Approach the process of packing with a plan and you will avoid a lot of chaos. As one of the preferred local movers Tampa, Florida has to offer, packing and unpacking services are a part of our repertoire. Keep in mind the following as you plan your move!
What to Pack First
It might seem obvious, but non-essentials are the place to start. What falls into this category? Anything that is stored in the attic is a great place to begin. Items that are out of season like holiday decorations or items you do not use on a regular basis. These could also include camping materials, surplus items like extra towels and linens, and specialty cooking equipment or fine china.
What to Pack Last
As you approach moving day, there are certain items you will refrain from packing until a couple of days before you move and others that you won’t back until the day of your move. Bathroom supplies fall into this category because you will want to be able to access the essentials like toilet paper, first aid kit, as well as medicine and daily toiletries. Bedding is another factor. While extra linens can be packed early on, you will wait until your final day to pack up your bedding and your bed will most likely be moved on this day as well.
What not to Pack
This does not imply that certain items will be left behind, but instead make sure you keep certain things easily available and at-the-ready.
- Prescription Medications
- Treats for your Pets
- Comfort Item for Children
- Change of Clothes
- Cell Charger
We are happy to take on local and long-distance moves. Visit 3GuysMoving.com to discover more about our approach to moving!