international move

Packing is perhaps the most time consuming and difficult part of moving. Every home or office is invariably always filled with a plethora of clothes, furniture, utensils, equipments and appliances to pack. Your first task should be to sort out the all of your possessions and make two lists: the first to pack and the second to donate or throw out. This in itself is a chore that few people relish doing!

Packing for moving requires careful planning and a lot of hard work. So here are McWilliams’ Moving & Storage top packing tips for moving:

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If you have decided to move across Canada, you now must take on the task of figuring out how to move all of your stuff with you! With McWilliams’ helpful guide, you will be well on your way. Here is our list of 4 things to remember before you move across the country.

  1. Choose a Date: Preparation for the big move is critical for a successful and easy trip. Moving companies tend to book up fast, especially in the summer months, so book well in advance to guarantee you have the support and manpower necessary to move across Canada. Set a date for both the move of your family members and the move of your household items.

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Moving into a new home can be an extremely stressful time for many homeowners. One of the biggest stressors at this time is finances. On top of the cost of your home purchase, you have to worry about your moving expenses. Luckily, with some research and planning, you can keep your moving costs low and save money.

Time is money, and if you’re left packing till the wee hours of the morning, and/or straining your back moving heavy furniture, you may wish to consider hiring a moving company.  They might actually save you money in the long run! 

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