Your moving timeline part 2


Preparation is the key to a smooth, successful move.

Getting organized and prepared is the very best way to take the stress out of your move. At AAA Insta-Move, we provide a wide variety of moving services in Florida that will make your move easy, but nothing can fully replace proper preparation. That is why, in our last blog, we gave you a moving timeline of activities that you should complete from week 8 to week 5. The following is your timeline for weeks 4 and 3:

4 Weeks Before Moving Day

  • If you are renting, most landlords require a 30-day notice when you plan to move out, so now is the time to let your landlord know that you are moving.
  • Talk to your utility company for your current home and your new home so that you aren’t charged for utilities after you leave and they are available for you when you move in.
  • Packing can be a long process, so starting early will only help you. Only pack nonessentials at this stage, and make sure to clearly label boxes.

3 Weeks Before Moving Day

  • Contact your insurance company so that your policy is ready to be transferred to your new home on moving day.
  • If you are moving long distance, make sure that your vehicles are ready to make the journey.
  • Go to the USPS website and fill out a change of address form. You should also notify your creditors and bank about your move.
  • Make a plan for your pets and plants during your move.
  • Plan a menu for the next few weeks so that you can use any food items that you can’t or don’t want to move. The goal is to have as little as possible in your freezer or refrigerator on moving day.

Learn about what you should be doing during the last couple of weeks before moving day when you stay tuned for our next blog.


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