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25 Tips For Packing A Garage For Moving:

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So it’s true – you’re moving to another house pretty soon and you’re still wondering how to best organize the scary process of packing so that you have enough time to finish all the packing tasks on time. Some of these very tasks seem pretty straightforward (packing up your books, for example) while others don’t really appear that straightforward at all (packing all of your clothes). The bad news is that there are some items (garage tools) and some areas (storage areas, especially your garage) which will surely prove to be one of the toughest packing challenges you will meet during the preparation period.

In reality, to pack up your garage for a move is not overly complicated if you care to follow some basic rules for packing a garage. To help you finish that seemingly frightening packing job easier, faster, and safer, we have gathered for you the top 25 tips for packing a garage for a move.

Advice on how to pack a garage for moving

1. As part of your storage areas, your garage will requ…

Moving Day Made Easy:

Moving is less of a chore when you break down the tasks into weekly to-do lists. Use our guide below to make your move manageable, or print our checklist out and hang it on your refrigerator to reference easily while you pack up. 8 weeks Research moving companies with the Better Business Bureau and get recommendations from friends and family who have recently moved.Go to protectyourmove.gov to learn more about your rights and responsibilities as you prepare to work with a moving company.Consider extra insurance coverage you may need for your move. Ask prospective moving companies what insurance is included and check your homeowners' policy to see what it covers.If you are moving to a new area, research banks, doctors, and schools. Gather all the proper paperwork you need to set up new accounts.7 weeks Get estimates in writing from at least three licensed moving companies. If possible, have an estimator come to your home to do an inventory.Start a binder or folder where you can keep …