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Your Packing Checklist

The date is near, and you’re almost all set to say goodbye to the place you used to call home. Everything is packed, and you’re one step closer to a new life, but what are you forgetting? Here are a few things to remember before officially parting ways.


Notify Businesses and Friends of Your New Address

About three weeks before the big day, make sure you notify all companies of your new address so they don’t continuously send mail to the wrong person. It may take a few days or even weeks to process, so it is best to do this when you know your next address.


Don’t Forget About the Bubble Wrap!

Moves can be tricky, but don’t rush yourself when it comes time to pack up the necessities. Nothing is more disappointing than moving into your brand new home and noticing your fine china broke in the process. Bubble wrap is essential when backing your belongings. It is cheap and gets the job done.


Label Makers Are Your Friends

Move-in day is stressful. A headache is coming on and you panic as you try to find some Advil, yet you can’t seem to find which box you put it in. Save yourself the trouble and write labels on each box so you can efficiently unpack rather than frantically opening each box. Your future self will thank you.


Arrange for Miami Movers with a Truck to Help Assist

Though it is important to pack up all of your valuables, it is even more important to have the assistance of Miami movers and a moving truck to help get your valuables to you next home. No need to worry about fitting your dresser into your smart car!


Reach Out to All My Sons To Help Pack Up

 The Miami movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage help not only with local moves, but with long distance, residential, and even auto moves. Don’t worry about being able to pack the truck on time, All My Sons will take care of the hard work for you.

It’s easy to feel like you are forgetting something, especially when you’re moving your life elsewhere, but review this packing checklist prior to the big day to remember the fundamentals.