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Moving Tips and FAQ's
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Please remember, everything must be packed in boxes or tubs.
Three to Four Weeks Before Your Move:
Get rid of anything you aren't bringing with you.
Find out where to dispose of household chemicals such as old paint.
Make a list of everything you're bringing to your new home.
Find out the replacement value of all belongings, for insurance purposes.
Fill out a change of address form.
Notify friends, family and others of your new address.
Fill out an IRS change of address form.
Get copies of your medical and dental records and veterinary records (if needed).
Contact the DMV to see what you need to do to change your license.
Notify your kids' schools and have their records transferred to their new schools.
Return any cable or satellite equipment.
Make hotel and airline reservations (if needed).
Two Weeks Before Your Move:
Return library books or any other borrowed items.
Make arrangements to disconnect gas, electric and other utilities.
Make arrangements to connect utilities at your new place.
Arrange to have any major appliances prepared for the move.
One Week Before Your Move:
Figure out what you're bringing with you in the car or plane.
Pack a suitcase and/or well-labeled box with clothes, toiletries, and items you will need the first day in your new home.
One Day Before Your Move:
Take down curtains and curtain rods.
Empty, defrost and clean your refrigerator. Make sure it has at least 24 hours to air dry.
Clean and air out your stove.
Pack your personal belongings.
Move Out Day:
Gather all keys to locking items. Put them in a safe place.
Strip the beds but leave them intact. We will dismantle them.
Make sure you're at home when the movers arrive.
Make sure everything is ready for the move.
Make sure the driver has the correct delivery address and phone number.
Before you leave, do a final walk through of every room. Check all closets and cabinets.
Move In Day:
Plan to be present when the movers arrive.
They will need you to let them know what room each item goes in.
Make sure that your utilities have been turned on.
Confine your pets to be sure they do not get in the way of the movers.
Have your final payment ready for the movers.
Enjoy your new home!
If you are moving my packed items, how do they need to be packed?
Everything should be packed in boxes or tubs not to exceed 50 lbs. This will assure easy stacking and prevent damage.
If you are moving my refrigerator or freezer, does it need to be empty and defrosted?
Yes, To ensure the safety of the movers as well as to prevent damage to the appliance & prevent spoilage.
How do you handle my furniture?
We blanket and shrink wrap all Furniture. And our professionals treat your items as if it was our own.
Can you move me out of state?
Yes, we can move you anywhere continental U.S.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, we are fully Licensed & Insured we can provide you with documents upon request.
Can you pack my house?
Yes, We offer full service moves. Our professional team will wrap and pack your household or commercial items.
Boxes and all the supplies are included in this move.