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.
Mistake 5 – You Don’t Take into Account all the Extras
At Funnell’s Removals & Storage Ltd we’ve seen a lot over the years. We can help you too and here’s a short list of additional things you should keep in mind:
- If you have larger furniture that will not fit through doorways, think about how to provide for it. Our surveyor may have some options for your survey. In the event that your flat-pack furniture was assembled in your home, you may need to disassemble it before trying to move it through doorways that are too tight.
- Should you happen to be doing some of the packing yourself, be sure to label everything. A label on each of the boxes, as well as on two sides, will make unpacking much easier for you after the move, when you’re just beginning to unpack everything.
- We need access to the new estate. It goes without saying, but please make sure there will be someone at the new property to let us in when we arrive. We do not want any delays to get in the way of our plans.
- If you have parking restrictions in your town and your new home, you may need to contact your current council to have them suspended during the renovation.