Moving Day Checklist

There is no denying that moving house can be stressful, and many people find the day of the big move to be overwhelming. You may have found the perfect home and carefully packed up every room, you may have hired a removal company and filled the car with petrol, but there are still a few things to do before you set off. Though moving day is rarely a relaxing one, there’s no need for it to be a day filled with stress and worry. Thanks to this helpful moving day checklist, you can stay calm knowing that nothing has been forgotten.

 

Things to Remember on Moving Day

 

  • Say Goodbye to Your Home – If you have lived at the property for a while or you have fond memories there, you may want to take a moment to say a final goodbye. It’s the last time you’ll be inside the home, so give yourself time to enjoy the last moments there. This is something children are usually keen to do.

 

  • Keep Useful Personal Items With You – As you will be packing everything up into boxes, it’s very easy to pack something that you may need on your journey. You probably won’t want to be without your mobile phone or wallet for too long. You may need to contact the removal company or stop for petrol, both of which become difficult if you haven’t kept your useful personal iems with you.

 

  • Clean the House Before You Depart – Whether you are moving out of a rental property or you have sold your home, it’s important to clean before you depart. This ensures the people moving in are greeted by a clean property, something that everyone expects on moving day.

 

  • Check All Rooms Before You Leave – Before you head off, have one last look in every room and check you haven’t forgotten anything. Not only does leaving something behind make moving day a lot more stressful, but it gives you the extra task of retrieving it at a later date.

 

You can make moving day a lot easier by hiring a professional removal company. At Go Panda, we offer nationwide removal services and we provide an unmatched service. Get in touch to find out more.