Make Your Move A Success! Follow Our House Removal Tips When Moving Home in Cannock Staffordshire

Moving house can be a real challenge with a lot of work to sort out, dealing with banks, solicitors, estate agents and house removal companies can become too much for some people to cope with when moving home in Cannock or the surrounding towns and villages of Staffordshire. Luckily you have come to the right place as this guide provides a list of practical removal tips that will help to ensure your move is a success and a pleasant experience.

Helping You To Stay One Step Ahead When Moving Home in Cannock Staffordshire

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]Create a house removals check list that you can follow

You may think you are in control of your move and will remember every thing that needs to done when moving home. But it is important that you creat a list of all the items including important documents or valuable items you are packing and boxing up. This will give you peace of mind as you have a pre-organised list of every item of furniture that has been loaded into the removal truck. You can provide your check list to removal companies so you can get a more accurate removal quote.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]Locate a house removal company & book your move

It’s wise to give your self enough time to find and book a house removals company. You should aim to have your moved booked in at least 2 months in advance of the big day. This will give you the time to communicate with several removal companies allowing you to book the company that meets your exact needs and demands.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]Notify your service providers that you are moving

The last thing you need when moving to a new home is to turn the lights on to find you have no electricity, or turn the taps on to find you have no hot water or heating. The best thing to do when moving home in Cannock is to contact all of your service providers (which may take up some of your time, but is a must) as soon as you are aware you are moving home. Remember many people move home on Friday’s and many service providers close for business early on Friday’s and re-open again the following Monday.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]If packing your self try not to leave it till the very last-minute

When packing your furniture you want to give your self enough time to complete and finish the packing to high standard. Using boxes that are torn or wet will not help when keeping your valuable safe from damage. Never be shy to spend on quality packaging as this may cost you a lot less in the long run.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]Elderly & moving home in Cannock Staffordshire

You will want to choose a compassionate removals company that has your needs and best interests at heart. Many elderly people have lived, grown and spent there whole lives living within their family home and some times due to no fault of their own, they are faced with selling up and moving out of the family home they love. Some of these reasons may include: the children have grown up and moved out, or wost case scenario losing a loved one or becoming unable to manage and cope within your current home. Choosing a removal company that shows compassion regarding the circumstance of your move will ensure that the company will have your best interest at the fore front of their mind.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]If Moving home with pets in Cannock Staffordshire

Some pets can be annoying and add extra stress to their owners when moving home. The last thing you or your movers want to experience when carry out your move is search for a missing pet that has escaped through the front door. Although a professional removals company would stop and help you to locate your pet safely. The best thing to do is to ask friends or family to take the pets out for the day especially dogs and cats. However, failing this you will need to lock them into a spare room while the movers are carrying out your move.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]Moving home with children

Arrange for the children to be taken out for the day by a close family member. This will offer you peace of mind knowing the kids are in safe hands and well looked after, especially while the move is under way. Arranging for a  childminder will give you the quality time you need to focus on your move and delegate to the movers as to where you would like your furniture to be placed within the new home. Bear in mind some children can become emotional when they first realize they are moving home and leaving close friends or family behind. Always do your best to keep your children involved in the process of moving home, let them decorate and pack their own bedroom and boxes.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]Talk to your estate agents and other people in the moving chain

If moving within a chain of more than 2 people it is always a good idea to contact each person in the chain so you can build a picture of the moving process. Many estate agents and solicitors will not tell you exactly what is happening, instead you are left waiting in the cold with your movers wondering why you can not move in. Staying one step ahead ensures we get the best results when moving home. Estate agents busiest days are Friday’s as this is the day that they push the completion through. Yes the day you are actually moving. Wouldn’t it make sence to ensure that all important documents, paper work and monies are transferred the day before people are moving home. This is why 1000s of home movers are left with extra charges on moving day. That the moving company takes for the time and for how long the movers are left waiting to off load furniture into the new home.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]If moving to a smaller home with a lot of furniture organize some storage

The last thing you want to do when moving home is clutter the new home with loads of furniture you will not use. We would recommend that you decide which items you would like to take with you to the new home, all the furniture you plan to place into storage and all the items you want to give to charity. This is the best option when moving home with a lot of furniture. Don’t fill the garage in the new home with old furniture, instead store it into storage and free up some of the space within the new home. This will make it feel more spacious and less cluttered.

[icon icon=”list” size=”medium” style=”simple” shape=”inherit” text_color=”#f48a00″]Arrange for adequate parking outside your home

When moving home you will want to arrange for a parking space close to the home for the removal vehicles to be parked. If you live in a private road, a permit area or an area that has red or yellow lines in front of your house, your moving company may request that you arrange a parking permit for the removal vehicles attending your home. You can purchase a parking permit through the Gov website.

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Contact MnM Removals For House Removals  When Moving Home in Cannock & Staffordshire

Whether you are a large family, professional, elderly or disabled and moving from 1 bedroom or a 6 bedroom house in Cannock or surrounding Staffordshire, please get in touch with our friendly customer service team. By calling us on 0800 0025 543 we will be happy to assist your moving requirements when moving to your new home.

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