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 point04.gif (71 bytes) Select your moving company well in advance.
 point04.gif (71 bytes) Purchase insurance coverage on movables.
 point04.gif (71 bytes) If you need to store some of your goods, it's a good idea to tour the warehouse of the mover you're planning to use. Look for cleanliness, organization, security, etc.
 point04.gif (71 bytes) At the time of residential moves take inventory of your home.Decide what to keep what to give away.Donate items you no longer want or have a garage sale.
 point04.gif (71 bytes) Create a file for all-important moving-related documents
 point04.gif (71 bytes) Start packing belongings that you don't often use.
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Discard or give away all your absolutely inessential items before moving.

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Pack your current phone book to take with you.You may need to make calls to residents or businesses back in your former hometown.

 point04.gif (71 bytes) Pack heavy items in small boxes, light items in larger boxes.
 point04.gif (71 bytes) Place pictures and glasses in boxes between sheets and blankets to give them added protection.
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Plates and record albums should be packed on end vertically, rather than placed flat and stacked.

 point04.gif (71 bytes) Finish packing your personal items and make sure all boxes are appropriately labeled.
 point04.gif (71 bytes) Before the mover’s leave for your destination residence, give them a phone number where you can be reached. It is also a good idea to provide him with an alternate contact in case you can't be reached.
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Toilet paper, telephone, toothpaste and brushes, snacks, coffee and coffee pot, soap, flashlight, screwdriver, pliers, can opener, paper plates, cups and utensils, a couple of pans, and paper towels are some of the essentials you may need upon arrival at your new home.Pack a box with these types of items and ask your movers to load it on the van last so that it will be unloaded at your new home first.

 point04.gif (71 bytes) Leave the rest to the professional movers, sit back and relax, and look forward to the new opportunities, new friends, new experiences, etc.that are part of any move

 


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