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Just follow these tips for an easy transition into your new home. Moving can be very stressfull. Paying attention to the little details is what is going to seperate your move from the average move. At FIJI MOVE we strive to make your moving experience excellent!
- "Wow hunny, our movers sure were amazing... Let's refer FIJI MOVE to our friends."
Consider having a garage sale, gift unwanted items to friends and neighbors or donate them to charities. You may be able to collect a tax receipt on the value of your donation.
Make a complete list of items to be moved. Decide which plants will come with you and which will stay behind.
Notify your post office, subscription publications, security company and any other correspondents of your moving date and provide them with your new address.
- "There they go. Easiest move yet."
Prepare a "safety box" for last on and first off the van. Include all essentials from your kitchen and bathroom as well as medications and first-aid supplies. Also, include a set of tools with a hammer, pliers, screwdrivers, nails and screws.
Prepare your children for the move by encouraging them to prepare their own special
treasure box with toys, games and snacks for the trip.
Make sure the water, furnace and air conditioner are shut off, windows are shut and locked, and the lights are switched off.
- "Can you believe how perfect these boxes are packed? Not one thing was damaged. Thank you FIJI MOVE."
Check your homeowner's insurance and make arrangements to renew your policy. You should contact an insurance company at your destination.
Research schools in your new neighborhood and register your children. Make arrangements to transfer all necessary school records.
Plan your moving date and take into consideration your travel plans and the closing date of your new home.
-"Now we know why they call you FIJI MOVE."
Put linens and pillows in dresser drawers to have handy for making up your beds the first night. Place draperies lengthwise on hangers and hang in a closet, the movers will place them in wardrobe cartons.
Keep your telephone connected throughout your moving day.
Contact utility companies to verify service start dates.
Have someone at the drop off location to direct the movers where you would like idioms to be placed.