The Only Relocation Checklist You'll Ever Need
The Ultimate Relocation Checklist
Since you’re here, I’m guessing you’re a checklist person like me. I totally get it. Without checklists, I’m utterly disorganized and overwhelmed. You may laugh, but if you were to look at my iPhone right now, you’d find six apps that are “to-do” list related. (It’s seriously time to narrow it down).
As you know, there aren’t many things in life more stressful than a long-distance relocation. You’ve got a lot of choices to make and a lot of things to do before packing up your life, putting it on a truck, and moving it across the country. That’s a big deal.
You can make the process much easier by using a relocation checklist.
U-Pack’s Relocation Checklist is a comprehensive, week-by-week guide that gives you the tools you need to help the process go smoothly. It starts eight weeks before your move date – but don’t panic if you need to move sooner; people move on short notice every day, and it works out just fine. You’ll just need to accelerate the process a bit.
So, print out the Relocation Checklist, put it in your moving file, and refer to it often.
A Few Important Things You’ll Find on U-Pack’s Relocation Checklist
There are some basic things you can do to start planning your move that will help narrow your choices to just those companies that fit your needs and budget.
- Determine how much you can spend.
- Get prices from moving services.
- Check out what other people have to say about the services you’re interested in.
Once you’ve done that, completing the other tasks gets much more manageable.
Are you ready to get started planning your move? Start with a no-obligation moving quote from U-Pack. You can get door-to-door delivery at prices that compare to truck rental! If you have questions about planning your move or about U-Pack in general, we’ll be happy to help. Give us a call at 800-413-4799 or leave a comment below.
Good luck on your move!
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