We are continuing our series on tips to help you downsize. We know moving is stressful. 3 Guys Moving is a full service moving company that takes pride in helping ease some of that stress and providing a positive outcome for our customers. Our long-distance and local movers are experienced and treat your belongings like their own!
Our previous article discussed how decluttering before the movers and packers arrive is one of the first steps you should consider when downsizing. Today, we will address furniture. If you want to downsize, chances are some of your furniture will not fit in your new home/apartment/condo. You will first need to decide what furniture you wish for the movers and packers to bring to your new home. Heirlooms, pianos, antiques and other specialty items are among the furniture most people want to keep. If you have a piano, our piano movers can help determine the best placement in your new home. Thoughts to consider:
- Would it be better to purchase new furniture or move what I have?
- Could someone in my family or friends use some of my old furniture?
- Should I move heirloom pieces and antiques into my new home or place them in climate-controlled storage?
Remember, when it comes to downsizing, less is more. The large sectional that fit perfectly in your family room may not look so great or be as functional in a smaller space. Planning out your furniture before the movers and packers arrive will prevent possible headaches in the future.
If you are searching for full service movers, 3 Guys Moving can help. We are a preferred moving and storage company with long-distance and local movers who can handle any size move. Not all moving companies are equal. Come experience the 3 Guys Moving difference today!