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Preperation is Key!

Preperation is Key!

With your moving day just around the corner, you are aware that after weeks of planning and organizing the moving adventure is about to commence. The moment you’ve been anticipating for so long is getting closer and you will finally settle into your new home. But, in the meantime, you will have to plan for and overcome all moving day challenges and potential difficulties. No one said that planning a household move is an easy task, but if you are organized and utilize available resources your relocation should go smoothly.

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Packing - DIY

Packing - DIY

You can never start packing too early, last minute rushed packing can lead to mishaps. Don’t cut corners by under-packing. If you wish to save costs by doing it yourself make sure you use quality packing materials for the job.

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Pre-move Checklist

Pre-move Checklist

Who said moving is stressful, tough and difficult? Well, it can be if you do it on your own. Crown Relocations ACT can take the stress and difficulty out of the task for you with a stress free removal. Whether you are relocating overseas, interstate, country or locally, moving is a piece of cake with Crown. We have put together a pre-removal checklist to go over once you have booked your move in.

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Removal Tips

Preparing
  • Regard moving as an opportunity to get rid of belongings you no longer need. Consider making ”donate” and “sell” piles in each room for things you could do without.
  • People have a tendency to keep outdated paperwork for a very long time. Realise that paper is very heavy . Do yourself a favour and get rid of any outdated documents prior to moving..
  • Make sure you have a generous supply of packaging tape, scissors, markers and labels.
  • Defrost your refrigerator in time for moving day.
Packing and Labeling
  • Label boxes on all sides so you can see what it contains in a stack without having to move everything around.
  • Clearly mark boxes containing fragile goods.
  • Pack a suitcase with clothes and toiletries like you’re going on a trip for a few days.
  • Make sure pets have ID tags on their collars.

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