Tips To Save You Time and Energy When Moving House

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Moving to a new home can be a very stressful process. There are many things to consider in all stages of moving, and when the big day approaches, you'll have a whole list of chores that need to be taken care of. Many things need to be done while you're carrying on with your everyday life at the same time. You're also without the stability that a permanent home offers during this time, adding up to one very stressful experience. To make your move as quick and hassle-free as possible, there are a few things you can think about regarding your furniture.


If you have a lot of unnecessary items, moving is the ideal event to help you get rid of things you don't need anymore. One idea is to use the 'one-year rule'. Make a list of the things you haven't used in the past twelve months, and then you can decide which listed items to throw away. Also, when you're in doubt, throw it out. If you haven't touched them during a full year, it's likely you won't use them in the years to come either. With fewer things to move, the move will become easier.

Find the right removal company

The most time-saving thing you can do is to hire the right furniture removal company. Hiring one with a packing service, for example, can save you a lot of time and worry about packing your belongings. Technology and awkward pieces of furniture are examples of articles that have a special need to be packed properly to not be damaged. Getting a company to do it professionally can protect your belongings from the wear caused by transportation, and also save you a lot of work. They usually have different packing solutions for different items to make sure everything is as protected as they can be.

Keep your car free of things

 If you're moving a long distance, remember to keep your car as free from things as possible, as you will be locked up in it for quite some time. This is especially important if you're moving with pets or children. You don't want them to be crammed in the car between furniture and utensils with little room to move. Leave it to the moving company to take all the things you need in your home. If you're worried about complications, you can bring blankets, basic hygiene articles and an extra change of clothes, in the worst-case scenario that you would arrive long before your furniture. Also, make sure to bring food and water for the entire ride. 

For more information, contact your local removalists.