how to move frequently?
many families need to move frequently for various reasons. for such families, try to avoid buying some large pieces of furniture, should use the landlord's supply of equipment, if necessary, also as far as possible to buy some small or not easily damaged furniture. do not throw away the paper boxes after moving, so that you can use them again when you move next time. and try to avoid ordering long-term services, such as milk, newspapers and magazines, so you can avoid a lot of unnecessary trouble.
how to reduce moving time
if you want to reduce the moving time, you must first be fully prepared, first of all, all kinds of scattered things are packed in the box or packed, into whole. second, we can ask the moving companies to increase their manpower. finally, it is necessary to plan the moving time and route reasonably, and try to avoid the peak traffic jam and traffic jam route.
how to move and worry less
the best way to avoid the hassle of moving is to sell all the furniture and unnecessary daily necessities and then buy a new set of furniture. although this method is a little wasteful, it will give you a different feeling.
how to reduce the cost of moving
if you want to reduce the cost of moving, first of all, you should choose the right moving company. never go to the moving company that put small advertisements on the street to avoid being blackened by the moving company. when considering moving companies, you can consult 2 to 3 moving companies beforehand, and choose a moving company with a certain reputation or reputation. after finding a good moving company to do a good job of preparation, to avoid their own reasons for the waste of time or money.
how to avoid collision of objects
when moving, be sure to point out to the staff of the moving company which boxes or items belong to the key protection, if possible, add some eye-catching words or tips to the boxes; some fragile items or valuables if they can be best handled by themselves; and try to personally supervise the handling of large household appliances; some heavy or bulky furniture (such as cabinets, pianos, etc.) should be handled by a few more staff members and directed by the side; fragile or pressure-scared items should be placed on the top, finally loaded and unloaded first; after some narrow corridors, and often piled up with sundry old buildings, be careful not to touch something next door.