1. Get Estimates & Choose Moving Services
Contact local movers for estimates. We encourage you to shop around, but confident you’ll appreciate our customer service and budget-friendly moving services! Decide if you’ll be packing yourself, utilizing a packing service or a tear-down/setup service.
2. Prepare For A New Address
Notify your post office, DMV, health service providers, employers, religious organizations, utility providers, friends, family along with newspapers/periodicals of the date of your move and your new address.
3. Prepare For Necessities On Moving Day
On moving day, all of your belongings will probably be in boxes, and you may be directing your movers on where to place furniture. That means you’ll need to plan your meals for the day, but you’ll also need to make sure you have child care and/or a pet sitter lined up so you can concentrate!
You’ll also want to ensure your new address doesn’t require specific parking permits for yourself or the moving vehicles. If you’re moving an office you may need to reserve a loading dock or elevator, which may also apply to those moving into or out of an apartment.
4. If You’re Packing Yourself
Start early by packing up loose items in drawers and putting away and carefully packing valuables and fragile pieces. If you need help procuring packing materials, let us know.
Mark boxes with a room name or abbreviation, such as DR for dining room or MBR for master bedroom. Consolidate boxes for certain rooms together, and keep fragile items in a separate group. Note any furniture which is fragile or has been damaged so moving services avoid putting stress on those parts. Also separate any items you’ll be leaving behind, or which need disposing of. If needed, we can remove any leftover debris you choose.