to an agent in your new community. You may also wish to make a detailed list of your belongings, their value, and your coverage.
Give your new home a good cleaning.
Moving can be stressful. Watch for effects on family members and pets so you can give comfort and a helping hand.

Relocation Planning

Professional managers can help with the planning of your relocation. With not only the technical aspects but also logistics. Preventing and solving unexpected problems and insecurities is also a very important task. The managers are a personal contact for your questions and needs, and assist you with all the planning that is involved in your relocation.
Most of the companies on this website can provide you a personal contact or easy ways to be informed through internet or e-mail.

Relocation Family Guidance

Informing and preparing your children and relatives about moving is a very important task, which should not be underrated. The companies we provide are experienced in providing all sorts of material and help such as counceling, books, games and videos that help your children get used to the idea of moving and hopefully even experience it as an adventure!

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