So you have finally bought a house or apartment to move in to. You’ve been planning for the move and understandably so — moving can be both laborious and expensive. Still, moving is sometimes an essential part of life, but with the right motivations and with preparation, you can take some steps to move without spending an arm and a leg on Continue reading
Once NYC movers have taken you to a new home, it’s time for a challenging task. Unpacking takes more time than you might have thought. That’s exactly why you shouldn’t waste any minute. Following these tips for unpacking after moving, you will quickly get back to normal life.
Know What to Unpack First
You might have unpacked your first-night box and now are ready to move on. Most experts say that the kitchen should be done first. Get out some pots, pans, cups, and other things you are going to need within the next two days. After that, you should unpack all your belongings for the bedroom (washcloths, towels, and toiletries) and bathroom (pillows, blankets, and linens). Continue reading
The prospect of undertaking all of the packing involved in moving home can be nothing short of daunting. On top of work, and possibly family commitments, there is now the added stress of preparing for the sale of your home. That’s why more often then not, packing is the last thing that gets done.
The truth is however, that getting the packing done early can make potential buyers view your home in a more favorable light, as well as help to keep your own stress level at bay.
Thank to B-squared.co.uk we have the top ten tips to help get your packing underway: Continue reading
Once you’ve found a new real estate property to move to, and maybe even booked decent NYC movers, it’s time to clean the place you live in for the move-out. It’s no secret that leaving the place clean when you leave it is the only way to get your security deposit back. Make the landlord satisfied with what he or she sees during the inspection. Have a look at our move-out cleaning tips.
Make It Spotless
If you have put some staples or nails into the walls, remove them and fill the holes. Maybe walls need a fresh coat of paint in case there are some spots on them? Talking about move-out cleaning tips, we should say that all the walls, floors, and windows should be impeccably clean. Sweep and mop the floors, wash the windows, and clean the walls using the magic eraser. All the mirrors should be looking brand new as well. There are lots of all-purpose cleaners to use during the major cleaning process. Continue reading