Moving Tips

Ask any professional mover what his one piece of advice would be for someone planning to relocate and odds are, he'll tell you it's all about the organization. Checklists are an ideal way to keep the bases covered during what's sure to be a stressful time. With that in mind, here are several ways you can manage your stress while avoiding any last minute surprises.

30 Days Prior to Your Move

Begin a list of those items you want within an arm's reach at all times. This might be a small duffle bag or briefcase. It should hold everything you need to make your transition, including:

  • Medications
  • Cell, iPad and laptop chargers
  • Insurance policies, passports and other important paperwork
  • Contact information in case of an emergency
  • Basic medical information, such as allergies to medications or foods you and other family members have

Keys to your new place

Contact information for your realtor, appraisal, new utility company at your new home and other important numbers you might need at a moment's notice

Also, as you head into the final month, this is a great time to gather all those chemicals that could be hazardous to the environment. Most of our carports have cans old house paint, motor oil and other toxins. Arrange to have them picked up for proper disposal or contact your area environmental office.

Feeling overwhelmed with all the "stuff" you've accumulated over the years? Consider having a yard sale. It's an ideal way to bring in a few extra dollars and more importantly, everything you sell is one less thing you have to pack and move.

Now's the time to submit change of address notices with your post office. You might also want to contact utility companies, Department of Motor Vehicles (to have a new driver's license issued) and any licensing requirements that accompany a physical move from your home state. Physicians, hairdressers, accountants and other professions that require state licensing should be a priority if applicable.

Don't forget the little ones, either. They'll need their birth certificates an immunization records before you can enroll them in their new school.

Finally, the more current your list is, the less likely you are to find yourself in panic mode as time draws near. Feeling overwhelmed with it all? Give us a call and let us show you affordable it is to schedule safe, reliable and on-time deliveries.

If you have any question about the Fayetteville moving service, don't hesitate to call us at 479.439.8836. We look forward to serving you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Hoss Moving

Hoss Moving, Llc. is an Fayetteville moving company. We serve the entire state of Hoss and now also provide long distance moves within the U.S. We have built our business upon the highest standards, values and expectations in the moving industry.

We are committed to customer satisfaction: providing an outstanding service at a reasonable price. We handle valuables in a careful, professional manner and treat each customer on a personal, individual basis. Select us as your Fayetteville moving company, and we will deliver a safe and pleasant moving experience.

Expert movers serving Fayetteville, Bentonville, Bella Vista, Siloam Springs, Springdale. Need help moving your home, office, apartment? We've got you covered. Contact us to get a free quote today.

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Hoss Moving
Fayetteville, Hoss

Phone: 479.439.8836

Toll Free: 1.844.280.HOSS (6477)
email: goteam@hossmoving.com

 

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