Moving Tips Resources
Focusing on big picture items during your move can cause you to forget the small stuff – like unscrewing the light bulbs from your lamps when you pack them. Fortunately, there are plenty of moving tips out there to make sure you remember everything at every stage. Whether you need assistance with your move or you’re doing it yourself, we’ve found the right tips just for you.
Angi removes the anxiety from moving out of state with this insightful list of ideas, whether you plan to move yourself or want to hire a professional.
This guide has tips that you can print off and keep on hand during the move. It covers how to protect valuables and memories during the move, along with a list of bare essentials to keep with you on moving day.
Two Men and a Truck provide great tips on their Best Moving Tips page, but what makes the list truly great are the best questions to ask when interviewing moving companies.
Mayflower's Moving Checklist is a complete guide covering everything you need to remember for the two months leading up to the big day. The checklist also includes great tips about how to prevent loss or damage of your belongings during delivery day.
From purging your belongings to making sure your address change details are taken care of first, HowStuffWorks has laid out a moving plan that will help any mover in any stage of moving.
If you're working with a moving company, this is a good article about hidden expenses. It includes valuable questions to ask the moving company before you sign any papers.
Apartment Guide gives us a list of some of the most forgotten items in the typical budget. Read this article to make sure you don't get any surprise moving expenses when it comes time to pack up and go.
Have you taken inventory yet of all your belongings? Have you figured out how you’re going to save and earn money for your moving expenses? Updater has broken down how to create a moving budget for you and your family.
Money may be tight, but moving can still be a financially stress-free experience. If you’re moving on a tight budget, let Lifehacker help you cut corners so you can keep more in your pocket while moving your home.
Forbes breaks down every potential moving expense that may come your way, from packing services to moving insurance, and everything in between.
Packing & Supplies
Tired of reading articles and checklists? Check out U-Haul's video series about packing. They have videos on topics such as how to move dishes or flat-screen TVs and how to properly use a forearm forklift.
Real Simple shares their best ideas on how to best pack boxes like the moving pros. What makes this list unique are the sections on how to move fine art and the materials list.
This article provides you with information to compare and contrast the top moving container companies. This is a great place to start if you’re interested in all the packing and none of the driving.
Livability's Packing Checklist narrows down the simplest must-have moving supplies, including great suggestions on how to save money and time.
Why pay for boxes when you can get them for free? Home Cleaning Family will clue you in on 17 great places to find that free cardboard to help save some cash.
“Do-it-yourself” doesn't mean going it alone. Get time and money-saving tips as well as packing advice for your big move – courtesy of Home Advisor.
Looking to move for free or even make a profit? DIY Natural gives great advice about how to find materials on the cheap and how to sell old items before your move to do just that.
iMove takes you through an interactive tour of your home, providing everything you need to know about how to move some of the more unusual, bulky, and unique items you may have.
Houzz is one of the best home decorating sites on the web, and they also have great moving ideas. This article on the “10 Best Ways to Get Organized” is full of great information, including visuals for each tip.
In classic BuzzFeed fashion, this list explores some lesser-known but no less brilliant ideas for making your DIY move easier, complete with pictures and a little bit of humor.
Thanks to each of the sites listed here – and their creators – for making moving that much easier.
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