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Moving House – The Easy Way!

Moving House – The Easy Way!

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Moving house can be a stressful experience, and probably the most difficult and time-consuming part of the ordeal is packing up all your belongings. The process can seem overwhelming, but there are several important steps you can take to make sure everything goes smoothly…

#1 Give Yourself Plenty of Time

It’s never too early to begin packing. If you break up the job into many smaller parts, it will seem much easier, and the more time you give yourself the less stress you will experience. First, gather up all the boxes and packing materials you will need. Then try focusing on one room at a time. If you give yourself a couple of days for each room you can afford to work at a leisurely rate. Instead of rushing through the job in the days leading up to your move, you can work for one or two hours each day, and then take the time to relax in the evening. You will feel much better for it.

#2 Get Rid of Things You Don’t Need

Moving house is the perfect time to get rid of possessions you don’t need. Most of us accumulate a lot of superfluous belongings, especially if we’ve been living in one place for a long time. You’ll be going through all your possessions anyway, so take the time to discard anything you think you can live without. An uncluttered life is a lot less stressful, and the move will be easier if you have fewer things to pack and transport.

#3 Label Everything

After you have filled up a box, label it. Use permanent marker, and give the box a title in bold letters. Add subheadings underneath detailing exactly what’s inside. Try using different coloured markers and colour code boxes according to what room they’re from. This will make the unpacking process much easier after you move, and will ensure that you don’t find yourself desperately searching through box after box for a corkscrew, for example. After the boxes are sealed and labelled, stack them up against one wall of the room, out of the way of foot traffic and furniture.

#4 Arrange for Storage

Some people find it stressful to have their house cluttered up with boxes. Other people have to move out before their new home is ready for them. If you find yourself in either of these positions, you can arrange for your belongings to be stored during the interim. Fortunately, many companies specialising in house removals also offer storage services. You should find a professional, reputable storage company within the London area to see if they can accommodate you. Most companies will pick up your belongings for storage, and then transport them to your new home when you’re ready to make the move.

#5 Hire a Home Removals Firm

One of the simplest steps you can take to make your move as easy as possible is to hire a competent home removals firm. Having a professional company take care of transporting your furniture and belongings will take a weight off your mind. Finding a professional removals company within Greater London – such as Britannia Sandersteads – will ensure that everything arrives safely at your new home. All you will need to do is wait at the destination and direct them where to put your boxes and furniture. If you use the same company that you used to store your belongings, you will likely save money on the move as well.

Britannia Sandersteads…

Here at Britannia Sandersteads we provide a professional, reliable home removals and storage service, specialising in both home moves and business removals throughout London and the wider area. So if you are moving and would like to make the process as efficient, simple and stress-free as possible, get in touch with the experts at Britannia Sandersteads for an affordable removal company you can trust!


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