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Bronx Movers Guide To Moving Apartments

Posted on: August 29, 2016 | by: Hall Lane Movers April 2, 2018

Moving out of an apartment can be an overwhelming task. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to streamline the moving process and ensure that you leave your apartment in tip-top condition. The Bronx movers at Hall-Lane have years of experience helping apartment residents move out and recommend the following must-dos:


Bronx Movers: Guide to Moving


  1. Leave the Apartment Completely Empty

It’s common for apartment residents to believe that leaving a few household items would be great for a future tenant. However, landlords prefer for residents to leave their apartments as clean and as empty as possible to make it easier for a new tenant to move in. Be sure to toss or donate any belongings that you don’t plan on taking with you.bronx movers

  1.  Document Everything

You should understand that you will be responsible for the cost of any apartment repairs that have not been reported. Therefore, Bronx movers suggest that you keep a record of any broken appliances or problem areas that need to be fixed. It’s also a good idea to take pictures of the items or areas in the apartment that show signs of damage.

  1. Change Your Address

One of the most overlooked yet crucial tasks for movers is submitting a change of address form. The change of address form can be submitted on the United States Postal Service website. This will ensure that you won’t miss any important bills or letters once you move.

  1. Schedule a Walk-Through

Before you leave your apartment for good, you should plan a time to meet with your landlord and walk through your apartment. During this walkthrough, you can show him or her that you’ve taken care of everything that needed to be completed so that he or she can return your deposit check.

  1. Patch Up Holes

Bronx movers notice that many apartment tenants leave their rented space with nails and screws in the wall. Once you’ve removed your artwork from the walls, remove screws and nails and patch up the area with a spackling paste. Sanding each area that previously featured nails and screws will make it easy for your landlord to paint over it.