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Long Distance Movers Offer This Advice when Relocating for a New Job

Posted on: September 7, 2018 | by: Hall Lane Movers September 7, 2018


To a certain extent any type of move is going to be stressful, but when you have to hire long distance movers because your job is relocating, or you are starting a new job, it can get a little crazy. It could just be the move that is stressing you out or the fact you are starting a new job or in a new workplace with people you don’t know. And, of course, it could a combination of both. Here are a few tips offered by professional long distance movers like Hall Lane Moving & Storage to help make the move a little less frightening.


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  1. Hire Reputable Long Distance Movers

By hiring reputable long distance movers like Hall Lane, you are assured a team of experts who have your best interests at heart. They also offer a range of “specialized” services designed to make every facet of your next move go more smoothly. Most offer a “Relocation Specialist” whose job is to be with you at every step of your move. They are there to answer any questions you might have, explain the different special services they offer, and keep you informed of where your move is at.


  1. Make Use of the Checklist

Most good long distance movers offer a moving checklist that covers everything you can think of and a few things you might not. When you are moving home and job at the same time, things can easily be overlooked, a good checklist helps to prevent this from happening.


  1. Make Use of the Extra Services

Today’s moving companies offer a range of highly-specialized services designed to make your move easy. Among these are packing and unpacking, providing custom crates for things like large flat screen televisions, paintings, and valuables. Some go so far as to provide you with a team of people who will help you arrange your furniture in the new home. Although these special services do cost more, the amount of time and frustration they save are more than worth the cost.


  1. Plan Ahead

If you have kids, be sure to check into daycare, preschool, and schools to make sure your children are set to go when you arrive. Having daycare or preschool available can help make unpacking and settling in a lot easier. Make sure you know where the local restaurants are, cleaners, grocery stores, medical facilities, and local parks are. The more you know before you arrive at your new home, the easier your move will be. For more information, contact the experts at Hall Lane Moving and Storage at (631) 734-0212 and let us help you with your next move!