Take into account the time it will take to move from home. Help of a professional in the field could come in handy.
Make sure that the moving company is accountable if something goes wrong.
Keep in mind and handy before packing, the supplies needed to pack and protect your assets.
You need to know approximately how many people are needed to do the job less stressful.
Packing and labeling packages by departments of your home is easier at the time to accommodate the things in your new home.
Find out what type of vehicle you may need and which its requirements should be.
Ask the service providing company whether you can pay with a credit card so you can use the cash you have on hand in the most relevant things, such as the deposit of your new home.
Be sure to take the necessary measures if you are going to be moving during rainy season, in order not expose your property to get wet.
Ask your new landlord about the time frame to download in your new neighborhood or Tower, in order to avoid having a very hard time if you arrive later than allowed.
If you move to a tower, coordinate with security officers or managers to secure the elevators and avoid damage when moving your items.
Always ask yourself a question that needs to be done in each move and is the following: Do I really need all of these objects, clothing, household goods and furniture? The answer can be quite clear; there's always something we can get rid of for a better live in the new home. Discard anything you no longer use before packing, so you will save time, space and money. If there is something you have have not used or taken out of the box in 6 months, DON'T TAKE IT!
Request a few days off at work so you can do to everything with ease and make it less stressful.
Do not let a company without proper guarantees and policies to ensure your security do the move.
And if there is something we know is that people like discretion and no one likes their new neighbors see in detail what is being downloaded; so make sure that your mover provides packing service, so that people see only a package -this also to prevent thieves from seeing what things of value the new neighbor has.