When you start to pack up your belongings for moving to a new place, you should probably keep in mind that packing is a process that deserves patience and perfect planning. Very often, people procrastinate and leave the packing until the last minute, which can result in lost or damaged belongings.
It might seem like a maze which can’t be solved, but the good news is, there is rhyme and reason to it all. After serving for a long time in the market our experts have discovered some effective points which can ease your process of moving. Here’s a brief look at what to pack first when moving to a new place.
Remember, you should moving checklist or calendar according to your schedule. If you’re not pre-packing, starting with minor items roughly four weeks before of your moving day, you are probably getting late. Start packing “non-essential” things at this pre-packing phase, making sure to save the absolute daily necessities until last phase in the packing process.
At the same time to have to mentally prepared to mould your life according to moving schedule because some items will be getting packed time by time which you won’t be able to access until you move to your next destination.
The simple answer is the things which you haven’t touched for a two or three weeks is categorized as non-essential things.
For your better understanding the total moving phase is divided into 4 weeks; 4th and 3rd week is pre stage, 2nd week is mid stage and last 1 week final stage. You can read our blog on how to select the best date for relocation which might help you to get the service at a discounted price.