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Tips to help make moving to a new house easier and simpler


So you’re moving to a town that benefits from easy access to nearby cities, is peaceful, and folks are friendly. Brownsburg is fantastic any time of the year, the fields are blooming, and the neighborhoods are joyful.

But since you’re moving to this town, the experience can be challenging. If you’re moving with your family, you deserve a stress-free process.

When relocating to a new house, there are dozens of moving parts involved in the entire process, and a single mishap can ruin the whole experience.

Preparing for the big move is challenging, but it can be made easy with a few tips and tricks up your sleeve. That’s right; your move can be simple, smooth, and stress-free with the help of a few suggestions.

1. Work by a checklist and a budget:

The biggest mistake many new and seasoned movers make is being spontaneous. Moving isn’t something you do randomly but is planned down to the last box.

Therefore, the first course of action is to prepare a comprehensive moving checklist and a budget that includes a realistic timeline as well. Distribute tasks on available days and ensure that you plan for crucial tasks such as changing utilities, packing, and hiring movers.

Remember not to overdo anything, especially when packing, and stay within the prescribed budget.


2. Get rid of things you don’t need:

Brownsburg won’t have much traffic; that’s a relief, but that doesn’t mean you won’t get into jams when you’re on your way there. In that case, you don’t want to carry the entire house with you.

Why burden yourself when you can quickly declutter and store your stuff for later? If you want to keep your belongings, for the time being, the best solution is to tuck them away in storage units.

Where can you find storage units? Type in Brownsburg storage units on Google and hit search. What’s more, you can also find self-storage services in various towns around.

So make the moving process easier by traveling light. Later, as you set up the place, grab the stuff you’ve stored and proceed as you want.

3. Schedule utilities for the new place in advance:

Scheduling utility services for your new home is something to get out of your way as soon as possible. You don’t want to end up in a house tired as hell without water, heating, internet, or electricity.

Look for utility services in your new area before the big moving day and schedule them ahead of time. At the same time, you should call utility companies to shut off these services at your old home at least a week before the move and make arrangements for pre-cleaning as well.

4. Pack logically, smartly, and by a schedule:

Packing is the longest and most tiring part of the whole moving process. You may think you’ve packed everything, but stuff keeps popping up here and there.

First, you need to organize the items you want to pack. Next, sort them according to categories (by size, weight, etc.).

Follow a packing timeline and assign each category or room a specific hour or day to avoid a major disaster. Start with the crowded rooms first to clear the problematic stuff, and finally, label the boxes like a pro and put heavier items on the bottom and lighter ones on the top.

5. Invest in quality packing material:

As you get into the rhythm of packing smartly, ensure that your efforts aren’t wasted due to cheap quality packing material. It would be best to stock up on essential packing gear such as cardboard boxes, bubble wrap, packing tape, paper, etc.

You can get free boxes from a nearby liquor or convenience store, especially if you want to save money. Stack each box carefully without leaving too much space in it, but don’t overpack.

Use the right size boxes, but try to find the original ones for your electronics, such as the TV, kitchen appliances, etc. You should use a good amount of bubble wrap to protect fragile items, especially kitchen essentials, mirrors, paintings, and other decorative items.

6. Hire movers as soon as possible:

While frequent movers may have perfected their DIY moving routine, first-timers should consider hiring professionals. It may sound easy on paper, but moving is a stressful task that can be frustrating.

So, if you have too much on your plate, you can search around for the right company, take quotes for comparing, and hire the pros.

7. Keep essential items out of the truck:

It’s great that you’ve packed everything, but what if you needed toiletries or your charger immediately and they are lying around in a random box in the truck? Therefore, it’s a good plan to keep an “Open Me First” box or a bag of essential items that you’d need when you arrive at your new home.

Your box of essentials can consist of your medication, money, chargers, necessary documentation, toiletries, glasses, extra clothes, blanket, essential packing tools, and anything that would make your arrival to your new house easy.

8. Take photos of furniture and appliances:

Many people forget how to assemble their furniture or electronics once they take it apart, which can be a big headache. Therefore, you should take pictures of your furniture or any electronics that need assembling before you start packing them.


Moving is never easy, and most of us are never ready for this daunting task. However, with efficient planning and scheduling, you can easily tackle everything without making a mess of it.

Just ensure that you work by a dedicated checklist so that nothing gets left behind and when you arrive at your new place, it’s a breeze to settle down.


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