Generally, a long-distance move is a move over 300 miles away. Moving 300 miles is a very complicated task if you have not fully prepared. It is incredibly important to make sure that you take the time to thoroughly plan your move.
Make a Plan
It is important to know your plan as soon as you know you’re moving. Creating a checklist of everything you need to get done prior to your move allows you to prepare more efficiently while making sure everything is completed on time.
Create a List of your Belongings
Creating a checklist of your belongings not only allows you to make sure you packed everything, but it also allows you to make sure everything arrives at your new home. Keeping a list of everything you own in one place saves you the stress of figuring out if everything has arrived in your new home.
Don’t Keep Everything
When packing for a long-distance move, prioritizing your items allows you to save money, reduce stress, and keep only what is necessary. Environmentally-friendly options for the belongings you choose not to bring include selling your items, recycling or donating.
Pack an “Open First” box
An open-first box should include items that you’ll need in your first few days or weeks, such as bedding, dishes and kitchen supplies, towels, and some clothes.
Packing up your entire house alone can take months. As professional movers, we have the resources necessary to keep your belongings safe during transport. When hiring a full-service moving company, you get to sit back and relax while an experienced team of professional movers pack up your household items and loads them for safe transportation.