Home Moving Preparation Steps

Moving home is tiring if not with the help of professional moving services such as Carolina Moving Company. Starting with cleaning up the old house, packing, carrying goods into the car, to reorganize the new house, obviously need energy. No wonder if the sense of reluctance comes first before you determine the date of the move. In order to move home smoothly and you stay healthy, this is the step.

Start preparation at least 1 month before
So you do not rush when moving, do not do it impromptu. Determine the date of the move since 1-2 months beforehand and record all items to be taken, removed, and donated. Create a timeline, for example, in the first week you have to clean up the items in the room, then the second week you have to prepare items to be brought from the dining room. So, adjust the amount of room with time to move. If your house has six rooms, then at least six weeks before the date of transfer, you have already done the packing.

Use a mask
When cleaning the room, it will usually be full of dust, especially if there are areas that are rarely touched. Always use a mask and (if necessary) gloves when you clean up the item. Wash any dirty items so you do not transmit the dust to a new house. Also, spray antibacterial if you are not sure about the cleanliness of goods.

Ask for leave
Remember, moving the house was tiring. Although you do it during the weekend, it could be two days during the weekend it is completely consumed, so you do not have time to rest. There’s no harm in using the quota of leave for moving home, for example, you so get a week off or at least take time off for 2-3 days.

Clean up after packing
Clean the rooms after you pack the items inside. Sweep back the floor, especially the part that was used for cabinets or tables.

Take care of health
Moving does not mean you forget about the condition of your body. Take a shower every time you finish cleaning the room, and make sure the body is well rested, and multiple drinking drinks of water. Limp body at risk of causing you pain after transfer.

Richard T. Starkey

Author: Richard T. Starkey

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