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Top 3 moving Mistakes to Avoid

Top 3 moving Mistakes to Avoid

April 15, 2014 7:45 am45 comments

Moving To A New House

Whether you’re moving to a new house within the same city or relocating to a different state, the process of moving can be a bit complicated. There are many potential risks and people tend to make a lot of mistakes when they move. Here are some of the most common moving mistakes you’d do well to avoid:

1. Failure to Plan

Planning is the key to a smooth and stress-free move. When you fail to make a plan for every stage of the moving process, you are likely to forget such details as cancelling cable subscriptions and notifying credit card companies of your new address. These may be small details, but they can cause a lot of hassle in the future. Failure to plan could also result in spending a lot more than you would if the move had been planned well in advance.

2. Failure to Get Estimates

You don’t buy a car without asking how much it costs beforehand, right? And you don’t buy a house without checking and comparing a number of different houses, right? In the same way, you shouldn’t hire a moving company without getting estimates and comparing the services of a number of different companies. Like if you are moving to or within Melbourne, ask for a quote from several removalists Melbourne and select the ones that offer¬†the best packages (prices considered, of course). This helps you choose¬†the right movers and get your money’s worth.

3. Failure to Check for Insurance

You never know when accidents will happen. In case they do occur and some of your things get damaged or lost, you’d at least want to get compensated for your loss, right? It’s best to know in advance if the moving company has insurance that covers such instances or if you’ll have to get your belongings insured separately.

Just Moved To A New House

These are just some of the things you need to bear in mind if you need to move to a new home. Remember, it’s those little details that can cause so much stress when taken for granted.