The Five Must follow Guidelines for a Full House Move

It’s always a good idea to seek as much guidance as possible before you begin the process of a full house move. It can be stressful, tedious and tiring so make sure you are well prepared and have a ‘move plan’ in order.

Firstly, when moving into a newly purchased home, you are going to want a reputable conveyancer to help with the legal side of things. There are many time-crucial, legal transactions that need to take place during the moving process, so make sure you enlist the help of a trustworthy conveyancer who can take care of these aspects on your behalf.

Secondly, become familiar with your new area. If you are moving to an unfamiliar neighborhood, it pays to spend a couple of weekends before the move getting to know the area. This will come in handy when directing removalists or friends and family to your new home and will make you feel a bit more at ease when the move day arrives.

Next, allocate some time for sorting and packing important documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, passports, wills and any other important information that could potentially get lost or destroyed during the move. Keep these boxes separate from the rest and make sure they are clearly marked so you know to keep an eye out for them.

Organise your food and drinks for the day. This is something many people forget to think about but is actually quite important. Pack yourself some food and water and set break times throughout the day to keep your energy levels and general morale up.

Lastly, hire a professional removal company. Whether you’re moving interstate or around the corner, leave it to Anderson's removals to relocate your furniture safely and cost-effectively.

Contact our friendly team today for more information.

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