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February 03, 2018

You're Moving to a New House in Colorado Springs: Now What?

Movint to a New HouseBuying your first home can be an exciting event in anyone's life. You may already be dreaming of how your house will look when you are all moved and settled in. But, in between now and being all settled in, there are more than a couple items that need to be checked off your to-do list! The logistics involved in organizing, coordinating and accomplishing moving to a new house in Colorado Springs could be quite nerve-racking and intricate, which is why it's a great idea to get started in your planning as soon as you can. Doing so will give you time to locate the right moving solutions for your unique requirements and avoid last-minute anxiety!

Begin Looking at Moving Companies

Once you're seriously thinking about a move, it is time to commence investigating movers. Make sure and look for movers in the area that have good reputations based on online reviews and also word-of-mouth. If you know folks in the town where you are moving from or to (whether it be relatives, friends or co-workers), do not hesitate to ask for some recommendations.

Set Up In-Home Estimates

Once you have narrowed your moving companies down to a few potential options, you can start scheduling in-home estimates. Most companies offer these for free (and free of obligation), so they can provide you the most correct quote for their services as possible. The intention of an in-home estimate is for the movers to get a good idea of how much furniture, how many boxes and what types of items will need to be moved.

An in-home estimate should usually be more accurate than a quote done over-the-phone or online; that is because without seeing your stuff that is going to move with you, it's complicated for the movers to precisely calculate how many crew members they will need, how large of a truck they'll require, and how much time will be needed to facilitate your move from origin to destination.

Decide on a Level of Service

Remember that movers offer a wide range of services. While many people hire movers for professional help in physically moving their stuff from their old place to their new residence, many moving companies also offer packing services, self-storage, moving "pods," and so much more. Take some time to carefully ponder exactly which services you'll require for your move.

For example, if you will be downsizing in any way, you will want to ponder finding a moving company that also offers storage choices. This way, anything that does not fit in your new home can be moved into storage, where you can then ponder what to do with it (sell it, keep it, donate it, etc.).

Check Your Quotes and Decide Carefully

After you have gotten a number of in-home estimates for the services you require, make sure to review them thoroughly. Expressly, make sure to take a close look at how many hours of service your estimate includes, and whether that estimate includes or excludes fuel charges or additional fees. For example, some movers may charge additional for laying protective padding down on your home's flooring, so it is a good idea to discuss those things with your potential mover upfront.

The method of locating the best moving company in Colorado Springscan be a little grueling and time consuming, but with a tad of research and careful consideration, you will be able to confirm the right professionals for the job. From there, you can check a major task off your moving list and avoid the burden of moving your own possessions on your big day!

The Mickelson Family
The Mickelson Family
Best. Move. Ever!
Very pleased with the overall respect and care the men gave to my possessions. Even mailing me very quickly the only thing lost in transit. Would recommend to anyone needing a long distant move.
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