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How to Get Settled In Your New Mobile Home in Just One Weekend

Mobile Homes / By MobileHome Expert

New mobile homeowners sometimes get stress in moving in their new home. However, there are tips that may help you organize your stuff, pack it easily and efficiently, and make the first night in your new home easier because settling into your new mobile home does not have to be stressful. Because moving into your new mobile home could take weeks or even months depending on the situation, it is best to be prepared beforehand. Unlike normal relocation of family, moving of mobile home may not be easy if you are not a professional in the field. Fortunately, there are mobile home transport services out there to ease your burden and handle the entire moving process at an affordable fee. Be careful on the agenda of planning to find a reputable moving company. Inform the company about the type of your home, although that will not make too much of a difference during the move. You do not want to forget to verify the mover company insurance and that all downtime charges accounted for in its moving quote. 

Have a checklist

Make a checklist of all the items you need to move in order of importance and inform the movers about the type of your mobile home. Before the day of moving, you should settle the moving and settling rules of the park management. Sometimes you need to settle where to park the moving van, the weight or size restrictions and the allowed time to be on the premises for unloading and unpacking. It will lessen your stress if those things settled beforehand. It is easy to assume that all this will be taken care of when you arrive, but there is nothing worse than moving into a mobile home and finding out that the water is not working or you do not have any electricity. You do not want to waste time figuring this out when you have things to move and boxes to unpack. In addition, speaking of boxes, you might want to get rid of all the unused and unnecessary items from your home. Not only will you de-clutter but you will also have less stuff to pack, drag across town, unload and organize. First, start by organizing your boxes according to the room they will put in.

Be organized

Then organize the content of those boxes according to specific criteria such clothes, books, photos, shoes, bags, kitchen wears, and many other. Organized packing will lessen the chance of someone misplacing an item and can find the item easily when needed. Unpack first the things you think you will be using within hours of moving into the home first. For example, move your bed and bathroom accessories into the home first if you are unpacking at night, as you will want to use these before going to bed. On the other hand, if you are moving in the morning, consider attending to the kitchen first so you will have the supplies needed to make a meal. This seems like an obvious tip, so set a well-planned goal on moving in your new home. Settling in a new home takes careful preparation and planning so you make sure, you gather helpful tips before you move. It is to avoid additional expense, stress and be settle in just one weekend.