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September 10, 2021

Millennial-Friendly Moving Tips

Packing for a moveBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

And so, you're seriously adulting now--managing your first move minus the advantages of parental castoffs or money. The first thing you could have figured out regarding picking up sticks and moving might be that the expenses mount up rapidly. The following thing is that it will require insane organizational capabilities to transfer the things you own from here to there without mistaking your X-Box box for your Ninja box.

1) Use Your Technology for Good

There are tons of apps that will help you plan a move--they could track anything from your packing (keep photographs of the items you place in each carton) to establishing utilities (major life skill) to hiring a moving company in Atlanta. You will be able to share the info with roommates or family members so everyone is certainly in the know.

2) Low-Tech Even Now Rules for Moving

All the amusing apps on this planet cannot replace old-fashioned boxes as well as packing tape. Here is a moving trick that you'll benefit from for the remainder of your life--buy small cardboard boxes. For sure, you may get a lot more stuff in a sizeable box, however they get overweight extremely fast. Plenty of small cartons tend to be more beneficial rather than a handful of giant ones.

So, you need cardboard boxes, tape (spring for the tape gun), plenty of newsprint or bubble wrap for padding, and markers. When you are really planned, you could use color coded markers for the cartons, but the majority of folks are happy with a black wide-tip Sharpie.

One larger box that's worth buying is a wardrobe box--a heavy duty box which has a metal hanging bar over the top. You'll be able to put your hanging clothes in this box without having to concern yourself with wrinkles and dry cleaning when you unpack. Check with your local moving company in Atlanta for any specialty boxes that you might need.

3) Allow Sufficient time

Remember when you were attending college and could load up and proceed to another apartment (or room in the frat house) in a part of a day? Put that out of your mind. Right now you have pieces of furniture, gadgets, paddle boards, and all sorts of stuff that you often keep in your parent's basement. Not to mention your video game collection. Give yourself a couple of weeks at minimum to pack up for your move--the further you're going, the more time you will require.

An excellent suggestion is a couple of days for each room--you can pack up a studio apartment a lot faster than you could a two-bedroom condo. Toss everything you don't even use or do not need--donate it, give it away or trash it.

4) Know Your Limitations

Without a doubt, you may be young and capable to tackle life, however you might still need professional movers, especially if you have things like a motorcycle or perhaps a jet ski. If you are moving a long distance and flying to your new residence, you will also need to move your vehicle. Professional movers in Atlanta are able to pack and move ALL your stuff for you, and you won't have to concern yourself with it not arriving there successfully.

If it is at all in your funds, seriously think about finding a professional moving company in Atlanta for your move. If you are relocating for employment, your moving package perhaps contains this perk, so definitely take advantage of it.

5) Snap a Selfie

Nothing is truly legitimate until it is a story on social media, thus take a picture as soon as you're in your new residence. As a professional mover in Atlanta, we're here to do the tough work for you and can possibly join you in the selfie, if you would like. Give us a call today for info on A-1 Freeman Moving Group’s services, selfies are free.


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The Mickelson Family
The Mickelson Family
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Very pleased with the overall respect and care the men gave to my possessions. Even mailing me very quickly the only thing lost in transit. Would recommend to anyone needing a long distant move.
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