1. Create a moving checklist and budget
    First, draft a moving checklist that includes a timeline. Everyone’s timeline will look different depending on how much notice is given before the move. Some people will have two months and others might have two weeks. Next, include a realistic moving budget.
    By visually organizing your move, you can keep a handle on events as they unfold. Not sure where to start? Print out our comprehensive moving checklist and put it inside a designated moving binder.
  2. Send out notices before you’re stressed
    Make a list of who you need to notify when you move. There are a lot of loose ends to tie up before you move to a new area. You should determine when and how you will accomplish these tasks in your moving checklist. When the time comes, either visit offices locally or be prepared to make some phone calls. By making this list in advance and setting the task for yourself in your calendar, you’re less likely to forget anyone.
  3. Call Cleveland Bass Moving and Storage LLC to get your move scheduled
    Whether local or cross-county, Cleveland Bass Moving and Storage LLC has the experience and resources available to make your residential move as successful as possible. When you call our office, one of our seasoned customer care agents will help to schedule your move and make sure you have all the materials and assistance you need.

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