Cheap Removalists Melbourne Moving Tips That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier Part-4
We are back with the part-4 of the series “Cheap Removalists Melbourne: Moving Tips That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier.” I am starting with tip 12.
12) Beer boxes:
I am sure you have seen the hard wooden beer boxes with handles. Well, the boxes are heavy, but you can use them to pack some of your items safely. How about your books? You can use the beer boxes to pack your books. Books can be heavy, but because of the handles, you can lift the beer boxes filled with books easily. OK, if you have hired Cheap Removalists Melbourne, ask them first about packing your books in beer boxes. Go to your local liquor store and get some beer boxes (you might get it for free or pay some money.)
13) Setting up electronics:
Well, I have written articles about tech items transporting as well. If you have a lot of tech items to transport (mostly if you are an office owner,) hire Cheap Removalists Melbourne for your relocation. OK, let’s come to setting up of the electronics in the new home. Remembering how the cables and wires go in is a nightmare. If you forget how to connect the cables back, you would have to get help from someone who knows the subject. Anyway, I am giving you a good tip to connect the things back easily in the new home. Take photos of electronics, so you don’t have to remember all the hard drawings. The electronics come with a variety of cables so don’t mix the cables together. Wrap each cable of the items separately in bundles and label them accordingly. Allocate a separate box for all the cables and mark box “Tech items, cables, and stuff.”
14) Cutting down the number of boxes:
It’s true that you need hard boxes to pack your items safely. Anyway, you may have many items that you can use as boxes to pack the items. Using them to pack the items will save your space and cost for additional boxes. What can you use as boxes in your home? How about the laundry bins, baskets, suitcases, and hampers? Your wheeled-suitcase is a great “big box” to pack heavy items and carry easily. OK, you can’t pack fragile items in those alternatives, but many items are there in your home to go into alternative boxes. Again, if you use suitcases to pack stuff, label clearly on what’s in and let the Cheap Removalists Melbourne staff know about it.
15) Donating and giving out:
Just walk around and see the items that you don’t use anymore, but taking space in your home. Make a list of items that really should go into the new home. I am not only talking about the junks, but many items are there in good condition that you don’t use anymore. These items were taking space in your current house, so don’t let them take space in your new home for no reason.
You can always donate the items in good condition to the ones who are in the need. Go to your local charity shop and give them what you have. You may have clothing to give to the recycling center. Throw what is not usable anymore and donate what you don’t need (in good condition.) Ask your friends if they need anything from your “donate list.”
Well, I am stopping at this point, and let’s meet with the part-5 of the series.