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January 09, 2022

Ways To Help the Moving Company Ensure Your Moving Day Proceeds Smoothly

getting ready to moveBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Moving from one house to another can be a stressful process. Working with a moving company in Denver tends to make your relocation manageable. A professional mover in Denver has the experience and resources needed to smoothen your moving day. If you'd like to ensure your moving day carries on efficiently, here are a few ways to help the moving company in Denver render this result.

1. Be Present or Have a Representative

You or your representative must be on hand the whole day to respond to the movers' questions as well as conduct selected duties to help in the move, like signing paperwork. You could ask a responsible and dependable buddy, family member, or neighbor to represent you if you cannot be onsite. It is advisable to get out of the movers' path, as they possess the specialized skills needed for the move. Just ensure they can reach you if they need to have clarifications or answers.

2. Clear the Route

Walk the route the movers can take from every one of the exits to the moving van before their arrival. For example, you can walk from your garage, front entrance, or backyard gate to the moving truck. Remove any obstructions along with stumbling hazards on these paths outside and inside your property. Clear all toys, cords, or household furniture on all these routes. Blow away or rake fallen leaves, debris, or downed limbs on the paths. Doing away with these kinds of hazards as well as obstacles assures movers may move unhampered, even when they can't see the path in front of them while they carry sizeable items or move backward. Additionally, make certain there will be enough, convenient parking for the moving van.

3. Provide the Movers a Tour

Give the professional movers a tour of your home when they arrive. Point out things that will need extra care and those that can be complicated to move. Indicate should you have a no-pack area. You should move the items you will move yourself to a room or area you can secure. In the event you move them to a room, tape a "Do Not Pack" sign on the closed door.

Show the movers the bathrooms they may utilize. You might also show them where they're able to grab refreshments and drinking water. Let them know of all the exits to increase their choices when moving your belongings to the moving vehicle. You may also point out any challenges they can come across. You should also conduct another walk through soon after they've loaded the moving vehicle to make certain they packed all the things.

4. Keep Pets and Children Occupied and Out of the Way

Ensure your youngsters are out of the movers' path as they pack and move your belongings. You might ask a relative, good friend, or neighbor to watch them. If they will be with you, make sure they've got something enjoyable to do, for example play with toys, coloring books, playing video games, using portable gadgets, or watching movies. You need to supervise the children, making certain they are safe.

In the event you own household pets, plan how you will keep them out of the way. They may escape your property if movers leave your doors or gates open. You should think about boarding your pets for moving day or leave them with a trusted good friend, relative, or neighbor.


Understanding and playing your part during your moving day really helps to ensure your move is completed without problems. Professional movers in Denver will certainly understand your needs and utilize their skills to make sure your moving day proceeds smoothly. If you need professional moving services for an impending move, get in touch with A-1 Freeman Moving Group in Denver today.


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The Mickelson Family
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