Long Distance Move Planner
A Long Distance move requires a bit more planning than just a move across town. If you’ve never moved to a new state before, or even if you have, you might be overwhelmed with trying to figure out what needs to be done and how far in advance to start prepping.
We have taken all the best advice the Moving industry professionals have to offer for families moving to a new state and laid it out in a 2 month To Do list. Take a peek-Long Distance Move Planner it seems much more manageable now, doesn’t it. It is a lot like the old saying: “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time”
The first ‘bite’ is a lot of planning and laying the groundwork for an easy move. Don’t skip this step- it’s is perhaps the most important and will make the rest of your move plan flow smoothly.
As your long distance move draws closer, there is some real action for you to take. Get your kids and spouse involved- this is not a job for one person! Kids as young as 4 can help pack their out of season clothing items among other things. By getting them involved in the process, it will be easier for them to grasp what’s going on.
Some of these planning tips may not apply to you- guess what that means? Your To Do list just got a bit shorter!
One of the most important steps is to get 2-3 move estimates from reputable movers. Since Interstate moves are based on weight and mileage- it’s EXTRA important that your estimate is as thorough and accurate as possible to eliminate any surprises on Move Day.