Tulsa Moving Blog - Tips, Tricks, and Insider Info
February 03, 2018

You're Moving to a New House in Tulsa: Now What?

Movint to a New HouseBuying your first residence can be an sensational event in anyone's life. You may already be pondering on how your home will look when you're all moved and settled in. But, in between now and then, there are a lot of tasks that need to be checked off your to-do list! The logistics involved in organizing, coordinating and accomplishing moving to a new house in Tulsa may be quite anxiety producing and complex, which is why it's a good idea to get started in your planning right away. Doing so will give you time to research the best moving solutions for your certain needs and avoid last-minute anxiety!

Begin Researching Moving Companies

Once you're contemplating a move, it's time to begin looking into moving companies. Take some time to look for moving companies in the area that have good reputations based on online reviews and also word-of-mouth. If you know people in the area where you are moving from or to (whether it be relatives, friends or co-workers), don't hesitate to inquire about some recommendations.

Set Up In-Home Estimates

Once you have narrowed the list of moving companies down to a couple viable choices, you should start scheduling in-home estimates. Most companies provide these free of charge (and free of obligation), so they can provide you the most correct quote for their services as possible. The purpose of an in-home estimate is for the movers to get a good idea of how much large furnishings, how many boxes and what types of belongings will need to be moved.

An in-home estimate should usually be more accurate than a quote done over-the-phone or online; that's because without seeing all the stuff that is going to be moved, it is difficult for the movers to accurately figure up the number of crew members they'll require, how large of a moving truck they will require, and how much time will be required to tackle your move from origin to destination.

Ponder a Level of Service

Keep in mind that movers offer a wide range of services. While a lot of people hire movers for professional assistance in physically moving their things from their old home to their new residence, most moving companies also offer packing services, self-storage, moving "pods," and lots of other things. Take some time to carefully consider exactly which services you will need for your move.

For example, if you will be downsizing in any way, you will want to consider finding a mover that also offers storage alternatives. By doing this, anything that does not fit in your new abode can be placed into storage, where you can then ponder what to do with it (sell it, keep it, donate it, etc.).

Analyze Your Estimates and Choose Wisely

Once you've gotten a number of in-home estimates for the services you require, make sure to inspect them carefully. Specifically, make sure to take a close look at how many hours of service your estimate includes, and whether or not the estimate includes or excludes fuel charges or additional fees. For example, some movers may charge additional for laying protective padding down on your home's flooring, so it is a good idea to discuss those items with your potential mover upfront.

The process of finding the right mover in Tulsacan be a tad arduous and time consuming, but with a tad of research and careful consideration, you'll be able to confirm the right professionals for the job. From there, you can check a big task off your moving checklist and avoid the burden of moving your own possessions on your big day!

The Mickelson Family
The Mickelson Family
Best. Move. Ever!
Very pleased with the overall respect and care the men gave to my possessions. Even mailing me very quickly the only thing lost in transit. Would recommend to anyone needing a long distant move.
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