Are you planning to move? Even if you are not doing it right now, you most likely will in the future. And when that time comes, you can find yourself in kind of a hassle. Planning everything thoroughly isn’t easy, but the problem is that people too often don’t know where to start. Well, we’ve already talked about a lot of ways to prepare for moving and we aren’t going to do that, but we will help you with how you can make your entire moving routine a fair bit easier. After all, that’s what you want, right?

Remember to check us out (we are H2H Movers by the way) if you ever need to get that stress off your shoulders and trust the professional approach of a moving company.

That Pesky Checklist

You know you have to do make one, if you don’t want to forget your items. But why bother with physical paper, when you can go all digital? That’s right, just pick one of the many apps that allow you to create checklist and do it all there. It’s great, because you can save it up and use to later, for your next move even.

The Perfect Moving Time

If you can take time off your working week, then by all means do it. Not only will you have a lot of time, but it would be easier to book a moving company closer to the date. And you know what – who doesn’t like a bit of time off work, even if you still have to manage other things?

Snap That Cable

Oh, no, don’t cut it! We just want you to take a picture (if you can) of the back of your computer and TV, and any other thing that might need re-wiring. Now, not all of us are tech savvy and it’s not fun to have to pay someone to set up your computer, just because you can’t figure out which cable goes where. So take a couple of pictures and use them for reference. And while you are at it, take a snap of your library – this way you will be able to organize your books without figure out the previous order, especially if you don’t have a precise book-ordering system.

About That Tape

So we bet you are going to need tape. Who doesn’t? If you have any cardboard boxes, you’d want to close them up as good as possible, but this can’t be done without tape. Now, some people like to go for the regular nylon tape, but you don’t have to go mainstream – try duct tape! The great thing about it is that you can find it in many colors, so organizing boxes by room can be easily done through the use of a legend. That you can figure out on yourself.

Trust In Quality Boxes

There is a special place for low quality cardboard boxes – it’s called the dumpster. Which then you’d light on fire, because cheapo boxes will cost you more than quality ones in the end. Buy or rent high quality sturdy boxes and have your items kept safe – otherwise you risk ruining your CD collection, shattering your nice china, or some other disaster that could have been prevented.


Do you fancy our tips? Because they are useful, and you can freely try them out during your next move. After all, what do you have to lose?}