The best checklist for NYC to Denver relocation

You should start your NYC to Denver relocation by exploring Denver and getting to know about your new hometown as much as possible. Once you are prepared mentally you can start packing and making checklists for your upcoming move. Denver can be an amazing place for you and your family. Moving is both an exciting and stressful time. So, we want to help you remember all you need to accomplish. Take comfort in knowing that you haven’t forgotten anything before or during your relocation thanks to this comprehensive checklist.

3 to 4 weeks before your NYC to Denver relocation

  1. Start the moving process by making a list of everything that needs to be packed and transferred. Verify everything you intend to transfer and create an inventory list. To help you determine what to pack and what to leave behind, you should go through each room in the house.
  2. Gather your unused household goods and apparel and donate them. As soon as you have compiled a comprehensive list of the possessions you intend to keep, you should double-check and organize the data. Donating the clothes, furniture, kitchenware, etc. that you won’t be taking with you is another option to consider.
  3. Put them up for sale at a yard sale or advertise them online. You can’t just throw it away or give it to charity. There are probably many things that have value but cannot be moved to your new home. If you’re having a hard time parting with belongings you won’t be bringing with you, a garage sale or using the Facebook Marketplace or the Kijiji/Craigslist apps are two easy options.
  4. Get started on amassing packing materials, such as boxes, and newspapers. Make or place an order for packaging materials, including boxes, tape, bubble wrap, markers, etc. Make sure to place an order for any specialty products, such as bed covers, clothing boxes, dish barrels, etc.
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About a month before start preparing.

But that’s not all!

  • Find online some useful packing tips to make sure that you do everything right.
  • Make sure the post office knows your new address by submitting a form to change your address. When you move, you don’t want your bills, credit card statements, or letters from the bank to continue being sent to your former address. Before moving, notify your local post office of your new address so that your mail can be forwarded to your new home. Get yourself to the post office and complete a change of address form.
  • Pick a moving company and set up the logistics. Find the best solution for you and your household items. Contact a reputable moving company 3–4 weeks before the day you want to move. Don’t rely solely on the phone quote, but rather launch an investigation into your possibilities. The date and time you want your favorite moving company to come are booked. Allow the experienced movers additional time for a detailed assessment of your needs.
  • It’s important to investigate immovable objects (aerosol cans, etc.). Determine which objects can be transported and which ones will demand more time and energy. The installed appliances are hefty and awkward to relocate.
  • Set up a storage unit in your new neighborhood (if necessary). In other cases, you may have to wait until the completion of renovations or a waiting time has passed before being able to take full possession of your new house. You can rent a spot to temporarily keep your large appliances and other expensive equipment. To save money, it’s best to store your belongings with a moving company, so make sure to ask about storage options before you book.

2 weeks before your NYC to Denver relocation

  1. Put away the goods you don’t use frequently and begin packing your home (books for example), you will see this tip in all smart packing tips you find online.
  2. Get the rugs and curtains professionally cleaned. Most dry cleaners will return them in their original packaging. Until you’ve settled into your new home, it might be best to wait to unpack them.
  3. If you want to be sure that your antique is worth what you think it is worth, you should get an assessment in writing.
  4. It’s important to keep track of the worth of high-priced objects, like antiques, while you pack. Your mover may recommend purchasing extra coverage for certain items.
  5. Make sure your banks, brokerage firm, the human resources department at your place of employment, the publishers of any periodicals you receive, your insurance provider, and your utility providers are all aware that you are relocating.
  6. Take care of any necessary maintenance or repairs to your home (or flat) before you go.
  7. Quickly take care of any little repairs that need doing to the house before you go. If the renovations are finished and the incoming tenants won’t have to spend anything out of pocket, the space will be easier to sell.
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It’s getting close!

A week before your relocation

Now is the time to start packing every day. Or you call Heart Moving NYC. Make sure to label all your moving boxes in order to make unpacking a bit easier once you get to Denver. If you are hiring movers make sure to check all your furniture for scratches so you know if something happened after you arrive. Clean out the refrigerator and make arrangements for your kids and pets if you have them. If you want to avoid forgetting how to reconnect any of your equipment or electronics, photograph them before you unplug them.

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This is the most stressful time.

Moving day

Now is the time to let movers do their thing. They will know which boxes need to go first into the van and such things. After all, they are the experts. What you need to do to prepare yourself for the moving day is pack one bag that will help you to get through this day (your necessities and important items). Also, you should try to rest and sleep before your NYC to Denver relocation. Remember, all of this will soon be over and you will be in your new home.

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