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Who can't use some moving tips when they're packing up their whole life for a new home? If you're among thousands of people who have picked up and moved their family to a new home or a new community, you have fresh memories of some of the ups and downs or thrills or frustrations of moving. Drawing from personal experience, I know there are lots of ways to help make your household move easier and more smooth.
Moving company rates are higher at the beginning and end of the month, when most leases are up, and on weekends. If you can take a day or two off midweek or midmonth, your wallet will benefit.
Pack your own boxes, or even just get things inside more mover-friendly (unplug appliances, roll up rugs, disassemble anything you can) shaves off time and therefore saves you on the hourly rate.
Make a note of your shipment registration number and keep it with you in case you need to call your mover with questions about your shipment.
By sending your information on the Estimate page, you will get contacted by the best reliable moving companies near you.
Follow the trucking companies' size suggestions — but if in doubt, go bigger (you don't want to have to make two trips).
First, load the biggest, heaviest stuff such as furniture and appliances (and don't assume things need to load as they normally sit — sofas, for instance, take up much less space if flipped up on one end).
Items that are not worth the cost of packing and moving: Pantry foods (eat what you can, and donate what's unopened to a soup kitchen), cleaning supplies (also can be donated, or given to a neighbor), open condiment bottles (dump 'em), stacks of old magazines (clip the articles you love and recycle the rest), and partly used paints, propane tanks, or solvents (they could be dangerous, especially if they spill; donate or recycle properly).
If you are moving to a new area, research banks, doctors, and schools. Gather all the proper paperwork you need to set up new accounts.
In addition to labeling what’s in your boxes, add what room they’ll be going into, as well.