Wondering how to unpack and place furniture after moving home in Heathcote, Warwickshire

Some times when moving home its easy to forget the other sides of things moving home involves. Once the removal van drives off you are left with an awful amount of work still to do. Remember packing your home was not completed all in the one day, depending on the size of your home, packing it could take months, unpacking even longer. Our guide on how to unpack and place furniture after moving home will ensure the final stage of your move is completed successfully. This is where your packing skills will come into play, if boxes are labeled correctly it will make life much easy placing them in the correct rooms of your new home.

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Wouldn’t it be great to be able to come home and find all your furniture, clothes, tools and other essentials, fully unpacked and laid out in your new home, while you spend the day relaxing with the family. This is a service provided to all clients from MnM Removals

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Top Tips On How To Unpack And Place Furniture After Moving Home

Speak to friends and family about lending a helping hand. Have a glass of bubbly while completing the unpacking tasks.

Start packing your removal boxes as the removal men bring them into your home, this will ensure a few if not all boxes are packed away.

Depending on whether you have children or not, it may be best to start unpacking the kitchen, as you will need your plates, cups, food and cutlery. Unpack each box placing the items in the correct places.

If you have a large living room area with a lots of books and other boxes it may best to unpack a few of those items as well, this will make the home, feel more like homely.

Sit down with the family and draw up a floor plan of each room, to determine where the furniture will be placed within the new home. This will make placing the furniture simple.

Decide if you or your house removals company will put up all the beds. As well as unpacking the boxes, you will need to think of where your family is going to sleep the night you arrive at your new home

When unpacking the bathroom, pack all the items you are going to use and need the most like your medication, shower gels, and other toiletries you may need for the first week in your new home.

Let each family member unpack their own bedroom, this will reduce the amount of physical work one person has to complete, making the whole process less stressful.

Out door furniture and items stored in the garage, like barbecue, bikes and tools can be left to sorted out for another day, your main priority should be keeping your home and contents in check, ensuring washing machine and fridges are all connected.

If your children are old enough to unpack their own belongings, allow them to do this, as this will help them to feel more comfortable and secure with the change of scenery and new home.

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If for any reason you are unable to complete your unpacking service, our dedicated team will be more than happy to help assist your needs. To get in touch with our team Click Here or call our friendly team on 0800 0025 543

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