Five Millennial-Friendly Moving Tips

Moving to a new homeBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

So, you're truly adulting now--managing your first move without the benefits of parent castoffs or funds. The initial thing you might have found with regards to picking up sticks and relocating is that the costs mount up extremely fast. The following thing tends to be that it will require mad organizational capabilities to get all that you have from origin to destination without mistaking your X-Box box for the Ninja box.
 

Use Your Tech for Good

There are tons of apps to aid you to plan a move--they'll track anything from your packing (save photos with the items you place into each and every carton) to starting up utilities (major life skill) to finding a moving company in Tulsa. You will be able to share the details with roommates or family members so everyone is continually on the same page.

Low-Tech Often Rules for Moving

All the fantastic apps in the world won't be able to replace old-fashioned cardboard boxes as well as packing tape. Here is a moving trick that you're going to benefit from for the remainder of your life--get small boxes. Sure, you can get more stuff in a huge carton, but they get overweight very fast. Plenty of small boxes tend to be more practical compared to a few huge ones.

So, you will want cartons, tape (spring for the tape gun), plenty of newsprint or bubble wrap for cushioning, and markers. If you are seriously structured, you can use color coded markers for the boxes, but most people are pleased with a black wide-tip Sharpie.

One large box which is worth purchasing is a wardrobe box--a heavy-duty carton which has a metal hanging bar across the top. You'll be able to store your hanging clothes in this carton and not concern yourself with wrinkles and dry cleaning as you unpack.

Allow Yourself Sufficient time

Recall when you were enrolled in college and could pack up and go on to another apartment (or room in the frat house) during an afternoon? Forget about that. Right now you may have pieces of furniture, gadgets, canoes, and all the items that you used to keep in your parent's attic. Not to mention your dvd collection. Give yourself a few weeks at minimum to pack up for the move--the further you are going, the more amount of time you will require.

A fantastic rule of thumb is a couple of days for each room--you can pack up a studio apartment a lot quicker than you are able to a two-bedroom condominium. Chuck everything you do not utilize or do not need--donate it, give it away or maybe throw it out.

Recognize Your Limits

Sure, you may be youthful and ready to tackle life, however you might still need professional movers, particularly if you have things like a motorcycle or a jet ski. If you're moving a lengthy distance and flying to your new home, you'll also need to move your car. Professional movers in Tulsa will be able to pack and move ALL your things for you, and you won't have to worry about it not getting there whole.

If it is at all in your funds, seriously think about employing a professional moving company in Tulsa for your move. If you're relocating for a job, your relocation package probably provides this bonus, so certainly take advantage of it.

Snap a Selfie

Nothing is ever real until it's a story on social media, thus be sure to take a pic immediately after you are in your new home. Being a professional mover in Tulsa, we're here to undertake the tough work for you and can possibly join you in the selfie, if you’d like. Call for details on our services, selfies are free.

 

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