In the eight weeks leading up to your move, we recommend taking steps to prepare for the move. The week 8 is when you should start getting organized. Consider moving options in order to figure out which one is best for you. Seek advice from family members or acquaintances. In order to help you organize create a list of tasks to be accomplished e.g.
Set up mail forwarding (notify USPS, banks, and credit cards of the new address) scheduling a service shutdown with your utility companies Getting the school’s records, if there are children in your household Obtaining documents from your physician Setting up utilities at your new residence Notifying the owner of the property of your change and asking what time to get the security deposit. garage sale or a move firm Getting packing materials (e.g. box, bubble wrap blanketsand tapes)
An organized checklist will help you keep track of your tasks and ensure accountability during your relocation. You will have enough time to finish your task and won’t have to rush by starting with eight weeks before your moving date. On your list when you intend to complete an activity. As an example, you might book a mover at least five to four weeks prior to your relocation.
You have four weeks to put together all the important items. It will be easier to take your time unpacking if you adhere to a particular packing guidelines. Moving around your home as you take inventory of your notable and valuable belongings. This is useful not only for moving and unpacking purposes and packing, but also to help homeowners or renters with insurance as well as police reports filed to report if your home is damaged or lost.
Room by room, and pack like items together. Every box must be identified by its contents , as well as the room where they reside. Label fragile items with a label. A box with