Whether your move is permanent or temporary, you should change your address and move date so that mail going to your old address will be forwarded. You should also change your address with the RMV. All of this can be done from the comfort of your couch.
Don’t be stuck without gas after your move. Start, stop, or transfer service on your gas bill before your actual move date.
Don’t get stuck in the dark – transfer, start, or stop your electricity service before you move.
When purchasing a new home, it’s important to think about your water and sewer needs. Water prices can be quite high, so check out how to conserve. It’s also a good idea to check reports on everything from drinking water test results to your town’s supply status.
Almost as important as your utilities, your cable or satellite can help you to feel at home while you unpack and get settled. With these services, you can get services such as On Demand, a digital video recorder, and even parental controls as add-ons.
There are many options for Internet access. Whether you’re looking for high-speed or a low price, find out which choice might be right for you.
Whether you’re new to the area, or you have moved, you’ll need to re-register in your new area. You can register at the DMV, with the city or town clerk, or by mail.
Find out how to work with movers, which boxes to pick and how to organize the moving process. You can even print box labels and buy the materials you need.
Moving all your belongings by the car-load isn’t always the most efficient. Take some time to find and reserve a truck and move everything in one load. Renting a truck around busy seasons like September 1 can be tricky, so plan ahead.
Utilizing a storage facility isn’t always as easy as it seems. It’s important to sort out the proper packing techniques and unit size ahead of time in order to avoid headaches.