If you can be flexible about when you move, don’t waith until the summer. Also, the first and last days of the month are extra busy. Specify the exact date you want to move and when it will be convenient for an agent to visually survey your household and prepare an estimate.
Check from attic to basement and determine what will be moved and what will be discarded. Show your agent everything you will be moving.
Start collecting suitable containers and packing materials.Set packing goals and deadlines. Have all packing complete by moving day.
Provide them with a forwarding address (temporary or permanent). Click here to notify the U.S. Postal Service of your move.
Find out what portion of your moving expenses will be paid by the company.If your company has a written moving policy, ask for a copy.
Such as cleaning fluids, aerosol cans, fireworks and matches. Drain the fuel from your power mower and other machinery. Discard partly used containers of any substance that may leak. Empty the water from your steam iron.
To verify their value. Don’t wax or oil wood furniture before moving, because some products may soften the wood, making it vulnerable to imprinting from furniture pads.
Such as television sets, home computers, stereos, etc. 24 hours in advance of a move so they will be at room temperature on moving day. Moving a TV set and other electronic equipment in which heat is still retained could cause internal damage.
Before your things are packed and loaded, please take some tiem to look over the items that we cannot put on a truck or in a container. Hazardous and perishable materials are not allowed, and we recommend that you keep sentimental or personally important items with you.