Moving to a new neighborhood? Don’t let the looming work of packing dim your excitement. You have packing services to rely on, after all.
Efficient and Reliable Packing Services
Packing and preparing for a move is a lot of work. You’re basically packing several years of your life in boxes. It’s not just a matter of putting in things wherever they fit, too; you also have to think about using the right materials and learn the proper methods of packing so that your furniture, appliances, gadgets, clothes, and other household belongings arrive at your new house in the same condition as before the move.
Moving and Storage has the expertise and resources to deliver superior packing and moving solutions.
Durable and appropriate packing supplies – We use a variety of packing materials, like corrugated cardboard boxes, holding trays, packing paper, bubble wrap sheets, blankets, packing foam, and specially-designed sleeves for tableware, glasses, bottles, and other breakables.
Careful handling–Rest easy because experienced packers take great care in packing household items, whether they’re low-maintenance like hand towels or fragile like a china lamp or a giant, flatscreen TV.
Efficient packing–Watch as your household gets tidied up and packed in a fraction of the time and effort it would take if you were to do the task on your own. attentive yet efficient packers who can put away small appliances and cooking tools in minutes.
Minimum disruption to your time – Be ready to move into your new home soon after team arrives to pack your stuff. If it will take more than a few days to get your things in order, discuss it with you so can agree on a schedule that works best.
Insured service –Ensure your belongings are protected, literally and figuratively. pull out all the stops to make sure all your possessions are packed well and delivered safely, but for your peace of mind
Organized and Systematic Packing Methods
pack by room and group items according to size, type, or storage location. Once have everything in boxes, label them accordingly. During move-in day, transport team will know which boxes may be piled and which ones need careful handling. also keep in mind the first-in, first-out principle when packing your belongings in large moving boxes.
Moving and Storage doing your packing, you’ll have more time to do pre-move errands, set things up at your new house, and say goodbye to your neighbors and friends.
A Complete Packing and Moving Service – Built to fit in with your busy schedule
fit in with you. Before moving day, packing services team will bring your packing materials and pack whenever suits you. You don’t even need to be there. Your Move Manager can take a note of any special instructions and make sure everything is done exactly the way you want.
Is it worth getting a full packing service?
often asked whether it’s worth using a packing company when moving. This depends on how much time you have spare and if you would prefer to leave it a dedicated team of professional and reliable movers and packers who can take away all the stress involved.
expert packers and packing team pack each item with obsessive care. There isn’t much haven’t packed before and team make it look very easy. only used the best packing materials and everything is colour-coded to make sure it ends up in the right place
Often clients go out for lunch and when they return they can’t believe everything is packed and loaded. completely understand if you would rather pack yourself and can still provide you with all the removals boxes you will need. However, clients who use packing and moving services often tell they will never pack themselves again! It really does take away all the stress of moving.
The Ultimate Moving Checklist
Your wrist may be sore from signing two inches of mortgage documents, but the real fun begins now! You need to transfer your family’s medical records, host a garage sale, discontinue the utilities — oh, and pack up all your earthly possessions and get them from Point A to Point B. It is possible to get it all done without losing your cool: Follow our 8-week timeline to get from “We’re moving!” to “We’re home!”
8 Weeks Before
Sort. Walk through every room and open every drawer; decide what to take to your new home and what to get rid of. Make a list of “keep” items that will require special packing or extra insurance coverage.
Purge. Donate items you no longer want, or host a yard sale.
Hire movers. Research moving companies. Always ask for the mover’s U.S. Department of Transportation license number; whether the company is bonded; and whether the company is licensed for interstate moves, if you’re moving out of state. Request in-home estimates to receive the most accurate pricing.
Contact your children’s school. Notify the school that you’re moving, and obtain copies of your children’s records. Contact new schools for enrollment and record-transfer procedures
6 Weeks Before
Make travel arrangements. Book hotel stays if you’ll need lodging on the road or before your new home’s ready; book any necessary flights.
Order packing supplies. Purchase standard boxes in various sizes; bubble wrap; packing paper; packing tape; and specialty containers, such as wardrobe and dish-pack boxes.
Contact your doctors. Obtain copies of medical records for all family members, or have the records sent to your new physicians. Haven’t found new ones yet? Ask your current doctors for recommendations.
Contact insurance agents. Find out whether your move necessitates changes in your medical, dental, vehicle or personal property insurance.
4 Weeks Before
Start packing. Begin with items you use only rarely or seasonally (e.g., fondue pot; pool toys); save items you use frequently (e.g., TV remote; your toothbrush) until just before moving day. Snap photos of valuables and pack them separately; you’ll carry those items with you.
Label, label, label. Mark each box with its contents and the room it’s destined for in the new house. The only exception: Don’t list contents on a box that contains valuables, to avoid theft.
Inventory. Keep a running list of each packed box, its contents and what room it belongs in. Later, you can match this against your moving company’s inventory sheet.
Measure. Ensure that all of your belongings can make it out of your old home and into your new one; measure any tall, wide or oddly shaped items, as well as any doorways or tight spaces they’ll need to fit through, so there are no surprises on moving day.
Update your computer. Download any necessary software updates and ensure that all of your files and photos are backed up to an online cloud storage service or an external hard drive that you’ll carry with you.
Make arrangements for pets. Book a pet sitter or care facility for moving day. If you’re moving out of town, make travel plans for your furry friends and ensure your veterinarian has authorized your pets for the journey.
Contact utility companies. Instruct existing utilities to disconnect services the day after your move; direct new utilities to install services at least a day before you arrive.
Consider storage. If your new home won’t be ready when you leave your old one, research storage options in your new community.
Clear the freezer. Start using up frozen food items that will be a hassle to move. Then, tackle the pantry and fridge.
Visit an auto mechanic. Get an oil change, tire fixes and any necessary tune-ups to ensure that your car survives the move.
Change your address. Visit USPS.gov or your local post office to officially change your address. Leave your forwarding address with a neighbor, just in case.
Alert important parties. Notify your employer, banks, credit card companies, subscription services, friends and family of your move.
2 Weeks Before
Confirm the movers. Contact the moving company and double-check your plans. Make sure the insurance in place is enough to cover your valuables.
Clear out. Empty out storage units, safe deposit boxes and any other off-site storage spots. And don’t forget to pick up your dry cleaning.
Take time off. Evaluate how many work days you’ll need to make the move, and then request time off from your employer.
Clean the rugs. Have area rugs cleaned; they’ll arrive rolled and wrapped from the cleaner, ready to unroll at the new house.
Pay it forward. As you pack, gather warranty information, manuals and other house-specific information in a binder for the new owners.
1 Week Before
Finish packing. Aim to complete the general household packing a couple of days before moving day.
Pack your bag. Your last bag should contain at least one change of clothes — or more, if you’re moving out of state — for each person in the family, as well as all of the basics (e.g., phone charger, toilet paper) you need to survive for a few days without the items on the moving truck.
Visit the pharmacy. Refill any prescriptions you’ll need for the next month, and arrange to transfer prescriptions to a pharmacy in your new community.
Unplug. Disconnect and clean any large appliances (e.g., washing machine, fitness equipment) you’re moving; contact a professional to disconnect gas lines. If you’re moving your fridge, defrost the freezer and clean it at least a day before you move.
Make your last donation. Arrange for a final pickup of all remaining items in your “donate” pile.
A Few Days Before
Confirm the movers … again. Triple-check arrangements with the moving company. Verify how much you’ll owe on moving day, and what forms of payment are accepted. Ask for a cellphone number for the day-of contact, and confirm the crew’s arrival time. Prepare written directions to your new home and hand them to the movers on moving day.
Get the keys. Arrange to receive the keys to your new home, or schedule the realtor or landlord to meet you on moving day.
Donate food. If you’d rather move fewer boxes, donate nonperishables to a local food pantry.
Disassemble furniture. Place screws, brackets and fasteners in a small plastic storage bag, and label it. Even better: Tape the bag to the furniture’s underside.
Get rid of it. Most movers prohibit moving boxes that contain paint, aerosol cans, matches, alcohol and other chemicals. Properly dispose of these items, or plan to move them yourself.
The physical packing of your items in crates or boxes to be moved is quite an intimidating task. Also, determining the best way to pack and unpack your items is a task that requires a lot of attention and time. This is where come in. Apart from moving and storage, Moving and Storage Company also offers packing services. are devoted to making the moving process as efficient as possible for customers. provide a wide variety of packing services, available for local, long-distance, and even cross country moves. team of professional packers is highly skilled in packing the delicate of items, so you know your belongings will genuinely be protected throughout the entire moving process.
If you`re done with most of the packing but don`t know what to do with the awkwardly shaped or sized items, then let professionals handle them for you.
It`s quite a task to pack all your pans, dishes, and pots in boxes, but you can always count on staff to pack all kitchen-related items for you.
With this pack, you will not have to participate in a single part of the packing process. team will do all the work. You can get comfortable as you look forward to a good moving day.
Why Packing is Important
Packing is the initial step of your moving process. If you want to move your business or home, you need to pack all your items, and preparation is not a walk in the park. It has to be done with precision so that all items will be safe during moving.
Professional packing will guarantee the risk-free transportation of your belongings.
Be it domestic or commercial items that you need packed and moved, leave them to the experts!
Experienced and quick packers
Flexible slots for packing and removals
Sturdy boxes and packing materials can be delivered
Fully insured packing service
No removal job can be performed without packing all items first. It is of grave importance to pack your belongings in a safe manner and sturdy boxes with enough padding.
Been witnesses to many property damages resulting from improper packing. That’s why recommend booking a packing service before your moving day and leaving the packers to do the job.
One of the main benefits of doing this is that this way your items will be insured. cannot be held responsible for your items if you’ve packed them poorly. A team can arrive ahead of your moving day, and upon your request, they can even deliver the packing boxes and materials, do the packing the right way, and come back for your moving day.
Box delivery and packing are a vital and valuable part of any removal service – the movers and packers have got their techniques down to a fine art. save you a lot of time and hustle by packing your belongings, and can even supply the boxes!