10 Things You Should Throw Away Before Moving
Be reasonable – you don’t really need everything in your Barnet home right now, right? While this may not be an important question while enjoying the comfort of your old familiar home, it will be a very important one when it comes to calling up a Barnet man and van service for a house removal.
You should take in all the things you have and instead of packing everything for the upcoming home removal, you should downsize and throw some of them away to ease up the work you and the movers will have to do. And yes, this will be the difference between you hiring a moving team with one or two vans and actually saving money with a simple man with van service. If you want the latter, then here are 10 things you might consider worthy of disposal before a Barnet house move.
1. Old medicine and vitamins – Depending on how long you have lived at Barnet, surely you have accumulated quite the collection of medicine. Much of it is probably outdated. Make sure you are not taking anything extra and throw it away.
2. Old perfumes and make-up – Come on, even now you are not using all your make-up, and surely you have one or two empty perfume vials and deodorant canisters.
3. Consumables – Cleaning supplies will be needed at the new Barnet place, but you should not dedicate a whole box for something you can supply yourself with as soon as you move.
4. Food – Food is for eating, not moving. You may take the contents of your freezer, but anything in the fridge should be left to your neighbours, or donated to a homeless person near your home. The Barnet man and van team will refuse to handle old food.
5. Sentimental items – There are two type of sentimental items: those you keep as treasured memories, and those you keep out of courtesy. Do yourself a favour and get rid of the latter. You should put sentimental items in the box with fragile items and inform the man and a van team that these items are valuable.
6. Old appliances and electronics – Old laptops, monitors, and TVs. Old toasters or cookers. Anything that still works but you haven’t used in months is a subject of disposal. You can get some cash out of these if you sell them on eBay or a Barnet market that takes second hand stock.
7. Old magazines – Unless you are using them as packing supplies and for stuffing something, do you really need your old magazines? Be honest, when is the last time you actually read any? That’s right – to the rubbish bin they go.
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8. Books – Do a sweep at the shelves. If you are a bookworm, you surely have quite a lot of books. But go through them and you will surely find something you don’t have any intention of ever reading again. Sell those or donate them to a library or a home – no need for extra boxes in the moving van.
9. Bills, receipts, and old documents – Everything connected to your old house should go, if you have settled all the taxes and payments and whatever is left to do. If you are careful about such things, you probably have folders of such papers – well, you need them no longer.
10. Clothes – And last, but not least, you surely have quite a few clothes you haven’t worn in quite some time, and this is the perfect opportunity to get rid of them. Donate them somewhere and make more space in your wardrobe.
And after you do a house clearance, the man with a van hire will barely cost you anything, based on the items you are taking with you. Packers and Movers Jaipur Packing and unpacking will be extremely easy and you will be able to enjoy the comfort of your new Barnet home much quicker after the domestic removal is completed. Show some relentlessness and everything will be much easier to handle. Now call the moving company and start planning.