No one enjoys moving in Atlanta, at least the technical side of things. Moving to a new town or house can be very exciting, but the process from getting from point A to B is not so much fun.
Unexpected circumstances, rushed deadlines and the general stress and tension that comes with transporting all of your worldly possessions is enough to make even the most level-headed person come unglued. Preparation is key here, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time before the big day comes around.
Mistakes happens and tempers run high when decisions are made at last minute, and believe us, those pertaining to who is going to move your belongings and when that will happen can be stressful. By following these simple tips, you will be in a lot better position mentally on moving day.
Simplifying Your Move
One thing many people forget to do is pack a spare change of clothes for the first overnight stay in their new home. Chances are by the time you unload everything, you are not going to want to unpack. Save yourself the time and trouble of digging through those piles of boxes and be thankful in the morning!
Face it, lists make life a lot easier for everyone. This especially applies to moving in Atlanta and is a sound strategy for home and business owners alike. It may seem a bit excessive, but noting in detail which box goes where and what contents it contains is guaranteed to save you a major headache. With that, make sure you have plenty of boxes to go around. You can never have enough, and you can always discard or keep the extras once you’re done. Come up short, however, and the situation is not quite the same.
If there is one thing our Atlanta movers want you to know, it is to be flexible with your schedule. Do not always assume the weather is going to work in your favor or that you are going to get the moving date of your choice unless you book well enough in advance. You will save a lot of money by scheduling your move during the middle of the week instead of the weekend. While less convenient, this alone can potentially save you hundreds.
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