GUIDE TO MOVING YOUR HOME

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Guide To Moving Your Home

Preparation

Guide to moving your home, your move Coordinator is responsible for assessing your moving needs, explaining all of your moving service options, and accurately estimating your costs. Your home will be thoroughly surveyed for items that will be moved, and the estimator will alert you to items that are not allowed transportation or have special requirements. with our guide to moving your home, you can Start planning by trying to use up dispose of items that are not allowed to be shipped.

Items that can not be moved inside the truck:

Nail polish remover
Paints and paint thinners
Propane cylinders
Automotive repair and maintenance chemicals
Radio-pharmaceuticals
Matches
Lighter fluid
Gasoline
Fireworks
Oxygen bottles
Any fuel or explosive products

Items that are not recommended for transport inside the truck:

Firearms
Family photos
Food in glass jars and perishable foods
Prescription drugs needed for immediate use
Any irreplaceable items or documents.
If you have any questions, just ask your Relocation Consultant.

What to take inside your vehicle:

Items of personal importance or sentimental value with you
Cash
Collections (i.e. coins)
Important personal papers (i.e. deeds, wills, titles, etc.)
Negotiable papers (i.e. bonds, stocks, certificates, etc.)
Jewelry
Moving documents and closing papers

One of the steps that people tend not to do is create a moving budget. While most of us don’t like to think about budgets never mind stick with one, this step will help you save money and make sure that your move doesn’t cost you more than you can afford.

 A Quick Guide to moving your home, Getting Started and Completing your Move

Sometimes when we have big projects that we need to tackle it’s hard to know where to start. This guide will walk you through the steps you’ll need to take but does it quickly so you can get to all the tasks you need to do before the moving truck arrives.

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