Tips for all you Long Distance NYC Movers
Not ready for the big day? A long distance move can be very stressful especially coming from a big city like New York. So for all you Long Distance NYC Movers, we compiled a list to help cut through all the chaos.
Make sure to contact your utilities. Notify your gas, electricity, water, and sewage of your new location. It may take a few weeks for the whole process to change hands so please give yourself some time before your move date. Along with your Utilities, notify your cable provider, internet provider, and phone carries of your move as well. Also do not forget to get a change of address form.
Dumbo Moving recommends to for all your NYC Long Distance Movers to get an in home free moving estimate. This will guarantee that the price doesn’t change on your move day.
While we love moving as much stuff as possible for you. The less items you have, the less space that is taken up on the truck and the cheaper your move is. So it may be a good idea to get rid of all the extra stuff you don’t want anymore and give it to friends, relatives or a charity. But remember it will usually cost less to move something than to throw it out and buy a new one after your move.
Tips for all you Long Distance NYC Movers Part 2
I am sorry to all you Long Distance NYC Movers, chances are you will not be able to unpack everything on your move date. If you do not want us to unpack your boxes for you make sure you mark your boxes(on the sides is the best area). This way you know where each box belongs and you have an idea on what would be in the box before you open it.
You will need a place to relax (and if you are leaving the city you might have an easier time doing that for now on!). We recommend that all you long distance movers start working on your new bedroom. Making sure that the bed frames are installed and the mattress is in place. And that the mattress has bedding. The last thing you want to do after a night of working, is to set up a bed before you go to sleep. In order to save time put bedding in an overnight bag. Along with bedding, put medications, toiletries, change of clothes, snacks, jewelry, electronics, valuables and any other keep sakes(so you know they where they are).
Tips for all you Long Distance NYC Movers Part 3
Find something to keep little kids occupied. Now is a good time to plan an activity to help them remember their new address and/or phone number. You don’t want your little kids running around while people are moving in furniture or heavy boxes.
It can also be hard for pets to become acclaimed to a new house as well. So it is best to keep them in the yard, car or room with the least amount of foot traffic in till all the ruckus of the move dies down and they are able to explore their new home at their own leisure. Not to mention after a long drive they are probably already stressed.
That is all our list for tips for long distance moves. We hope we helped out all you Long Distance NYC Movers out there. Email us for any concerns on your long distance move.