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A Short Guide on Preparing Your Home for Removalists Pt. 2

Have you ever wondered why removalists cost more? Apart from the service they provide, they also offer security. You can rest assured that your belongings are handled with care and thought. In part one of our guides, we explored a few things you can do to prepare your home for removalists.

 

Preparing your home for removalists is a crucial step to take because this will help to ensure that the moving process goes smoothly. Preparing your home can also help save on time and expenses if there is a need to move again.

 

If you want to learn more tips about preparing your home, this is part two of your guide.

 

Here’s what you need to know:

 

Label Everything Clearly

The trick with preparing your home for moving is to make it as easy as possible for the removalists to move your furniture and belongings. This means being able to clearly label everything and making sure that the labels are visible.

 

If you’re moving house, it’s best to start packing your belongings early and as often as possible. Start with the items that won’t be damaged by moving. Also, label the boxes accordingly and pack items in different boxes so that you can easily find things later on.

 

Do you know what you’re going to use for packing? Make sure you have plenty of packing materials on hand. For example, if you’re using boxes, make sure you have enough boxes in different sizes.

 

It’s also best to make sure that you start packing early. This way, you won’t have to rush at the last minute.

 

Dismantle Larger Pieces

If you are moving, you would have to dismantle larger pieces of furniture such as tables, wardrobes, and bookcases. Generally, you would want to dismantle and remove heavy furniture before you start moving.

 

For that, you would need the help of a friend and family member. The trick to dismantling furniture is to begin with, the lowest part and work your way up. This way, you would find it easier to move your furniture.

 

Secure Doors and Drawers

You would want to make sure that the doors and drawers of your wardrobe and cupboards are secured or locked. You don’t want a mess in your new home. This is something that you can do days in advance.

 

Make sure all of your drawers are firmly closed, and for cupboards, you can leave a few drawers open at the top. This way, the removalists can easily access the contents of the cabinets and close the drawers after moving them.

 

Get All Children and Pets Out of the House

Since it’s still in your home, you would want to prepare your home for moving in a way that you would keep your children and pets safe. One of the best ways to do that is to make sure they are out of the house.

 

This means that it’s better to do your moving while they’re at school, their daycare, or even in the evening. You don’t have to keep the dog or cat locked inside, but for the safety of the pets, ensure that the doors are closed at all times.

 

The Bottom Line

As you can see from this guide to preparing your home for moving, moving is not all about packing your belongings. It is also about preparing your home before you move. We hope that these tips will help you prepare your home for a move. Moving is stressful enough, but to make it easy, you would want to do all the preparation beforehand. This way, you would be able to save money, time and your sanity.

 

If you are looking for the best removalists in Sydney, we can help you. Need a Sydney mover? Get Moofer! Whether you’re moving house, transporting an item, or picking up a large online purchase, Moofer has your back! Book a removalist today starting from just $70/hr. Contact us today to learn more. 

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