No one wants it. What to do with items that aren’t sell-able or donatable.
Consider Eating Your Pantry Soon. Not literally, we suggest consider using up your perishables in your pantry, fridge and freezer. Eat things like your canned foods, pasta’s and rices, bottled drinks and anything else you can finish before you move. Do the same with your frozen meat and vegies, if you don’t this will all be thrown away on moving day.
Your Accommodation and Transport. You can arrange your own transport and accommodation needs for your move. If you didn’t know, we can arrange your accommodation and car transport too.
Kids. Moving can present many dangers to children, particularly heavy items such as fridges and couches. To be on the safe side, we recommend arranging a friend or family to mind your kids for the day, leaving you and us free to concentrate on finishing the job as safely and efficiently as possible.
Pets. Now is the time to arrange transport for Puss and Rover. Some people are able to move their pets in their own car. We recommend you get a cage for cats as they are hard to contain and if they escape on moving day they will take off. Guess what… we can arrange pet transport for you too!
Keep in mind, we generally book out a week in advance; so now is time to secure your truck and ensure you align yourself with the best interstate removalists in Australia, get yourself an online quote or call 1300 221 314.
Start Packing & Give yourself enough time.
A safe goal is to have 50 per cent of your house and shed packed a week before your M-Day. This gives you the last week to pack the rest.
Start packing some non-essentials like books, laundry cupboards, photo frames, storage areas and shed paraphernalia.
Remember, if packing your own boxes seems overwhelming, don’t worry, we can provide professional packing service for you and it can work out cheaper than you might think.
Put aside a box or bag with a few screw drivers, allen keys, hammer, short and long nose pliers and some screws nails. This box will be saved for when are ready to start dismantling items.
Don’t pack the following items as we cannot legally move them. This includes
Insurance companies won’t cover fire or explosions caused by these products.
Don’t be tempted to use “FREE” boxes. They will just cost you more by making loading and unloading take longer and are less safe. Plastic tubs are expensive and often break when stacked, nothing is better than new professional moving cartons and we thoroughly recommend you use these for an interstate removal.
Ask a friendly salesman if he can do you a deal on your boxes, sometimes we run great specials!
If you breezing through this stuff, move on to part 6 of the checklist, it covers:
Alternatively, you may like to start at part 1 of the interstate moving checklist and work through all 8 parts.
Posted by Corey Smith