Boxes? Check! Personal belongings packed? Check! Are you forgetting anything? Moving can be stressful, so it’s easy to forget a thing or two during the process. Luckily, Eden’s Moving Company in Denver put together this helpful list of things you have to remember to do before you officially move:
Forward your mail.
Your mail often contains personal information, so you don’t want it falling into the hands of the home’s new owners. Before you say goodbye to your current home, be sure to forward your mail by visiting the United States Postal Service website and selecting your move-out date. You should also call your doctor’s office, insurance company, bank, and anyone else that sends you mail on a regular basis to let them know about your address change.
Contact your service providers.
You don’t want to continue to pay for a home’s electricity or water if you’re not living there anymore, so be sure to contact your utility providers a few weeks before you move. If you’re moving to another home in the same city, this is when you can arrange to have your service transferred to your new address. But, if you’re moving to another location and will no longer be in your provider's service area, you will need to cancel your account completely.
Pack a bag of essentials.
Moving can be exhausting, so when you finally get to your new home, the last thing you want to do is start unpacking. Plan ahead and pack a bag of essentials that has everything you need to get through the first night in your new home. For example, instead of digging through you boxes for your toothbrush and toothpaste, put these items aside in a small bag. You should also include medication, phone chargers, toilet paper, and anything else you think you will need right away. Moving? Pack these 30 essentials
Donate extra food.
Everyone has a few food items in their pantries that they never end up using. What should you do with them when you move? It would be pointless to pack them and bring them to your new home if you don’t think you will ever eat them. So, why not donate these unused items to a local charity instead? Clean out your pantry and cabinets about a week before you move and then bring the items to a charity of your choice.
Take pictures of your electronics.
If you will be setting up all of your electronics in your new home, take a picture of how they are currently set up before disassembling them. When you get to your new home, simply pull up the picture to refresh your memory and help you figure out which wires go where. This little trick will save you tons of time and keep you sane on moving day.
Now that you know how to prepare for a move, it’s time to contact a moving company in Denver. Contact Eden’s Moving Company
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