Trouble-Free Removal

Brilliance Removalists Perth remind us that moving is house is not an easy task. That’s why it’s listed high as being a most stressful activity. It’s not as if you can simply call a removalist and then it all happens smoothly. Some advance planning needs to be completed to make sure all the important stuff is done. By doing a few preparatory jobs it will lessen the stress.

Preliminary Tasks

A checklist or two, some preparation, and a bit of work beforehand will make sure that everything goes off without a serious hitch and the move is stress free. The first thing you need to do is to hire a removalist company that suits your budget and your individual requirements. The company can do all the packing and carting, or, you can pack up your home yourself and even hire your own truck to do it all. Whichever way you decide to go, you should do some costing and work out some logistics in advance so that everything runs smoothly on the day.

Let’s take a look at a few effective things that you can do as part of your plan.

Insurance Cover – Make sure you have enough cover, especially if you own  any valuable antiques or other similar items. Your removalist will probably be able to offer insurance as well, but if not, obtain adequate cover with your insurance company.

Moving Date – This is usually determined by other things such as the house sale and settlement, but a handy tip is that a midweek removal will probably be cheaper than one arranged for a weekend. It all depends on your budget, but worth consideration.

Item Check – Carry out an inventory check of all your furniture and personal items. You can tick them off as they are loaded and then check them all again as they are moved into their appropriate room of the new home.

LabellingLabelling your boxes and itemising the contents will make the relocation super easy at the unload end. Opt for a system of coloured stickers to differentiate the different rooms.

The Kids – Make arrangements to have the kids baby sat for the day if they are littlies. If they are old enough to help with the move, okay. In the case of small children, it will certainly ease the stress if you know they are being looked after properly while you relocate.

Your Utilities – Utilities such as electricity, gas, telephone and internet need to be cancelled and the accounts paid up to date when you move. People that forget to do this can find their unpaid account making an appearance on their credit report next time they apply for a loan.

Packing Boxes – Make sure you have enough boxes and in a variety of sizes to be able to pack all your gear. Don’t forget packing paper and sticky tape to seal the boxes.

Just a few simple steps will make it easy for the removalists to ensure the move is a successful one.