Five Millennial-Friendly Moving Tips

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

So, you're really adulting now--organizing your very first move devoid of the benefits of parental castoffs or finances. The initial thing maybe you have found about gathering up things and relocating might be that the expenditures build up quickly. The second thing tends to be that it will take crazy organizational capabilities to get the things you have from here to there without mistaking your X-Box box for the Ninja box.
 

Make Use of Technology for Good

You will find lots of apps to aid you to organize a move--they will plan everything from your packing (store photographs of what you put in each box) to setting up utilities (big life skill) to choosing a moving company in Austin. You might share the info with roommates or relatives so everybody is continually informed.

Low-Tech Even Now Rules for Moving

All the amusing apps in the world won't be able to replace old-fashioned cartons as well as packing tape. This is a moving hint that you're going to benefit from for the rest of your life--get small cartons. Of course, you can get more stuff in a sizeable box, however they get overweight very quickly. A good amount of small cartons tend to be more useful than a few giant ones.

So, you'll need cardboard boxes, tape (spring for the tape gun), some newsprint or bubble wrap for shock absorption, and markers. If you are extremely structured, you may use color coded markers for your cartons, but most folks are satisfied with a black wide-tip Sharpie.

One good sized box that is certainly worth buying is a wardrobe box--a heavy duty carton which has a metal hanging bar across the top. You can store your hanging clothes in this box and not be worried about wrinkles and dry cleaning as you unpack.

Allow Yourself Plenty of Time

Recall when you were attending college and could pack up and move to another apartment (or room in the frat house) during a few hours? Forget about that. Today you have home furnishings, gadgets, canoes, as well as the items that you always keep in your parent's basement. Not to mention your t-shirt collection. Allow yourself a few weeks at the least to pack up for your move--the further you're going, the longer time you will need.

An excellent principle is a couple of days for every room--you may pack up a studio apartment a lot faster than you'll be able to a two-bedroom condominium. Chuck everything you never use or do not need--donate it, give it away or perhaps trash it.

Realize Your Limitations

Sure, you are youthful and capable to undertake the world, nevertheless you may still need professional movers, especially if you have stuff like a motorcycle or a snow mobile. When you are moving a lengthy distance and flying to your new residence, you'll also need to move your car or truck. Professional movers in Austin can pack and move ALL your belongings for you, and you will not have to concern yourself with it not arriving there in one piece.

If it is at all within your funds, you should consider employing a professional moving company in Austin for the move. If you happen to be moving for employment, your relocation package perhaps includes this perk, so certainly take advantage of it.

Take a Selfie

Few things are ever real until it is a story on social media, therefore be sure to take a pic as soon as you are in your new residence. Being a professional mover in Austin, we are here to undertake the tough work for you and will also join you in the selfie, if you’d like. Call for information on our services, selfies are free.

 

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