Moving to a new home is exciting and can be overwhelming, especially if you’re also moving your home office. However, preparing your home office for a move can make things go smoothly and reduce stress. Here are three tips to help you do it.
Tip #1: Create a Plan
If you’re moving to a new house, you have a lot on your plate, and a master plan is a great way to stay organized. Include a separate section for your home office. Though it’s moving at the same time as the rest of the house, it needs careful consideration to avoid excess downtime once you get to your new home.
Tip #2: Be Careful with Your Documents and Technology
Documents, legal papers, and other important items should go separately from your other items. Either take them with you in your car or, if that’s not feasible, be sure to pack them separately to avoid damage or loss. The same goes for packing and moving your technology. Be sure your moving company takes inventory of these items as high value so you can be sure to track them, just in case. Finally, pack these items carefully by removing and disconnecting cables, wires, printers, and monitors.
Tip #3: Hire the Right Moving Company
When you’re moving your household and your home office simultaneously, you want a moving company that can handle both. Finding one that offers packing service will reduce your stress and the risk of damage to your valuable items, including your home office equipment.
Contact the experienced moving team at Nilson Van and Storage for the information you need and a free quote for your home and home office move.