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How To Wrap Dining Chairs For Moving

Are you thinking of moving? Or are you in the process of shipping dining room furniture to another state or country? Then you might be wondering what the best way to pack a dining room set to protect them from damage is. 

Like all the other furniture in the house, dining chairs need to be carefully packed and protected when moving. But the good news is, preparing dining chairs for a move is pretty straightforward. All you need is to prepare the right materials and figure out whether they are detachable or not. If they are detachable, you can decide whether to detach them or wrap them whole. 

Whatever your decision is, we have provided a step-by-step guide below on how to pack both disassembled and full dining chairs.  

How to Prepare Dining Chairs for Wrapping

So how do you wrap dining chairs for moving? Well, before you can start wrapping your dining chairs, you need to go through these steps to prepare. 

How To Wrap Dining Chairs For Moving

Step 1: Cleaning

Naturally, you want to start life in your new home on a clean slate, literally. The last thing you want is to drag dirt and dust into your new space. Therefore, before anything else, start by thoroughly wiping down the chairs to remove any dirt and dust. Use water and a mild detergent to wipe the sitting area, the back of the legs, and underneath the chair. 

Give the chairs time to dry before you go to the next step. 

Step 2: Disassemble 

If possible, disassemble the chairs (this will depend on the type of chairs you have). To confirm if you can disassemble them, turn the chair over and inspect underneath the seat to see if the legs can come off quickly and safely. 

If the legs are permanently fixed on the chair, do not attempt to remove them, as this will damage them. If they are removable  (have visible screws and bolts), use a screwdriver to detach them from the seat carefully. Ensure to keep the nuts, bolts, screws, and other fastening materials safe to avoid losing them. 

Wrapping Dining Chairs for Moving

Now that you have already prepared your chairs for wrapping, it is now to get to the actual work. We have prepared a guide for both disassemble chairs and non-disassembled chairs. 

Wrapping non-disassembled dining chairs

If your chairs are not detachable, then can easily wrap them whole using furniture blankets. You can also use the same method if you have detachable chairs, but you choose not to disassemble them. Here is how to wrap and pack full dining chairs:

  1. Place a clean furniture blanket (or an old blanket) on the floor.
  2. Place a chair on top (one at a time). Place the chair diagonally with the top of the chair facing you. 
  3. Cover the back of the seat with one corner of the blanket. 
  4. Now cover the left and right sides of the chair while pulling the blanket between the legs of the chair. 
  5. Now take the hanging sides of the blankets that stretches out and then fold them inward and up between the legs of the chair, wrapping them tightly. 
  6. Now put the chair back to an upright position and finish up wrapping the remaining loose ends. 
  7. Now use a packing take all over the seat to snugly secure the blanket on so it does not come off and damage the chair during the move. 
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Wrapping disassembled dining chairs

Good for you if you successfully disassemble your chairs. Now let’s wrap them. 

  1. Label your chairs and their legs. The last thing you need is to start figuring out which leg goes where while assembling the chairs in your new home. So use sticky pads (or whatever sticky material you have) to number the chair and number its legs 1, 2, 3, 4. 
  2. Number the legs such that you know what seat it belongs to and which side it goes. For example, you can use the same sticky notes to number the spaces on the chairs where each leg is attached. 
  3. Now wrap each leg in bubble wrap and secure it with packing tape. This will help protect the legs from damage while moving. 
  4. Now follow the same process as wrapping a non-disassembled seat above to wrap the legless chair. Wrap them in blankets, ensuring all the parts are covered, and then finish up by wrapping them with packing tape. 


Amidst all the stress and anxiety of moving, do not let packing dining chairs be a source of frustration. Protecting your precious chairs is not difficult at all. Thankfully, you now know all there is to know about how to wrap dining chairs for moving. 

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Checklist When Moving To A New Apartment

It is time to move into an apartment. Maybe you are moving out of your parents’ house or dorm room and getting into your first apartment. You are excited, and you are probably thinking, ‘it’s gonna be smooth sailing from here on’. Well, probably! Or probably not! 

At least not entirely. Before you get all delighted, let first ensure you have all the essentials. Ensure you know all there is to know about the move—know the whos, whens, where, and what to-dos of moving apartments. 

To help you prepare, we have designed this ultimate checklist when moving to a new apartment to help you through the process. 

Checklist When Moving To A New Apartment

8 Weeks Before the Move

You want to start the preparations early. Do not wait until it is too late to start, as this will only get you overwhelmed and inconvenienced. So, 8 weeks before the move, start preparations with the following:

  • Give notice. Most landlords need at least 30 days’ notice before a move. However, it helps to notify the landlord now. Giving notice as early as possible can help get you on the landlord’s good graces, which can later work to your advantage.
  • Prepare a ‘moving preparation’ folder. This will come in handy to help you get prepared. It can be a computer folder, a file, or just a notebook. This is where you will record all the paperwork related to the move. 
  • Summarise all the basic details for the move. Research and summarize all the crucial information related to your move. Find out the legal requirements, the old and new landlord rules, etc.
  • Tally the numbers. The move needs money. Take your time and draw a comprehensive budget.

7 Weeks Before the Move

After the initial preparations, it is now time for the next steps. So this week:

  • Find a mover or a moving truck. It might seem like too early to book a mover, but moving companies book out pretty fast—especially during the high season. So do your research on the moving company and any official paperwork you need to prepare. If you are moving DIY, it is time to start looking for a rental moving truck. 

6 Weeks Before the Move

  • Schedule your move with the movers. If you are not sure of any details, discuss with the movers to allow for changes. 
  • Submit the necessary paperwork. Now it is time to submit all the paperwork you researched the previous week—things like parking permits, curbside-use applications, etc.
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5 Weeks Before the Move

This week the move is getting more accurate. 

  • Prepare the moving supplies. This is the right time to start looking for essential packing supplies. You can shop around for offers and discounts to save you a few coins. 
  • Organise a car boot sale. If you don’t want to move with anything, it is time to make a few dollars—an easy way to recoup some of the moving costs.

4 Weeks Before the Move

Now things are getting more serious. It is time to get down to business.

  • Handle a change of address notifications. It is time to start notifying your service providers of the move. Cancel service to the old home and organize for the new house. 
  • Get your pet prepared. If you are moving long-distance, you might need to take your pet to a vet to acquire the necessary vaccines and certificates. 
  • Send in your work leave application (or resignation). It is time to request time off work and notify your boss that you are resigning. 
  • Sort out the home/renter’s insurance. Notify the insurer of the move and request a policy transfer to your new home. 

3 Weeks Before the Move

In this week, it helps to start:

  • Decluttering. If you have made a car boot sale already. You have probably already gotten rid of most of the clutter you do not need. However, it helps to do another deep dive and ensure that you only have what is worth moving with.
  • Donate. Donate as much as you need to.
  • Call the cleaners. If you don’t want to do the cleaning yourself, it is time to schedule the cleaners. 
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2 Weeks Before the Move

  • Give the movers another call. Assuming you now have all the details figured out, it is time to call the movers to confirm the details with them. 
  • Start packing. Believe it or not, you always have more stuff than you think. So do not think it is too early to start packing.

Moving week

Dedicate this week to finish packing. For efficiency, try packing one room at a time. In addition, tie up all the loose ends: 

  • Check if anything needs repairs. 
  • Change your address with the banks, credit card companies, and other relevant entities.
  • Prepare bills for tips.
  • Check the new apartment. If possible, do a run-through of the new home. Check for anything that needs fixing, check for areas that need cleaning, etc. Also, pick the keys.
  • Make last-minute confirmations. Check the permits, the movers, meeting places and times, etc. 
  • Prepare the fridge. The fridge needs special care during a move. Ensure you prepare beforehand to avoid frustration during the moving day. 

Moving day

Congratulations! The day is finally here, and you are ready. After you move your belongings, you might only need to let the cleaners do their work and then do a final walk-through of the old home to ensure you leave it in good condition. 

If you followed the above apartment moving checklist, the whole process might have been a lot easier if not enjoyable. 

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Good luck in your new home.

Change of Address Checklist: Who to Notify When You Move

A lot goes into a successful move. In addition to months of looking for a new home, acquiring boxes, packing, hiring a moving truck (or contracting professional movers), you will need to notify various people/entities of your change of address—and not just your family and friends. 

You can notify them even after the move. However, it is advisable to do it as soon as possible to avoid the hassle of service errors or missing bills.  

Are you unsure where to start and who to notify when you move? Here is a list of addresses to change when moving that will help you determine who you need to give a heads up about your change of location. 

Who to Notify When You Move

Gas and electricity

You will need gas and electricity in your new home. Therefore, you need to make this notification as soon as you find the new address and confirm the day you will be moving—or you risk getting into your new home without electricity or gas. 

Also, while registering your new address, remember to arrange it in such a way that service in your old place stops on the day you move. 


This is the same as gas and electricity. Notify the provider that you have changed locations and will not use the utility beyond the date you move. 

Other Utilities

Even with water, gas and electricity set, other utilities could lead to frustrations if not set in your new home beforehand. These include: 

  • Internet
  • Cable
  • Phone services
  • Garbage and recycling
  • Sewer services, etc

Post Office

After setting your utilities, the other top priority is to notify the United States Postal Services of your change of address. This will ensure that all mails—including mail to your old address—are forwarded to your new address. 

Plan to do it at least a week before you move so that there is no gap between when you move and when the mail forwarding service starts. You can easily update your address online here

Tax agencies and Social Security Administration

It is important to notify all the necessary government agencies of your address change—you can easily do this online. For your state tax agency, check online on their site for directions on updating the changes. 

The IRS has a simple online form to notify them of the address changes. The same applies to the Social Security Administration


Notify your employer of the change of address so they can update your official contact information. This will ensure that your cheques, pay stubs, tax forms, and other relevant details are sent to the right place. 

Change of Address Checklist when You Move

Bank, Credit Card Company and Loan Providers

Check online for information on updating the changes on your bank and credit card company. While at it, do not forget to check how to send this information to your loan providers. You are moving but not running away from your responsibilities. 

Insurance providers

As a priority, contact your home/renter’s insurance providers and let them know of the changes and where to transfer the cover. If you are moving to a rental, keep in mind that some landlords need proof of the insurance cover. So ensure that the changes are taken care of beforehand. 

While at it, do not forget to update:

  • health insurance, 
  • dental insurance, 
  • car insurance, 
  • and life insurance

Memberships and subscriptions

Update the changes on all the services you are signed up with and organisations you are involved in. These include:

  • Online shopping services like Amazon and eBay.
  • Magazines and subscription services
  • Clubs and organisations, e.g. Costco

Family and friends

Last but not least, let the people who care about you know that you have moved. You can send a generic email to everyone on your contact list, or if you want to be more eccentric, you can design unique change of address cards and send them to the people you care about. 


Moving can be hectic. In addition, notifying all the necessary parties of the changes can be time-consuming. But it needs to be done and in good time. This will ensure that all these parties can update the changes to avoid problems like missing mail, missing a service, etc. 

Remember, although it is tiresome to make these notifications, it is even harder to track down missing or lost items. So the above change of address checklist when moving will help you keep track of this and stay on top of your game. 

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How To Write A Moving Notice To The Landlord

No one can stay in a single rental forever. So, at least once in your life, you will need to move (and probably hire professional movers). It can be to your own house or another rental. You can do the whole moving process by yourself by renting moving services from a moving company. 

Whatever the case, you need to worry about more than finding a new place, packing, and transporting your stuff to a new home. This includes how to communicate your intentions to your landlord. 

Providing your landlord with proper legal notice to terminate your lease is most times a lease requirement and will ensure you do not lose your security deposit or face a legal charge. Read on to find out how and when to provide your landlord with a moving notice—a lease termination letter template. 

Write A Moving Notice To The Landlord

When to Give an Official Notice That You’re Moving Out

Before contacting a full-service moving company to start your moving plans, it is crucial to first communicate with the landlord.

If you are on a month-to-month lease, the landlord-tenant law requires you to give a 30-day notice to the landlord before moving. However, the actual period depends on the terms of the lease agreement and the legal requirements of your specific state.  The notice period is meant to protect the landlord and allow time to find a new tenant.

Long-term/yearly leases can not terminate the contract halfway through but have the right not to renew the contract once the term lapses. However, the law also requires the tenant to give the landlord a 30-day notice before the expiry of the lease. This also varies from one state to the other. 

How to Give the Notice

The best way to deliver the ease termination letter is through a written hard copy and deliver it to the landlord in person. This will ensure no mishaps or leave you wondering if the message was received. 

However, you can also send the letter through registered mail or e-mail. 

How to Write Your Lease Termination Letter

A lease termination letter/moving notice is a legal document. Therefore, you should ensure that it contains all the necessary information. The main thing to pay close attention to is the dates. In addition, ensure the rest of the information is succinct and straight to the point. 

The general information to include is:

  1. The premises address.
  2. The landlord’s name.
  3. The date you are submitting the notice.
  4. The date you will move.
  5. A clear statement indicating that you intend to terminate the contract and move.
  6. A statement stating that you provide the 30-day notice (or the days stipulated on the agreement) with the notice. 
  7. Provide your new address or a means to contact you after you move. 
  8. Forwarding information for your security deposit (maybe your bank account). 
  9. Also, if you are breaking the lease and there are penalties involved, ensure to mention this in the letter. 
  10. Do not forget to append your signature to the letter.
Notice To The Landlord Before Your Move

Notice to Vacate Letter Template

Here is a moving notice letter to help frame your own notice. 

[Your Name]

[Your Full Address including House Number]

[Today’s Date]

Re: Official Notice to Vacate

Dear [name and/or company]

[Landlord’s or property management company full address]

Paragraph 1: State your intention to move and state the date (Don’t forget to mention the property you are moving from). 

Paragraph 2: Mention the notice days requirements as per the lease agreement. And add any necessary information. For example, if you are required to carry out repairs or return the property keys, mention when you will do this. 

Paragraph 3: mention your security deposit and provide forwarding information, including where and how you can be contacted.

[Your New Full Address including House Number]

[Your Phone Number]


[Your Name] (typed)

[Your Signature]

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How To Put Together Moving Boxes

Ever wondered why professional movers are much more efficient in packing than we are? One of the reasons is that they are experts at putting packing boxes together. 

When moving, one of the most crucial steps is correctly assembling the packing boxes. As mundane as this may sound, not all of us know the correct way to assemble moving boxes. But the last thing you need amind the stresses of moving is to have the content of your package fall through–especially if it is holding a precious item like a family heirloom.  

How To Put Together Boxes during the Move

If you are reading this, you probably don’t know the first thing about assembling a packing box. But dont sweat it. You came to the right place, and this is a skill that you can master easily. So continue reading to learn how to put together a moving box correctly. 

How to Correctly Fold a Cardboard Storage/Moving Boxes

Note that packing boxes come in a flattened position (whether you are purchasing online or from your local hardware store, they all come flat). So here is how to work your way from flat cardboard to a functional packing box.  

What you will need:

  1. Cardboard box
  2. Packing tape. Preferably a heavy-duty, weather-resistant tape that comes with a dispenser to make the application easier. 
  3. Scissors or a knife. You might not need this if the tape has a dispenser. 
Packing Moving Boxes


  1. Sit the flattened cardboard box upright. The topside is the side that is connected to the smaller cardboard tabs. Otherwise, find the sign that indicates the top side. 
  2. Once you have identified the topside, now fold the flaps all the way down until they touch the sides of the box. 
  3. Now open the box so that it is no longer flat. To do this, pull the corner to the opposite side to create a rectangular, 3D shape. (the top flaps should remain folded down even after opening the box. 
  4. Now flip the box so that the folded flaps are now on the bottom. 
  5. First, fold the two small flaps inwards towards each other. Then fold the big flaps the same way but on top of the small flaps. 
  6. Use the packing tape and tape straight over the seam of the big flap to secure them into place. Extend the tape 2-3” on each side of the box.

    Note: DO NOT use other types of tape like cellophane tape as these are less secure. 
  7. Add an extra layer or two of tape on the seams to provide extra safety (the taping doesn’t need to lay perfectly on the seams).  
  8. Flip the box over.
  9. Once you are done packing, repeat steps 5, 6, and 7 on the top side. 
  10. Ensure to label your boxes with the name of the room you will be unpacking it, and if there is anything flagile in it, it helps to label the box flagile so the moving company can know to handle it with care. Most importantly, 


Professional movers know not to put ten boxes worth of stuff in one box. Maybe this is one of the reasons why they are better at it than we are. However, you can do it too. Before you pack your box, ensure to check the maximum weight it can hold and ensure not to exceed this weight. 

However, remember that most moving services offer full-service moving packages that will remove this step from your worries. Hence, check in with your local movers or interstate movers to inquire about their services. 

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How To Fold A Mattress For Moving

During the packing stage of moving, you will realise that some of your belongings do not fit neatly into the expected spaces, and moving them can be tricky. For example, mattresses are enormous and weirdly shaped, making them incredibly difficult and awkward to transport or store. So how can you make it better? Can you fold and shape a mattress? 

Yes, you can fold a mattress. However, it can be difficult if you do not know what you are doing. And although some furniture movers or moving services do the packaging for you, it is important to know how to do it yourself. This article gives you tips and tricks to help you successfully fold your mattress when moving. 

How To Fold A Mattress For Moving

Folding a Mattress

Before we get into it, it is essential to note that it is not advisable to fold innerspring or foam mattresses thicker than 6”. Ideally, foam mattresses should be vacuum-packed and rolled up instead of folding. 

The innerspring mattress should never be folded and should be moved as it is. Folding an innerspring mattress will not only be difficult (naturally, the mattress will want to spring back to its original flat position), but even if you successfully fold it, there is a risk of damaging the spring coils and the border rod inside. 

Thinner foam and latex mattresses can be folded in half (fold it lengthwise with top and bottom touching. If in doubt, check with your movers for advice on how to package your mattress correctly. 

Note: Try not to keep the mattress folded for a long time. 

So, here is how to fold a mattress. 

What you will need:

  1. Help (A family member or a friend)
  2. Tie-down straps or rope
  3. Mattress bag or a plastic sheet


  1. With the help of your friend or family member, put the mattress in the mattress bag (or cover it with a plastic sheet). 
  2. Fold the mattress in half with the top and bottom touching. One person will need to hold it in place to keep it folded.
  3. Now use the tie-down straps or rope to tie the mattress into place. If you are using a rope, try to make a taut-line hitch knot. With this knot, the tension of the mattress will do the rest of the work for you. Here is a video illustrating how to make a taut-line hitch knot:
  1. Now seal off the bag or plastic sheet. Ensuring that the ends of the mattress’s top and bottom are as tight as they can be, now tightly tuck in the edges of the bag to make a neat tight snug. You can use packing tape to finish this step if you like. 
How To Move The Mattress

How to Vacuum-Pack a Foam Mattress

If you have a foam mattress, you might need to vacuum seal it instead of folding it. However, it is advisable to check the mattress warranty and see if vacuum sealing it at home is manufacturer-advised.  Once you have confirmed, here is how to seal it:

What you will need:

  • Vacuum
  • Vacuum bag
  • Packing tape
  • Ratchet straps or rope
  • Mattress bag or plastic sheet
  • scissors


  1. Place the mattress into a mattress bag and seal it using the packing tape.
  2. Remove the valve from the vacuum bag and draw an outline of it on the mattress bag.
  3. Using the scissors, cut out the outline.
  4. Place the valve on the hole and tape it shut to prevent air escapes.
  5. Now use the vacuum on the valve to suck out the air.
  6. Now start rolling up the mattress and hold it in place using the ratchet straps or rope. You might need help to complete this step.  


It can be challenging to get it right when packing to move long distances. However, do not sweat it. Some moving companies offer full-service moving solutions that include taking care of your mattress packaging. Just check with your local movers to see what is included in their services.

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How To Pack A Synthesizer For Moving

When moving, the last thing you want is something precious like your antique acoustic piano or your digital keyboard breaking due to inadequate packaging. Musical instruments can be pretty delicate. If not carefully handled when moving, they can easily break. 

So if you are not hiring a full-service moving service, how do you ensure that your keyboard gets to its new home safely? Here are tips and tricks to help you package your keyboard DIY safely and avoid any accidents.

How To Pack A Synthesizer For Moving

Choose the Right Packaging

Portable pianos are made for easier transportation – hence the name. However, you must pack it with great care to avoid causing damage. Consider investing in a keyboard hard case for long trips, e.g., interstate moving, or if you are using it for regular traveling gigs and moving it a lot. Otherwise, ensure to use a hard-sided soft case or, at the very least, a padded keyboard bag.

The right packaging is the first step to ensuring that you transport your instrument safely while moving.

Disassemble Your Musical Instrument

After choosing the proper packaging, the next step is to disassemble your synthesizer. The process should follow the instrument’s manufacturer’s instructions. However, it typically involves separating the keyboard from the console and separating the legs, pedals, and music stand.

There are many instructions and tutorials on how to dismantle a keyboard online.

Protect the Keys and Stay Organized

A piano’s keys are the most delicate part of the whole instrument. So while dismantling it, handle it with care as even the slightest mishap can break off the ends of the keys and cause significant damage. 

Also, remember ti stay as organized as possible. You do not want to get to your final destination and find that a part of your instrument is missing or was forgotten.

How To Pack A Piano For Moving

Now Pack Your Keyboard

Now that your keyboard is dismantled and ready, it is time to pack it. You need to ensure that you use enough padding to have the instrument snug fit inside the package to ensure it doesn’t slide and jack around during transport.

Note: Even with a hard case, you still need padding.

Here is a step-by-step guide:

What you will need:

  1. Package (a hard case, a soft case, or a keyboard bag)
  2. Bubble wrap
  3. Packing peanuts (or any packing material of your choice)
  4. Packing tape
  5. Scissors 


  1. Ensure that your case or box is the right size for your keyboard. It should have 2-3” around all dimensions of your instrument. 
  2. Bubble wrap your keyboard with 2-3 layers of wrap and tape it into place using the packing tape. 
  3. Place the power chord on the portable pianos and make 2 more layers of bubble wrap. 
  4. Place 2-3” of packing peanut into the box or case and slide the instrument in. 
  5. Now line all sides snug with the packing peanuts. 

Note: A quick test to see if the keyboard is safely packaged is to check if the package passes the shake test. If there is no movement in the package when you shake it, you are good to go.


If in doubt, consort a professional (your moving company should be able to help or recommend a qualified professional). Some local movers also provide full-service moving, which includes professional packaging.  It is especially crucial to talk to a professional when you are moving long-distance, e.g., to another state.

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How to Pack Jewelry for Moving

The far more challenging objects to transport aren’t always the heaviest or bulkiest. Small possessions are the easiest to lose. In the case of jewelry, this is particularly true. You won’t be able to bring all of your jewelry with you, all at the same time, if you have a significant collection. 

When you’re not cautious enough, you might discover your necklaces in a tight, interwoven ball and part of your accessories lost when you move in. Furthermore, you would rather not be inclined to consider several more belongings on you while on full-service moving. 

That’s why you should use the following moving jewelry packing recommendations for an efficient and effective moving service.

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Step 1: Take Into Account a Jewelry Roll

If you have a limited jewelry collection, these things are ideal. The jewelry roll is frequently used when traveling, but it is also useful when moving. It’s excellent for a modest to medium-sized jewelry collection, with distinct pockets and the ability to roll in on itself. You can also buy a few rolls if you need them.

Step 2: Buttons for Earrings

Having lost an earring is among the most annoying aspects of wrapping and transporting accessories. However, if you have extra buttons, you can use one for two earrings. All you have to do now is feed the earring through the button, and you’re done.

Step 3: Make Use of Pill Cases

Pill containers are ideal for discretely storing tiny objects. If you prefer or are available, you can use an egg carton. Still, the pillbox is more favorable because it’s secure and will not open accidentally during the move.

Step 4: Protect Your Armoire

If you’ve stored your prized possessions in an armoire, inspect to make sure the drawers are locked. This prevents it from opening during the transfer and spilling its contents, including your valuables, all over the place.

Step 5: Individual Items Should be Kept Safe

When packaging jewelry, make sure to pack each piece separately. Cover every bit in tissue paper before putting it into a plastic container. If you have precious jewelry that you wish to preserve against scratching, such as gold, which is quickly damaged, make sure you do this.

Step 6: Wrap it in Plastic Wrap and Secure it With a Rubber Band

Place plastic wrap over a small dish of jewels and fasten it with an elastic band if you’ve had a relatively minor collection.

How to Move Jewelry

Step 7: Perform Inventory Check

Before packing, make a list of everything you have, and then go over the invoice when you arrive.

Step 8: Use Notebook Spiral Binding

You can use a spiral notebook binder or a spring for this technique. After feeding your necklaces through the straws, hook the clasp to one of the spiral loops. 

Everything will be in order and easier to protect as a result. You won’t have to stress opening your jewelry box and discovering a tangle of necklaces if you follow these packing instructions.

Step 9: Items to Keep in Your Bag

Some professional local movers and interstate movers will refuse to transport valuables such as jewelry. Insurance is frequently the reason for this. Jewelry, when lost, can be costly to replace for a mover, so keep it with you whenever possible.


Attention to minor details can make a massive difference when getting ready to relocate. Not only that meticulously packing your jewelry ensure that you don’t lose a priceless family heirloom, but it will also save you from mind-shattering hassles and frustration.

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How to Prepare for Movers

Relocating necessitates a great deal of planning. When it comes to packing your belongings and organizing your moving, it’s easy to overlook the carriers themselves.

Your moving company, on the other hand, will be prepared to take the action on the route on transporting day. Make sure you’ve properly equipped for the movers ahead of schedule to get your relocation off to a good start. 

Don’t forget to bring extra income for tips and kennels for your pets to the last minute. We’ve provided different basic steps you may ready for local movers or interstate movers before they show up on the important day to make things easy.

How to Prepare for Movers

 Step 1: Pack your belongings appropriately

If your moving does not include packing services, you will be responsible for adequately packing most of your possessions before the movers get there. Before you begin packing, double-check that you do have the appropriate materials and supplies. Regarding your rooms, you’ll have to provide:

  1. separators
  2. foam pouches
  3. cardboard boxes for vulnerable stuff
  4. robust
  5. corrugated boxes of all sizes and etc.

 Step 2: Check your items will fit through the doorway

A professional moving service will almost certainly be capable of moving your belongings from your previous place to your new one without difficulty. If the doorways are very narrow or your stuff is particularly hefty and huge, your movers may require advance notice. 

This allows them to plan ahead of schedule and provide the appropriate resources for your relocation. Make sure your furniture, instruments, and other big things will fit through your entrance or window by measuring them.

 Step 3: Make provisions for your pets

On moving day, make sure you have a strategy in place for your pet. Consider the fact that the movers will have to be able to load and unload their trucks with the front door completely open. 

However, this will make it even easier for wandering pets to go somewhere. That’s why it’s critical to confine your dog or cat to a single place during the relocation. 

We suggest either hiring somebody to keep an eye on your pet or limiting them to one area with a doorway gate. This will not only prevent your pet from fleeing, but it will also prevent your movers from falling over or stepping on your pet.

Step 4: Make preparations and secure your home

It’s up to you to adequately prepare and secure both your new and old house before the movers get there. If it rains, snows, ices, or sleets, you’ll have to protect your home from water leaks. We recommend putting huge covers or tarps at the doorways, on the doorsteps, in the foyer, and in the hallway to prevent tracking mud through the door. 

To minimize damage, we suggest covering wooden floors with covers or a tarp regardless of the weather. If the weather makes your doorsteps or walkways slick, we recommend using salt in ice or snowy circumstances.

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Step 5: Inform the movers about parking

Parking is a basic yet crucial aspect that is frequently ignored during the relocation process. Nevertheless, believe me when we say that it will be on your movers’ minds on moving day.

On the important day, the driver will most probably call you to let you know they are on their way and to inquire where you want to park. 

You’ll need to ensure the movers have a place to park their enormous truck if you haven’t already worked it out with a contact at the moving company. If you’re not parking around your own driveway, you’ll need a parking permit for the street or official approval to park in a private driveway.

 Step 6: Make sure you have some cash on hand for tipping

What nicer way to express your gratitude for movers who go over and above than with some cash? Make sure you have cash on hand even before movers arrive.

While tipping recommendations differs depending on who you ask, many professionals suggest giving your movers 5% of the whole price or a decent flat charge. 

A local moving may cost $20 per person, a long range move $30 to $40 per person, and a long range move driver $50 to $100. Of course, your tip must reflect the quality of service provided and the satisfaction levels you received at the conclusion of your relocation.

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