Are you one of the people who is destined to become one of those long distance movers this summer? If so, you are probably one in a million. There will be some 6 million American families moving at some time this year. And June, July and August are the months when most of them move. In fact, so many people become movers in these months that it has been designated as “moving season.”
People who are moving temporarily might look into renting storage pods to keep their belongings in one place. However, there are quite a few movers this summer who will probably be moving on quite a small scale. Some of them will be college students who are looking for an internship or part time job. And some of these long distance Continue Reading 5 Comments
Here are some moving tips so you can make the transition stress free and satisfying. These are even useful for long distance moving. Follow the three tips and you will be on your way to making new memories.
1. Package up items in an organized fashion
Pack up items in boxes and label each box into a category. If you have many items, it would be wise to make lists of everything in those boxes and tape it to the box, or even write it on it! This is a good time to clear out everything that you think you can do without, so donate, throw out, and sell things you could get rid of. Remember the less weight you have to take on, the easier it is to move.
2. Hire movers fast!
If you are moving and looking for long distance movers, like most things you can really just go on the internet and take a look around to find services in your area. In fact, a lot of the time you can even find an online calculator to figure out exactly how much it is going to cost. However, when you are using a calculator, or you are even talking to someone to get a quote on the price of your moving project, beware. You need to know how far you are traveling, which is the easiest part. You also need to make sure you know approximately how many items you’re taking and the weight of