Organizing a home is the key to a perfect move. Putting everything in boxes (properly) is most common, but one of the best options people miss out on is stacking the boxes in the room they will belong at in the new home. Yes, labeling boxes is a smart move, but this does a person no good if they can’t find the box easily. Boxes can be classified by books, clothing, food, personal care products or cleaning items. If breaking glass isn’t your thing, make sure to label the boxes “very fragile” or “handle with care”. Ready to Move LLC can assist with this part of the process.
From the time the movers enter a home until the last box is delivered at the new address, it is important they have enough room to maneuver in and out of both houses. Leave space between boxes and furniture so that workers can move in and out quickly and without any problems. To avoid problems when removing larger kitchen appliances or furniture, remove doors from their hinges. Many movers will do this for you if asked.
If a person decides to move on their own, he or she can always rent a van or truck themselves. There are several companies that rent commercial vehicles for a couple of days. It is imperative that people make sure that everything is packed and ready to move before renting a vehicle. A lot of money is spent on the Ready to Move LLC staff, which means that the best economic move would be to ask friends, family, and/or neighbors to help. But beware, most friends and family will not provide guarantees when moving items.
An observer is a person who ensures that furniture or other objects do not hit a wall, frame, door, etc. This person is quite useful both to protect the integrity of the people who are carrying boxes and the integrity of the property. A big mistake is to think that a move can be made in multiple trips. Actually, it is more cost-effective to move everything the first time. Contact Ready to Move LLC for more details.