Moving out of your parents’ house can be daunting, we know. At your parent’s place there’s tons of room, and chances are you’ve accumulated a lot of stuff over the years from posters to a collection of baseball hats.
As Expert Movers we know exactly how to move you into as smaller place whether it’s a basement suite or a downtown apartment.
Here are a few tips to get you started:
When it comes to furniture, the most important question to ask yourself when downsizing is: Is it necessary?
Depending on the size of the space you are moving into, some concessions will have to be made. You don’t need 7 bean bag chairs (as cool as that would be). You do need a bed.
If it doesn’t have a purpose, this isn’t the time to own it.
Buying appliances can add up to a lot of dough. Chances are if you’ve been living at home you don’t have many pots and pans of your own.
You don’t need to invest in the most expensive appliances, but owning basics such as a pot and a kettle will make your life a lot easier and cheaper in the long run than going out for dinner every night.
What makes a new place a home are the little bits of your personality you see in each room.
While we’re absolutely not telling you to bring every single 5th grade macaroni sculpture you ever made, we will say that its worth it to bring along a few things to put up that make it yours. Posters, a couple figurines, or a lamp or two don’t take up too much space.
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