Moving into a new apartment presents a few differences and unique challenges when compared to moving into a new full-sized house. Smaller spaces, building managers, and apartment regulations are some things you must account for when moving into an apartment unit. Our Orange County movers explain some do’s and don’ts of apartment moving.
Do Know the Layout of Your New Apartment
Taking measurements of your new space is important whenever you are moving into a new home, regardless of the type of residence it is. However, due to the smaller space available in your apartment, familiarizing yourself with its layout is crucial. Measure not only the doorways, but also the dimensions of each room. That way you’ll know what furniture will or will not fit into your new place.
Don’t Procrastinate Packing
To avoid more stress and headaches as your moving date approaches, start packing early. Preferably, you don’t want to deal with last minute packing. Instead, begin your packing way in advance of moving day and pack non-essentials and rarely-used items first. The most stress-free option is to take advantage of the packing services our full-service Orange County movers offer our clients. We’ll pack up your belongings using only high-quality mocking supplies on moving day.
Do Know the Rules
Do your building manager or landlord require your Orange County moving company to have a certificate of insurance to operate in your apartment building? Do your Orange County movers have to use a freight elevator or pay elevator deposit fees? Is there is a limited time frame you can move into your new apartment? What are the rules and regulations concerning hoists to move furniture up multiple stories?
Answer these questions by looking over your lease and speaking with your building manager or landlord. Be sure to understand and inform your movers of these regulations before they arrive on moving day. We’re here to help you have a stress-free experience when you’re moving in Orange County.