When you move your family across town, it can be hectic and stressful but at least you know the customs, language, some people, and a lot about the area. Consider all that you do not know if you have to move to a foreign country. Unless you, and everyone in the family, has been to the country and spent some time there, things are going to be pretty crazy for a while.
Whether you've recently inherited some furniture after the death of a loved one or you're constantly changing the look of some of the rooms in your home, you might have a selection of furniture that exceeds your storage capabilities. The simple answer is to rent space at a local self-storage business and relocate the furniture items to this temporary new home for short- or long-term storage. While the process is easy, it's not as simple as just loading the unit with your items.
Moving into a new home requires some planning, especially if you have a piano to move. The best option is to bring in professional movers to make sure the instrument isn't damaged in transport or set-up. Equally as important is choosing which room will house the piano so you can have it ready when the movers arrive. Not just any room will do, but the following tips can help you pick the best one.
Moving is exciting but can be a pain during the holidays. Planning or executing a move and working with moving companies during the holiday season can curb the desire to decorate, which may have an impact on your Christmas spirit. If you are in the midst of a move, try the following tips to decorate and celebrate:
Hang a tree on a wall.
Come up with an alternative to the tedious tree and digging out all those ornaments.
Moving across the country is hard enough on its own. When you throw a cat into the mix, it only gets harder. If you are planning a move with your pet, it is time to compile all your necessary supplies. Cat owners will find that their moving supplies include a few extra items, including the following:
1. A Microchip
If your pet is not already microchipped, now is the time to do it.