Important Steps to Take Post Moving Day

Prior to moving day, you have spent a great deal of time planning, organizing and packing. When the big day finally arrives and the moving truck pulls up ready for action, you are probably more than ready to get the long, strenuous and stressful day ahead of you overwith so you can kick back and de-stress in your new home. But once moving day has drawn to a close and you look around your new place at the piles upon piles of boxes towering around you, you will quickly realize that you’ve only completed half of the moving battle. Before your stress level starts to creep back up, here are some ways to make the process much easier.

Steps to Take

There are five steps to take to officially complete your move:

  1. Unpack
  2. Shop
  3. Update registrations
  4. Eliminate packing supplies
  5. Write a review

Unpack

As you look around your new home, you probably feel a bit overwhelmed and wonder where you should start the post-move process. The best way to start is to begin unpacking. It probably sounds torturous to unpack all those boxes you just packed, but it must be done. The bright side is that unpacking is typically much easier than packing.

While you can tear into any old box, it’s a good idea to start with any “open first” boxes that contain the essentials you will need during those first few days after your move. These items will typically include toiletries, chargers, and some clothes.

Another thing you want to unpack first is your bed/bedding. If your bed requires assembly, the more promptly you tackle this task, the better! The last thing you want after a long and exhausting day of moving is to prepare for bed then realize your bed isn’t together and you can’t figure out where you packed your bedding. So make these items at the front of your unpacking list.

When packing for your move, you were probably told to pack one room at a time for the most efficiency. While you can do this when unpacking, a wiser choice may be to unpack a bit of each room at a time. This way you can distribute your time and effort into putting away all of your must-haves first while you organize and set up your new space.

Shopping

Moving into a new place is exciting. You probably have all sorts of ideas about decorating and can’t wait to get started. But before you start buying everything you see, opt for the better option – to take it slow. Take the time to really consider what items your new home needs. This is especially true when picking out expensive items like furniture that are difficult to decide upon and even harder to take back.

Another thing to think about is this: just because your home is new to you doesn’t mean you should only fill it with new things. Consider using items you’ve placed in storage. If you have a lot of stored items, removing some to use in your new place could mean you can pay less for a smaller storage unit.

After-Move Updates

If you moved to a new state, there will be a number of extra things you will need to take care of that someone who moved locally won’t. These things include:

  • Finding a local supermarket, pharmacy, hospital, school/daycare, doctor and dentist.
  • Collect numbers to the ER and nearest hospital, and police and fire stations.
  • Register your vehicle.
  • Renew your driver’s license.

Eliminate Packing Supplies

Don’t wait until you have officially unpacked your last moving box to begin clearing out empty, or leftover, packing supplies. Instead, clear them out as you go. Some boxes can be broken down and stored for future needs, while others can be tossed in the recycling bin. You may also want to ask around to see if anyone nearby is in need of boxes and supplies and is willing to take them off your hands.

Write a Review

When your move is finally all said and done, and there’s nothing left to do but enjoy your new home, you should consider writing a review on the moving company you used. Doing this while your move is fresh on your mind will make the task much easier. It is also an excellent way to inform others who are in the process of moving about your experience.

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Moving Guide: Tips for a Small-Scale Move

If you’ve ever experienced a home move before, you know it’s a stressful, chaotic and all around complicated process. Not only on your nerves, but also your bank account. While this is typically a true presumption, it’s a good idea to treat each and every moving situation uniquely. For example, a move across the ocean is very different than a move across town or moving a single piece of furniture down the street. Each type of relocation comes with a different set of needs and requirements. Even if you are faced with a mini move, it’s important to plan and prepare accordingly for the situation. You may even require expert help from qualified movers. To check out our useful small-scale moving guide, continue reading.

Small-Scale Moving Help

Full house moves are the most common type of relocation. But don’t let this lead you to believe that small moves don’t require professional moving help. Moving is difficult, no matter the size, and moving companies have services to meet all your needs. This includes small-moving help, both locally and long distance. Partial-load moving, or small-scale moving, is the ideal solution if your shipment is not large enough to fill a moving van.

Good to know: A small move is generally estimated to be up to about 1,000 pounds. For a shipment that falls below this weight mark, it is called a mini move. For a mini move, the most beneficial choice is to consider a partial-load moving service.

Advantages

One of the biggest advantages to opting for small-moving services is the cost. The cost of a large move is based on a number of things, including the total weight of your belongings. A small move, however, only requires you to pay for the items you are actually moving. This means no minimum weight requirements or hidden costs. It also includes both local and long-distance moves. How is the cost so low? The answer lies in efficiency. Movers strive for maximum efficiency when performing their job, and the best way to achieve this is by using moving trucks for dual purposes. When shipping a small – or partial – load, your items will share space inside a moving truck with other customers’ items. Sharing a truck means sharing transportation costs. As a result, the final price of a small move is based on the actual weight of your items and the relocation distance – not on pre-set charges.

Want to keep your small-moving costs as low as possible? Here are some tips:

  • Book movers early: When you first know of your impending move, go ahead and book a professional moving service. The earlier you book, the greater the flexibility for your movers to combine your shipment with someone else’s. This equals lower costs because you won’t have to pay for full use of a moving truck.
  • Move essentials only: When moving, it can be all too easy to take everything you own with you. However, the more items you relocate, the more stress you will endure, as well as the increased risk that your small move will turn into one that’s larger and much more costly.
  • Pack yourself: If you have the time and supplies – not to mention, the patience – opt to pack your belongings yourself. Or with friends and family who won’t charge you for their help. Doing so will greatly cut the cost of hiring professional movers, and their supplies, to do it for you. Just note that if you are relocating artwork, fragile items, family heirlooms or other valuables, it is a very good idea to hire professional movers who are trained in such matters.

Find Your Match

Find the best company for your needs. Moving companies can provide you with convenient and economical options when it comes to moving your small load. To find the company that is best for you and your specific needs:

  • Get references from friends and/or family. These will be your most trusted sources for recommendations.
  • Get small-load moving quotes from several companies. This way you can compare prices, quality of services, terms, etc.
  • Research small-scale movers, investigating reviews and performance ratings from past customers.
  • Discuss the details of your move with your chosen moving professionals. Important topics include liability coverage, handling requirements, transportation requirements, potential difficulties, final moving costs, etc.

Ensure all negotiated terms and conditions are clearly stated in your Bill of Lading!

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Top Things to Do Before You Move

Everyone knows that moving day is a big day. Not only is it a busy day, but it can also be a very long day. This is why it is vital to plan and prepare for the big move ahead of time. Otherwise, you risk many problems. To eliminate these risks, here are the top things you must do before you move.

Selecting the Right Home

You may love a particular house, but there are more factors to take into consideration than the number of bedrooms and exterior appeal. If you fail to properly research your new area and to assess your lifestyle, needs and preferences when choosing a home, you risk costly and consequential mistakes. When considering housing options, pay serious attention to these things:

Location. Location is key, and while an affordable property that meets all of your requirements is the goal, if it is in an inconvenient location, it has the potential to be a major problem, causing troubles in your everyday life. Be sure your new home will be conveniently located in a safe and prosperous neighborhood. You’ll want it to be close to work, your children’s school, reliable healthcare centers, local amenities and even some entertainment locales.

Lifestyle. Do you need a place where your kids and pets can run around and be safe? Do you want quick access to entertainment and nightlife activities? These types of questions are important to ask yourself before making a decision on a new home. So, assess your lifestyle, needs and preferences when researching housing options in order to avoid choosing the wrong place to live.

Size. Whether opting for a house, apartment or something different, be sure to figure out what size it needs to be. A family of five won’t be comfortable in a two-bedroom home, just as a mcmansion will be much too large when living solo. Buying or renting a home of inadequate size can cause inconvenience and/or financial loss, so avoid this at all costs.

Condition. Before you make a decision on a new home, it’s important to inspect its current condition. If it needs a lot of attention, you will need to figure out the additional financial burden it may place upon you. You will also need to ensure you have the necessary amount of time for repairs and renovations so it will be in solid, livable condition before moving in.

Cost. A large home in a prosperous neighborhood may be tempting, but be sure to take into account the cost. This includes rent/mortgage, utilities, maintenance costs and so on. Taking on an unaffordable home is a huge mistake, so be mindful of what you can and cannot afford.

Prepare Your Home Before Moving In

After selecting your ideal home, it’s important to prepare your home before moving in. This means fixing any problems or performing any renovations. Moving into a new home that is still enduring ongoing repairs and restorations can turn into an instant nightmare. So be sure to prep your new home before moving day. Here are some ways to do so:

Create a Floor Plan. If your home is in need of renovations, it is a good idea to plan ahead. One way to do this is by creating a floor plan. A floor plan is the ultimate way for you to create the perfect interior design for your home. By figuring out the ideal location each of your furniture pieces, household appliances and other items will go, you will eliminate moving day dilemmas, like finding out your couch is too large for the space. You will also save time, money and frustration because you won’t have to rearrange furniture and other items several times to find the perfect spot.

Deep Clean. As you move into your new home, you will, of course, need to clean as you unpack and get settled in – removing boxes, trash, etc. But, it is also a very good idea to provide your home with a deep cleaning. This doesn’t mean just mopping the floors or scrubbing the bathtubs. It also means cleaning air ducts and changing air filters, washing windows inside and out, and ensuring the interior is free of dust and debris. Performing these tasks before moving in will make for a less stressful and lengthy post-move to-do list.

Transfer/Turn On Utilities

Another important thing to do before you show up at your new home with all of your belongings is to make sure you have transferred/turned on all utilities. This is a very crucial pre-moving task to take care of because you will need the utilities running as soon as you arrive at your new place. Not doing so will leave you with a long list of problems, like being without power, which means no lights and an inability to prepare warm food or keep food cold in the fridge. It also means no water, so you won’t be able to take that much-needed shower after a long day of moving.

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How to Successfully Move an Aquarium

 

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When preparing for a move, there are always going to be certain belongings you don’t want to tackle. One, for instance, is an aquarium. Small or large, an aquarium is one of those items that takes planning in order to move it successfully. To move your aquarium hassle free, here are some helpful tips.

Preparing Your Tank. To prepare your tank for the move, you first need to find a temporary tank, such as a quarantine tank or hospital tank, for your fish. Go ahead and set it up prior to moving day so it will be ready when needed.

You can also separate your fish into large plastic tubs. Just know that you may need to install an aquarium heater and filter depending on the amount of time your fish will have to be kept in the tubs. If you opt for plastic tubs, be sure you have a lid that will remain tight and secure throughout your move.

The next step in prepping your aquarium for your move is to empty it. Before you do this, it’s important to save as much of the tank water as possible and use it to refill the tank. This is very important in keeping your fish alive post-move. Your fish are already used to the water chemistry in your existing tank. By filling the new tank with the same water, your fish will undergo a much easier transition.

Moving the Tank. After you have emptied your tank of water, it’s important to protect it so nothing breaks. Try wrapping it in blankets or some other thickly-padded material. Once complete, you can then move the tank to your new location.

Store the live plants from your tank inside the tubs of water so they will stay submerged during the move. Any tank decorations and equipment should be rinsed and packed carefully.

After the Move. After your move is complete, it’s important to set up your tank as soon as possible so it can begin cycling before you return your fish to their home. Use the tank water you brought with you. If you need a little extra water to top off the tank, you can also use new, fresh water, but be sure to treat the water with an aquarium water conditioner in order to remove harmful toxins like chlorine. Also, try and match the temperature of new the water to the temperature of the water already in the tank.

Once you have refilled your tank, you can replace any decorations and turn on the aquarium equipment. Test your tank water 1-2 times a day in order to check its progress. Once levels are where they should be, it is safe to finally reintroduce your fish to their home.

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Your First Apartment: Post-Move Essentials

first apartment - PHOTO 2There are many things to look forward to in life, and one of the most exciting is the day you move into your very first apartment. If you’re headed to college or just starting out in the world of relying on your own income, you more than likely don’t have the means to buy all of the brand-new items you dream of owning. Hopefully your family will help pitch in and provide you with a few odds and ends, but there will still be a lot of things you need to get for your new home. Here is an outline of post-move essentials.

Furniture

Moving into your very first apartment comes with lots of daydreams about how you want to furnish and decorate it. But, there’s a solid chance you won’t be able to purchase a houseful of stuff right off the bat. At first, you can get by with the bare minimums – like a bed, couch and table. If you don’t already own must-have items like these, then you should place these things on the top of your new-apartment checklist.

Kitchen

When it comes to the kitchen, everyone requires different supplies. For example, someone who truly enjoys cooking will need many more pots, pans and dishes than someone who tends to just grab food and go. Here are some things you may need.

  • dish soap
  • dish towels
  • paper towels
  • trash bags
  • pot holders
  • sponges
  • silverware
  • dishes (plates/cups)
  • cookie sheets
  • measuring cups/spoons
  • microwave
  • toaster

Bedroom

Aside from filling your closet with all of your clothes and ensuring you have a bed to sleep on, your bedroom only needs a few standard items when you first move in. They include:

  • blankets
  • pillows
  • sheets
  • full-length mirror
  • storage containers (for under bed/in closet)

Bathroom

For most, aside from bath/shower products, the bathroom is one of the barest areas in a home. To make it feel more complete when you first move in, here are some essentials it will need.

  • hand/bath towels
  • wash cloths
  • shower curtain and liner
  • bathmat

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Helpful Ways To Make Moving Easier For Your Little One

Moving with kids - PHOTONo matter how old a person is, moving can be an overwhelming and emotional roller coaster. This is especially true when your move involves children. Young children are apt to have a much more difficult time transitioning to a move because they do not fully comprehend what is happening. Are mommy and daddy going with me? Are we taking all of my toys? Will they forget to bring me with them? All of these are worries, even fears that children can experience during a move. To help make the transition easier for your little one, here are some helpful ways to make moving an exciting time verses one of apprehension and stress.

Explain what is happening. They may be young, but children are very intuitive and can sense any stress or shift in the household. As soon as possible, begin explaining the upcoming move to your child. Waiting too long to talk to your child about the upcoming move can lead to anxiety, worry and fear. By letting them gradually adjust to what it means to move, they will have a much smoother transition from old home to new.

Explore the area. If you’re moving to a place nearby, it’s a good idea to let your child see their soon-to-be home and neighborhood before moving day actually arrives. Show them the neighborhood and even explore what it has to offer: a cool park, a tasty ice cream shop, and where their future school will be. By taking the time to show your child all of the exciting places to look forward to after the move, it will provide them with a better visualization of where they will soon be living, as well as make for an easier, more positive adjustment.

Have them help. Your child may not be able to lift heavy boxes, and they may make the organization and cleaning process more difficult at times, but it’s important to find ways for them to help you with the move – no matter how small the job is. So get them involved; let them be mommy and daddy’s little helper. Try simple tasks like tearing small pieces of packing tape or having them place all of their stuffed animals into a moving box. Being enthusiastic about having them help you will connect them positively to the idea of moving instead of rebelling against it.

Let their imagination run free. If there’s one thing children have it’s an imagination. Moving may just be a mountain of stress and cardboard boxes to you, but to a little kid, it can be a time for great imagination. You may not feel the urge to sit in a cardboard box, because, well … it’s a box. But for your child, a box can be so much more than that. It can be a car, a rocket ship, or even a camping tent.

Another good idea is to let them help you with the decorating process. While you probably won’t want to let them color or paint the walls, you can instead sit them in front of a piece of paper and have them draw a picture of how they want their new room to look. This is a great way to get them involved and become excited about the move.

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What to Know When Hiring a Moving Company

Moving Company figures - PHOTOMoving is a daunting and stressful process. It is also not a one-person job. So who do you turn to for help? The answer: a moving company. Finding a good moving company may seem difficult, but to take the stress – and heavy lifting – out of your move, it is the optimal choice. Here are some helpful tips to find the right moving company for you.

Get Recommendations. One of the first steps to take toward hiring a moving company is to get recommendations. Ask family, friends, coworkers and local real estate agents that have dealt with movers first hand. These are the most reliable sources you can get when it comes to finding a company you can trust with your moving needs.

Investigate Companies. Once you have a list of recommendations, research these companies by hopping online and doing some background checks. By investigating companies before even speaking to them, you can potentially avoid scams, and other potential problems.

Schedule an In-Home Estimate. Whether moving interstate or out of state, it’s a good idea to call several companies for an estimate. This is the best way to get a price on how much you will be charged. For out-of-state moves, ask the company for a written binding estimate or a binding not-to-exceed estimate. Both estimates place a guaranteed cap on what you will pay for your move. Note that nonbinding estimates are legal if free, just be warned that the final cost will most likely be more than the estimate.

During the In-Home Estimate. When you schedule an in-home estimate, a person from the moving company will come to your home to look at everything you will need to have moved. During the appointment, be sure to show the estimator everything you want to have moved – in the closets, backyard, basement, attic, etc. Also be sure they know certain aspects of your home that could complicate the move – stairs, elevators, a significant distance from the door to the curb outside, and so on.

There is also a chance that when moving day rolls around, the foreman may challenge the original estimate your were given if he believes you have significantly more stuff than was first calculated. (This will happen before everything is on the truck.) No one can force you to pay a higher amount, but the company also does not have to move your stuff for the original amount.

Create a Folder – and make it bright! Finding a moving company requires lots of hand-written notes, forms and website print outs. This will help you organize all of the important information and documents you will accumulate. Run to the store and grab a brightly-colored folder for all of the research and price estimates you will collect. Be sure the folder is in a bright color – the brighter the color, the harder it will be to lose during the mayhem of moving.

Another reason you should opt for a bright, organized folder is that having it handy and in plain sight when estimators come for an in-home estimate will know them that you are doing your homework. It will also encourage them to be honest with you on pricing; it may even make them give you a more competitive price.

Ensure License and Insurance. As you probably already know, not all companies or people play by the rules, which means many are not legally sound. A legit moving company will have the license and insurance required to move you legally, which means they will play by the rules and are your safest bet.

Choose a Mover and Move On. Once you have thoroughly investigated several moving companies with the checks above, you will be able to make a confident decision in which company to choose. Before the big move, confirm dates and times with your movers, and be sure to get a signed order for service.

The day of, provide movers with specific directions to your new home, along with your phone number. Also make sure you have a number to call so you can reach them throughout your move.

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Must-Have Packing Supplies For A Successful Move

When you have a big move coming up, it’s common to feel overwhelmed. There is a lot to do after all. Hiring movers, organizing, and deciding what items to keep, donate or throw away. And don’t forget packing – the never-ending task that everyone hates. In order to make your move a success, the first thing you need to do is gather all of the supplies you will need. Must-Have Packing Supplies - blog PHOTOHere are the top five must-have packing supplies you’ll need to pack efficiently.

Boxes, Boxes … did we mention boxes? Packing and boxes go hand-in-hand during the moving process. So a few months before your move, begin gathering as many boxes as you can. Then go out and gather some more because the amount you will require far exceeds what you will ever imagine needing.

To save money, first try collecting boxes from family, friends and co-workers; also check liquor stores and big warehouses that have continuous access to boxes. If you still need more, you can purchase them from package stores, the post office, and so on. Just be sure that whatever boxes you collect are strong and durable.

Resealable Plastic Bags. For every moving box you need, you will also want just as many resealable plastic bags – if not more. These bags will be your best friend pre-move and post-move because they keep everything organized. Use them for keeping all hardware and instruction manuals together, or for storing wires and plugs, which can become a tangled mess when simply thrown into a box.

Tape Gun. Have you ever tried to wrap a present or seal up a box without a tape gun? The mere thought probably drives you nuts as you recall the time and hassle it took to tear off a million individual pieces of tape. Enter, the tape gun. Using a tape gun is the optimal tool for packing, saving you time and hassle.

Bubble Wrap. Bubble wrap or packing peanuts? Ya gotta pick the bubble wrap! After all, who can resist the incredible urge to pop those alluringly squeezable bubbles? Bubble wrap can of course be a fun toy, but it is also very helpful when packing. All of those little bubbles of air make the perfect protective cushion so your breakables stay in tact during your move. So stock up pre-move and when your move is over, pop, pop, pop away!

Markers and Labels. Whether you opt for markers, labels, or both, be sure to get them in bright colors and have them handy when packing. Use them to color code boxes for each individual room for easier organization on the day of the big move.

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Important Things To Do Right After You Move

Things To Do After You Move - PHOTOAfter months of planning, packing and hard work, you have finally completed the big move to your new home. Congratulations on a job well done! You are probably ready to break open a bottle of champagne, kick your feet up and finally relax. But, before you get too comfortable, check out this list of important things to do right after you move.

Take Photos. Before you rush to unpack all those moving boxes, whip out your camera and take lots of photos. Why would you want photos of bare, unadorned rooms? If you’re renting, photos are an essential way to get your security deposit back. Photos can also be useful if you just purchased a home. If any damage has occurred during the time the previous owner moved out and you moved in, photos are your proof – and, if necessary, can even get you money for repairs.

Check For Breakage. Did you hire movers to pack and move for you? If so, you only have a limited amount of time to report any suspected damage or missing items. Check everything from dishes to heavy appliances like refrigerators, washers and dryers.

Find Out Trash Schedule. Lots of unpacked boxes means lots of trash. But, where do you put your trash and what days it is picked up? To find out, ask your landlord, homeowners association or neighbors. You can also call your city’s sanitation department.

Change the Locks. Home sweet home. It’s all yours … now. But, have you ever considered who else may have had keys when the previous residents lived there? Avoid any safety risks by having all of the locks changed as soon as you move in (or before if possible). As a new property owner, this is one of the most important things you can do.

Register Your Car. If you moved to a new state, don’t forget to register your car. You will typically have 60 days to do so, however each state has slightly different requirements. Penalties for not having your car registered within the allotted time can range from fines to your vehicle being impounded.

Along with registering your car, you will also need to obtain a new driver’s license. This typically needs to be done within 30 days of your move.

Update Voting Address. If you want to continue having your voice heard, don’t forget to update your voting address. Most states allow a small grace period which allows you to use your old address at your new polling place. However, for elections beyond the grace period, be sure to update your new address at least two weeks prior to the election so you can cast your vote on important issues.

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Moving With Pets? Make It Less Stressful With These Tips

Tips for moving with pets - blog PHOTOMoving involves lots of time, effort and plenty of stress. Adding pets to the mix can make it even more nerve-racking. If you are anxious about moving to a new place, just imagine how your pet(s) feel! Here are some helpful tips to help make your move a bit calmer for your beloved companion(s).

  • Before you move, pack an easily-accessible overnight bag for your pet. Fill it with enough food, toys, and cat litter to sustain your pet and keep them comfortable during those first initial days of unpacking.
  • Moving involves plenty of noise and unfamiliar sounds and smells. For an animal, these things can be very scary. During your move, the best way to reduce stress on your pet(s) is to leave them at a kennel or friend’s house. If this isn’t an option for you, the next best thing is to keep them in the quietest area possible. Try an empty bedroom with the door closed or inside their carrier inside the garage, any location that will keep them away from all of the moving ruckus. Be sure to check on them regularly, as well as feed and walk them at a time you usually would. Just as people like a routine, so do pets.
  • During the drive from your old home to the new one, keep your pets inside their carrier. You may even want to throw a blanket over the carrier so your pet(s) can’t see the environment changing outside. Stressed and in a new neighborhood, animals can easily get lost outside, so when arriving at your destination, always keep them in their carrier until they are safely inside your home.
  • Adjusting to a new place takes time, especially for pets, so go for the slow and steady approach to reduce stress. If possible, move all of your belongings to your new home before moving your pet. To introduce your pet to your new home, start by confining them to a certain room. This will allow them to slowly adjust to their surroundings. Giving your pet lots of attention and providing them with familiar objects as soon as possible will help them adjust much quicker to the new digs.
  • After you move, be sure to update all pet tags and microchip information with your new address and contact info.
  • Traveling by air or internationally? Before you head to the airport, be sure to check all rules and regulations far in advance. Also, remember to bring along all of your pet’s special travel documents.
  • Pulling an all-night packing extravaganza isn’t good for anyone – especially your pet(s). Try to pack over a long period of time so your pet(s) think everything is normal and their stress level will stay down. Moving with cats? Break out their carriers several weeks before your move; this will help eliminate the risk of them fleeing the scene and leaving you searching for them.
  • When your move is finally complete, don’t let your pet(s) roam around your new neighborhood. Keep them on a lease until they become adjusted to their new surroundings.

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