Moving can be stressful especially when you have a lot to move. The more you have to move, the more you have to keep track of. Ever had a pot go missing after a big move? What about your favorite shirt, or even worse, an important document? What do you do when you show up to your new home and items are missing? Well, at that point you may be out of luck, and at RNR Moving we know that’s definitely not what you want to hear after moving. So before you gear up for the big move, take a peek at these organizational tips that’ll save you a lot of stress.
- Creating a moving binder – Create your binder a month or two before the big move and create sections labeled: checklist, utilities, loan documents, receipts, etc. HGTV.com suggests this binder could save you a lot of time, energy and possibly money by helping you stay organized.
- Create a schedule – Create a timeline giving yourself due dates of everything that needs to be done, before the move. Include things such as, calling the electricity company, obtaining homeowner’s insurance and, of course, cable and internet. Creating this schedule will ensure that your first day in your new home is cozy.
- Call RNR Moving – Next, call the movers, and who else would you call other than RNR Moving? Whether you’re moving down the road or long-distance, RNR Moving provides you with licensed and insured movers that provide excellent customer service. These guys treat everything like an antique and everyone like a friend. By calling RNR Moving you won’t have to lift a finger. Our guys will move you out of your place and into your new home in no time.
Following these three simple tips can save you a lot of time and frustration during a long distance move by keeping you organized and ready for the trip ahead.
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