Moving from one house to another can be stressful specially if it’s your first time. It’s more different if you’re leaving temporarily but if it means leaving your current house for good, it is much more complicated than you could ever think.
How to store your stuff properly without damaging them, transportation, labeling of boxes, who will help you bring all your things, and the list goes on.
In this article from Good Housekeeping, they gave an idea on how, what, when and where you will start planning before your moving day comes.
Moving Day Made Easy
When moving houses, the average household relocates 7,400 pounds — nearly four tons — of stuff, and an eight-room home uses 100 boxes in the process. The average interstate move costs about $4,300, while staying in-state costs about $2,300. All these stats add up to one massive undertaking. Read our guide for advice on cutting it down to size.
To add more to those tips, let me share with you some DIY tips from the YouTube channel of WhatUpMoms on how to move in if you are on a tight budget. See the video below:
Moving can be as easy as 1 2 3 if you just know how to plan it out and has everything written down. You can ask some helping hand from friends and relatives (if there’s any available) but if none, you can always hire people to assist and do the transportation for you.
Storage Made EZ is on top of the list of companies that is affordable, reliable and professional when it comes to this matter. Don’t forget to check their website and inquire, soonest you can!
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