Moving home is often an exciting time full of promise but it can also prove to be fairly stressful with lots to plan and organise. The whole moving home process can take anywhere from eight weeks to eight months with lots to sort out inbetween, from instructing your conveyancing solicitors to arranging home surveys.
With so much to organise, the actual ‘moving element’ of the the process is often overlooked. Many people put off finding a removals firm to the last minute, or rely on friends and families. Others resort to substandard services as most reputable removals firms are booked up weeks, even months in advance, particularly over the busy summer months.
Planning your house move
When it comes to moving house it certainly pays to be organised. In an ideal world everyone would have instructed a removals company and agreed on a quote well ahead of time. Unfortunately, even with the most thorough planning, things don’t always go to plan.
Often surprises can pop up out of the blue meaning we have to move quicker than planned or even place moving plans temporarily on hold.
That’s why we’ve constructed a timeline of things to organise in the run up to your move, taking 8 weeks as the shortest possible timeframe in which to do it in.