Summer is almost over and that means your child will be getting ready to move back into university dorms or nearby campus housing. Your child may have worked hard all summer long at an internship or full-time job setting money aside for the upcoming school year.
When you first moved into your studio or one-bedroom apartment or starter home, you probably felt like there was plenty of space. Yet, as your belongings accumulated and you made other changes to your lifestyle, like getting married or having a child, you eventually realized you needed a bigger home.
Whether you are moving your home or office, one of the most important things you can do is measure your furniture ahead of time. Taking measurements helps you and our Toronto movers determine the most efficient way to move your furniture from your home and onto the moving truck.
Moving can seem stressful if you worry about whether your items are going to arrive at your new home undamaged. To eliminate this worry, all you need to do is take the right precautions to protect your items until you unpack them. Before packing, talk to our moving company to obtain the right packing supplies which should include:
It is not uncommon to review our current living needs as we age and get older. Our kids may have all moved out. May be we are considering downsizing into a smaller home. We might want to move closer to our grandchildren.
Regardless of the reasons, moving long distance or locally can present some challenges for seniors. We may not be as active as we used to be. We cannot easily lift heavy objects and move furniture. Some moving tasks could even be outside our abilities.