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Smooth CV1 Removal Process is Possible with Proper Preparation

Smooth CV1 Removal Process is Possible with Proper Preparation

03 September 2014

Making the laborious task of moving house at all bearable seems like a laughable task. It takes time, costs money and stresses even the most peaceful of individuals out. That said, there are plenty of ways to quicken cheapen and calm down the move, from using the best CV1 movers for you, to doing things yourself, many hints and tips seem to contradict each other in terms of having to choose between cutting costs, cutting quality and saving time. One way of making everything work harmoniously however, is proper planning. Knowing exactly what to expect from your move CV1 means that you can be prepared for every potential outcome, avoiding each problem as it arises. The only way in which you can give yourself this sort of preemptive approach is to start planning well in advance, perhaps even a month or so for larger moves.

Begin with a few weeks to go, and make a full list of everything that you can possibly think that you may need to do during the lead up to the move, as well as how you want things to go on the big day. Take some time to work out how the unpacking process should go as well, as you may think that the job ends once the removal men leave, but the unpacking process can be a long and laborious one if not prepared for.

Once you have your list, run it under the nose of your friends and family, to make sure that there is nothing that you have missed out. You should embrace help where you can get it, because spreading the load of certain jobs will make everything that little bit easier. Many people are keen to make sure that no one else is involved, whether through selflessness or pride, it can be the downfall for anyone organizing a big job like a house move.

When you have your list made up, allocate each job according to the amount of time that it needs. For instance, you should book your CV1 removal team as soon as you have the date for the move set in stone. Therefore, that task should be at the beginning of your timetable for the move. When you are putting things in, make sure that you give yourself enough time to get them completed, but also be aware that certain things will only take a few minutes. When doing little tasks like switching your electricity or gas over to the new house, then it should rarely take more than ten minutes or so. With that in mind, you should not be allocating a whole two hour slot to it, as you could be using that sort of time to pack boxes or make further arrangements. You should find that if you have left yourself enough time, and you plan cleverly, that you only need to spend an hour or so each evening getting things sorted out, and will be able to tackle small problems as they come, rather than all at once on the day before the move!

Draw up a plan of the new house, and sketch in where you want your larger furniture to go. Give a copy of this sketch to the head of the removals team, and it will hopefully save you time with moving things later on, once you are getting the new place sorted. Give some thought to the actual day as well, alongside timings and parking allocations for the new place, the last thing you need on your first day at a new house is a massive parking fine!

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