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Moving out

Preparing For a Move

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Moving outMoving home is a big thing, and requires careful planning to avoid the difficulties that usually come with it. Here are a few tips to make sure that your move goes smoothly:

Do an inventory

First, list all the items that you will be taking with you to your new home. These should include furniture, clothes, and dining ware that you cannot possibly carry with you. You should also include decorations like paintings and vases as many of those you cannot fit in your car.

While you may be tempted to bring everything with you, there are a few items you should not pack. Many moving companies in Denver advise against packing frozen food, plants, and perishable goods, especially if where your new home is far away. Important documents like certificates should be hand-carried to avoid potentially losing it during the move.

You should also avoid dangerous substances. Leave behind things like bleach, corrosive liquids, and gasoline as there is a risk of these spilling during the move and damaging your other items.

Prepare the boxes

Choosing where to put your stuff in during the move is important. You cannot simply pack a chair in something as flimsy as a cardboard box. Fortunately, you can find and purchase moving boxes in many retail stores across the country. You may be tempted to repurpose an old box to save money, but you risk damaging your belongings.

You should also wrap fragile materials such as vases and plates. Things can get bumpy on the road and your risk-turning a pricy tea set into mere shards if they are not packed and wrapped properly.

Always double-check everything before and after the move. Moving day can get very busy and it is easy to lose track of things and even the stuff that you packed.

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