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Moving 101: Managing Your Things In Your New House

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The stress of moving doesn’t stop from the moment your movers have unloaded your boxes.  Once you arrive in your new house, it’s time to determine how exactly to unpack and organize all of your belongings in an orderly and efficient manner. However, going through all your things might take days, weeks, and even months.

To help you organize everything after you move, here are a few tips to consider from the very beginning.

 

  1. Cords and electrics. If you don’t deal with these items quickly, you might end up facing a big tangled mess. Unused, various cables should be kept properly to make sure it’s not messing around your new house. Keep these solutions in mind to get started:
  • Designate a basket or drawer to store any cords and electrics that you’re not currently using. Before you place them in a drawer, it’s important to wrap them securely, so they don’t tangle up in one another.
  • If you want different cords in the same area, buying a cord control kit can be a perfect idea. The kits can hold several items in one place at one time.
  • If you’re on a tight budget, using metal twist ties as well as leftover paper towel tubes can keep cords together.

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  1. It’s the area of your new house where you spend much of your time. Thus, if you don’t want to turn your entryway into a chaotic part of your place, follow these tips:
  • Use hooks and more hooks to keep and organize stuff like keys, hats, and jackets.
  • To avoid misplacing your mails around the house, put a small basket for them by the door.
  • When it comes to organizing your shoes, place a medium size basket or a cubby near the door. It can be an easy way for your family members to keep their shoes in one place.
  • Think about adding an umbrella stand in the corner.

 

  1. Linen closet. One of the most challenging parts of unpacking is to designate a closet for all your bath towels, beach towels, and bedroom sheets. Aside from the necessary clothes, essentials, and toiletries, it would help if you keep your sheets and towels properly. Here’s how you can manage these items with ease:
  • Fold and place all the bath towels in a closet. Think about purchasing extra shelving or a bathroom storage closet. If space is still an issue, you can opt to roll sheets to save room.
  • Use a basket to place toilet paper and other bath products. Then, put them inside the closet.
  • Wash all towels and sheets to have a fresh start in your new home.
  • Separate bath towels from beach towels. Place the beach towels on the highest shelf inside the closet.

 

  1. Typically, kitchen items should be the first one you should unpack when moving to a new house. This room, for instance, should be your top priority to make the transition less tedious for you. Here are a few recommendations for managing your kitchen space:
  • Unpack the essential kitchen items first such as dish towels and flatware. If you need help, ask professionals like Movers NYC if they can assist in the unpacking of all your kitchen wares. They apply necessary techniques to make sure all your stuff are unpacked safely.
  • Take safety measures when organizing your kitchen items. Cookware should be arranged in cabinets beside the oven, while essential items should be held in easily accessible drawers.
  • As for the all-purpose cleaning items like dishwashing soap and sponges, place them under the sink. Beware of some cleaning supplies that are potentially poisonous to children or children. They should be put on a higher shelf or below the sink instead.

 

Conclusion

 After the move, fight the desire to procrastinate. It’s essential to tackle the task right away especially when you’re still in the midst of your moving mentality. Also, managing your things in your new house is always better with a friend or a professional. So, look for the right moving company for your move and follow the tips mentioned in this article to make the process of unpacking as smooth as possible.