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So you need residential movers? You aren't alone. Current stats show that more than 35 million people move a year. Whether you're moving across town or going to a new state, preparing for your move means packing, packing and doing some more packing. Before you start tossing your things into random boxes, check out these tips for organizing in a way that will make your move much smoother.
Come Up With a Code
Some people respond to colors, others like numbers, and you might prefer letters or words. Whatever your preference is, come up with a code for your boxes. For example, you decide to go with a color code. Make a master sheet that spells out your packing code. This might mean red equals bedroom items, blue equals bath, green is dining items, yellow is for the kitchen things, and purple boxes have playthings in them. Grab a set of markers and color one side or a large part of the top of each box. You can do the same thing with numbers (such as one equals kitchen items) or letters (use the first letter of each room).
Think Outside of the Box
Boxes aren't the only way to pack your stuff. Yes, they certainly make moving easier. But some items don't fit nicely in boxes. Take a look at what you have to pack up. Soft items such as pillows, blankets, towels, and your child's plush toys don't need to take up precious box space. Instead of pushing soft or fluffy items into rigid boxes, try a more flexible option such as a large-sized garbage bag.
Leave a Few Empties
Your residential movers are coming at 7 a.m. It's the night before and you want to make sure that you've packed absolutely everything. But then you realize that you've packed up your baby's bottle rack (which you need) and all of the towels (again, which you need). Leave a few empty boxes out to put those items that you'll need overnight into. Keep these last-minute boxes ready, adding in whatever you need to keep out the day of the move.
Keep Your Groups
Unpacking is much easier if you're not sifting through all of your boxes, trying to sort which ones go where. Group your boxes by room or type of item that they're holding. This doesn't mean you have to leave the bedroom boxes in the bedroom, the kitchen boxes in the kitchen, and so on. You can move everything to one convenient space (making it easier for the movers) and still keep them together in their groups. Ask the movers if it's possible to also keep the groups together in the moving truck.
Make your move easier with a few simple prep steps. From coding your boxes to keeping them grouped together, you can organize your things in a way that makes both the packing and unpacking processes super-simple.Share
16 February 2017