How to make moving home as stress-free as possible.we’re going to use a range of everyday items.Before you start filling boxes take a knife or a pair of scissors and carefully cut slits into the side of the box.
Fold the cardboard up inside and do the same on the other side to help make lifting easier.if you’ve got furniture with handles that stick out then unscrew them and turn them round to the inside.This should stop them damaging.other items while you’re moving you can make a temporary handle out of tape.By folding tape halfway back on itself then sticking it to the inside of the drawer,then fill the drawers with as much as you can.
To transport as many items as possible when you’re done.You can hold them all together and protect them from knocks and scrapes with clingfilm. if you’ve got electrical items with lots of wires.Keep a record of how they all plug together by taking a picture with your phone and while you’re at it. Take a photo of the energy meters too to keep a note of the readings and remember to tell your energy supplier when you’re moving home and what these readings are.
if you’re dismantling pieces of furniture,you can use food bags to keep all the loose screws together.Label the contents or you could just tape the bag to the item the contents belong to use colored labels to group boxes from different rooms.so you know exactly where to put them when you get to your new home.when it comes to packing clothes you can save time by keeping them on the hangers.Wrap them in a bin liner to keep the dust off and keep the hooks out.so you can hang them straight up in your new wardrobe.
You can use linen to wrap up fragile objects.This saves using newspaper or bubble wrap and you can use paper plates to help prevent your crockery from chipping pack.All your essentials into a separate box so you have everything you need when you arrive in your new home,and finally leave some stamped addressed envelopes.so the new owners can forward on any mail to your new home.We hope you found these tips useful stay safe and happy moving