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Moving Timeline

Moving to a new home requires plenty of planning and preparation. Luckily, the Indianapolis full-service movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage are here to help. Get prepared for your move with this easy moving timeline, which you can turn into a checklist to start marking off all the tasks you must do before your move to Indianapolis.

2 Months Before Your Move:

Sort through the contents of your closets and drawers to get rid of what you don’t want or need. Hold a yard sale, or donate unwanted items to charity.

Take an inventory everything you plan to move Indianapolis, and determine replacement values for insurance purposes.

Obtain moving quotes and estimates from several Indianapolis full-service movers, and choose one.

 

6 Weeks Before Your Move:

Finalize your real estate or rental needs.

Make travel arrangements, such as hotels, if you’re moving long distance.

Notify your children’s schools of the move, and contact new schools for enrollment information.

Ask your primary doctor for recommendations for reputable doctors in your new community.

Consult insurance agents to find out if changes to policies are necessary.

 

1 Month Before Your Move:

Contact your utility companies to disconnect services the day after you move, and to have new service activated several days before you arrive at your new house. The professionals from the All My Sons Indianapolis relocation services suggest contacting the chamber of commerce in your new town for information on utility services.

If you’re packing your house yourself without the help of Indianapolis full-service movers, start ordering supplies and start packing your boxes.

 

1 Week Before Your Move:

Finish packing up and sealing all your moving boxes.

Arrange payment for your Indianapolis relocation services.

Get cash to have on hand to tip the people assisting you in your move to Indianapolis.

Complete change-of-address forms at the post office, and send notices to magazine subscriptions, creditors, friends and relatives, credit cards, banks, and any other necessary companies and organizations necessary.

Notify your new and old employers of your new address.

Pack the suitcases you plan to bring in your car with you. Fill them with clothes, toiletries, jewelry, and important financial records and documents.

 

Moving Day:

Pack your first-night bag.

Sign the bill of lading with your Indianapolis full-service movers, make sure your address and phone number are correct, double check inventory, and keep all copies of these documents in a safe place.

Conduct a final walk through. Lock windows, turn off lights, close doors, and take a final tour after the movers have finished to double-triple check that absolutely nothing is left behind.

Whether or not the old residents in your new home have cleaned, do a quick onceover before moving everything inside to tidy and sanitize your new Indianapolis home!