When Moving House 10 Mistakes to Avoid

Moving to your new home can be what you’ve desired for a long time. You might be moving to an avenue you’ve always dreamed of living on, or perhaps a house with a garden big enough for your ambitions. It’s one of the many great opportunities in life.

Moving home is believed to be one of the most stressful things you can do. If everything goes according to plan, you’ll be exhausted but happy. If things do not go according to plan, it can get your adventure in your new residence off to the wrong start. Our staff strive to make things perfect for you.

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Mistake 10 – Taking Unnecessary Items With You

Planning, planning, planning…

In many ways, a house move gives you a chance to start fresh. One way to start a new beginning is to go through all the stored items you currently have acquired, you’re unlikely to utilise again.

If you have items you haven’t used in decades in the attic, perhaps it might be time to let someone else make use of them instead.

If you are beginning a new chapter of your life, you can be very unsparing in your decision-making about what products to install in your new abode. Nostalgia can be great, but it can also contribute to cluttering your living space with items you will not use but do not wish to throw out.

Marie Kondo is a decluttering guru and the woman in the video was inspired by her.

You ought to have everything cleared out before the moving day. You could try online marketplaces like Amazon and eBay to unload your junk at a profit. Charity shops would love to receive your used books and CDs.

Distance yourself from your things and you will quickly see what you need and what you do not. An additional benefit of your pre-move clearance is that your final bill from Funnell’s Removals will likely be a smaller one.

Mistake 9

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