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We are continuing our series on tips to help make your out-of-state move easier. Our previous article covered the importance of planning a visit to your intended destination, exploring employment opportunities, and learning about schooling options before you commit to making the move.  Today, we will look at three more tips to consider.

Downsize

Transporting your belongings is among one of the biggest stressors of moving.  If you are able to downsize before your movers and packers arrive, it will not only help ease the stress of moving but will also help you purge items you don’t need, allowing you to have a fresh new start.

Inventory

Make an inventory of the items you plan to take with you when you move. This will not only help keep you organized, but your full service moving company will be better able to provide you with an accurate quote and best service possible if they have a clear idea of what and how much they will be moving.

Hire a Full Service Moving Company

Planning and executing an out of state move can be challenging. Hiring a full service moving company to handle everything for you will help ease the stress and burdens of moving yourself, as we have discussed in previous articles. Unfortunately, there are many moving companies that are not reputable. It is important to hire a full service moving company such as 3 Guys Moving that has a proven track record and has been in business for a long time.

Your friends at 3 Guys Moving have both long distance and local movers available to plan and execute your re-location. Our movers and packers are dedicated to ensuring all of our valued customers are satisfied with the services we provide.  Not all moving companies are equal.  We have been in business for more than three decades and our track record speaks for itself.  If you need a moving and storage company to handle either your long distance or local move, we stand ready to help. Give us a call today!