Whether you’re moving a province away or to another country, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed as you plan a long-distance move. The good news is that there are professionals, such as movemeeasy, we can help you with every aspect of the relocation process. If you want some peace of mind before your move, check out these tips.
Make a Schedule
You likely have to be out of your house on a certain date and in your new house — or at your new job — by a specific date as well, so there is no time to waste as you plan your long-distance move. As soon as you know you are moving, make a schedule. First, make sure to get a quote from Movemeeasy and make arrangements to hire a moving company. Once you have chosen one, book your dates with the movers.
If you need to take a plane to your new home, try to buy your plane ticket about 50 days before the flight. If you are moving internationally or planning to fly around the holidays, you should buy your ticket even sooner. If you have to drive, calculate how long the road trip will take, making sure to factor in stops at motels so you can get some rest along the way.
When you move down the street or even across town, you might be able to get away with haphazardly tossing your things into a few boxes and throwing loose items in the backseat of your car at the last minute. However, when you’re moving long distance, you need to pay more attention to how you pack. Be sure to stock up on blankets, packing peanuts, bubble wrap, newspapers and any other moving materials that can help protect your fragile possessions.
In addition, make sure you label all of your boxes. Write the room each box belongs in, whether it’s fragile, and what side should face up. This not only helps your movers treat your fragile things with extra care, but it also makes the unpacking process a little easier.
Being well-prepared and giving yourself lots of time to do each task is the best way to take the stress out of a long-distance move.
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