15 Tips to Make Moving to Your First Home Easier

Moving into a new home can be an exciting yet overwhelming experience. To make the transition as smooth as possible, it's important to take the necessary safety precautions for children and pets, configure services that work for you, compare cable and Internet providers, and plan ahead for deliveries, repairs, and installations. MYMOVE is here to help with 15 tips to make moving to your first home easier. First, open all the windows in your new home. Doing so will take only 10 seconds and will improve airflow while preventing your air or HVAC system from consuming more energy by pumping lower quality air.

Secondly, make sure you have access to the Internet in your new home. Nobody likes to move to a dead zone, so do your homework to find out where you stand in order to compare prices and determine which service providers will best suit your needs. Schedule the installation at least 2 to 3 weeks in advance to ensure that your services are activated in a timely manner and also to get the appointment that is most convenient for you. Thirdly, notify your employer that you're moving. During the first few days of your move, not only will you be unpacking a bunch of boxes, but you'll also be waiting for deliveries, repairs and installations.

It's a good idea to let your employer know that you're moving so they have plenty of time to coordinate these appointments before returning to the office. Lastly, plan ahead for the 48 hours after the move. This is a crucial time for getting settled, so be sure to plan and schedule accordingly. By following these 15 tips when moving into a new home, you can make the transition as easy as possible. MYMOVE is here to help make sure that your move is excellently executed like a symphony instead of sinking into chaos like a kindergarten work.

Mandy Harland
Mandy Harland

Freelance coffee ninja. Extreme introvert. Passionate food trailblazer. Communicator. Subtly charming bacon fanatic. Friendly bacon nerd.

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