Our favorite time of the years is getting closer and you can’t wait to pack all your belongings including your Christmas decorations, because you have decided to spend Christmas and to welcome the new year in your new home. After many years living in the same place, you are finally going to relocate. Long distance move includes a lot of tasks and time and at some point, you are probably going to need some sort of help. And we are not talking about help from your friends – no, you should hire professional movers who will take care of your long distance relocation instead of you. Hire Long Distance Moving Experts. Our name says it all – the members of our moving team are the real experts when it comes to planning a relocation process.
Besides providing you with excellent and affordable moving services, they will share with you moving tips that will help you go through this move stress-free. Packing seems to be one of the most difficult tasks concerning your long distance move, especially if you have some fragile things. You need to be careful with delicate items, including your Christmas decorations that you will need immediately after you settle in. Read some moving tips that you will hopefully find helpful.
Getting the appropriate moving supplies
In order to secure all your Christmas decorations, you need to be properly equipped with the right kind of supplies. You can even reuse some of these things. Take some time and prepare a lot of packing paper, plastic bags, stretch wrap, bubble wrap, tape, and boxes. Using plastic bins instead of cardboard boxes is always a better choice.
Packing Christmas decorations
When you start packing your ornaments be sure that every one of them is properly wrapped. It is best to pack each ornament in its original packaging, but if you don’t have it there are some other options. Do you have egg crate? If so, you can use them to pack your smaller decorations. If not, use a lot of bubble wrap and padding to secure everything from the possible damage. If you don’t have enough boxes or plastic bins, go buy some more. Avoid overpacking because that can cause damage. Don’t just stuff the box to the top, pack strategically.
Packing the lights
If you enjoy decorating your house, then you have all kinds of Christmas lights. You probably already know where to put each strand of light. If that’s the case, why don’t you pack all of them separately? Wrap them in circles or in cardboard tubes and label each box. By doing so, you will save yourself a lot of trouble the next time you need them.
By following these tips you will easily pack all your Christmas decorations without damaging a single item. If you, however, decide you want help, contact Long Distance Moving Experts.