After the last box is moved in, there is still work to be done in your new home, from unpacking to meeting the neighbors.
Putting as much thought and planning into unpacking as you did for your move will help you get settled and relaxed in your new home.
Discarding Packing Materials
Save yourself from clutter and save money by properly disposing of packing materials after you’ve moved into your home.
Learn all about self-storage units, including what size is best for you, what should and shouldn’t go in one, and how to properly store your valuable belongings.
Meeting the New Neighbors
Take the first steps to becoming a part of your community by meeting your new neighbors. Your first few weeks could be the start of some of the most lasting friendships of your life!
Finding Services in Your New Town
If you're moving to a new town, how do you decide which businesses (such as doctors, plumbers, and pizza) are worth your time and money?
Savoring Your New Town
Getting to know your new town, including its people and businesses, can be a fun and exciting prospect. Get the best out of your area with research, communication, and exploration.
The moving process may be complete, but the adjustment process is just beginning. There are steps you should take to update your information, find your footing, and make your house feel like home.