Five Millennial-Friendly Moving Tips

Moving to a new homeBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Indeed, you're genuinely adulting now--managing your first move with no benefits of parental castoffs or funds. The first thing possibly you have found about picking up things and relocating is that the bills mount up quickly. The following thing is that it's going to take mad organizational expertise to get all that you own from point A to point B without mistaking your X-Box box for your Ninja box.
 

Use Your Tech for Good

You'll find lots of apps to aid you to organize a move--they will keep track of anything from your packing (save photographs of the items you place in each and every box) to setting up utilities (substantial life skill) to finding a moving company in Atlanta. You will be able to share the information with roommates or relatives so everybody is certainly on the same page.

Low-Tech Still Rules for Moving

All the fantastic apps in the world cannot replace old-fashioned boxes and packing tape. Here's a moving trick that you will benefit from throughout your life--buy small cardboard boxes. Sure, you will get a lot more stuff in a large box, but they get overweight extremely fast. Plenty of small boxes tend to be more beneficial than a couple of gigantic ones.

So, you'll need cartons, tape (spring for the tape gun), some newsprint or bubble wrap for cushioning, and markers. If you're extremely ordered, you may use color coded markers on your cartons, but a majority of folks are happy with a black wide-tip Sharpie.

One larger box that is worth buying is a wardrobe box--a durable box with a metal hanging bar at the top. You'll be able to store your hanging apparel in this box and not be worried about wrinkles and dry cleaning whenever you unpack.

Give Yourself Plenty of Time

Recall when you were enrolled in college and could load up and move to a different apartment (or room in the frat house) in a few hours? Forget that. Today you've got home furnishings, electronic devices, canoes, and all the things which you used to put in your parent's basement. Not to mention your video game collection. Allow yourself several weeks at the least to pack up for the move--the further you are going, the more amount of time you will require.

A great general guideline is a couple of days for every room--you may pack a studio apartment much faster than you can a two-bedroom rental. Toss everything you never utilize or will not need--donate it, give it away or perhaps trash it.

Understand Your Limitations

Indeed, you may be youthful and ready to tackle everything, but you may still require professional movers, particularly if you have things like a motorcycle or even a golf cart. In case you are moving a long distance and flying to your new residence, you will also need to transport your automobile. Professional movers in Atlanta are able to pack and move ALL your things for you, and you will not have to concern yourself with it not arriving there successfully.

Should it be at all within your funds, you should consider working with a professional moving company in Atlanta for the move. If you are relocating for work, your relocation package perhaps provides this benefit, so absolutely take advantage of it.

Snap a Selfie

Few things are actually legitimate until it is a story on social media, thus take a picture the moment you're in your new residence. Being a professional mover in Atlanta, we are here to do the difficult work for you and will possibly join you in the selfie, if you would like. Contact us for information on our services, selfies are free.

 

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