Before moving or moving your belongings, check that everything in your new home works perfectly. What to check: If all the house lights and sockets work especially the ones that will include the laundry, the fridge, the TV, the lamps. Don’t forget the doorbell and doorbell too. In addition, operate the central heating even if you do not need it in the first months of your stay. For the Waterfront Maryland Real Estate this is important.
Bathroom: Check the faucets, the toilet, the water heater or more generally the hot water supply, the laundry water supply and the drainage and if towels are sufficient enough you may need to drill.
Kitchen: Check faucet, hot water supply and drainage if it is clogged. Make sure that your fridge and kitchen fit into the new space and that the sockets for the appliances are adequate. Do not forget to check the correct operation of the hood.
Balconies or Courtyard: The most important problem we face is damaged or blocked gutters. And because everything happens when they shouldn’t, be sure to check that part of the house before moving furniture. If you have young children, place the protective railing or screen on the balcony before taking the children home.
Fireplace: As strange as it may seem, if the house has a fireplace, turn it on and check for proper functioning in a timely manner.
Room capacity: Design your new home before you go. With paper, pencil and measuring tape spend a day counting and putting your things first on paper. This is how you will see possible problems immediately before the relocation begins, e.g. if furniture does not fit where you want it, the closets are not enough the living room does not have enough sockets etc. Looking at all these issues beforehand, you will also find solutions, so your move will be simpler.
Cleanliness: Make sure you have your new home clean 4-5 days before putting your furniture in it. Also, before you pack your household items it is very important to keep them clean. These two actions will help you complete your move faster since you will be able to place your furniture right where you want it.
Dimensions and layout: One of the most common problems people face in moving home is to not fit their furniture in their new home. Let’s start with the fridge. Be sure to measure its dimensions, as well as the dimensions of the kitchen, to determine the most appropriate place for it.
It is also very important to know how many sockets there are in the kitchen area because in addition to your fridge, you will need to install other appliances that require electricity (kettle, toaster, etc.). Another room in which we place many electrical appliances is the living room (lamps, TV, speakers, etc.). So make sure you know the number of sockets in the living room. Also, a very important step to take before moving your households to your new home is to measure the “opening” of your doors and the height of your home. If you are aware of the dimensions mentioned above, you will simply remove furniture that you cannot carry and you will avoid the unwanted hassle. Examples of furniture for the above are wardrobes, composites, bedside tables and more.