Family Home Packing Strategies & Professional Mover Estimates: Union City, NJ

Aug 16, 2023

Pack your house up efficiently and make sure you’ve got everything you need at your new home, using this fast packing guide from It lists all the essential items that you’ll need available right away and helps you get free quotes from local professionals.

Do you have a plan in place in case your moving truck is delayed?

What if you get busy after the move, and don't have time to finish unpacking right away?

Of course, with a little luck, you won't need that kind of plan - but I always think that it's better to be prepared for the worst because then handling anything less is just... easy.

It doesn't take much extra work to be prepared for all eventualities, in my experience. All you really need is a quick list of the extra steps, and you don't even have to plan that yourself.

This free guide from explains it all, what you need to pack separately, how, and why. It can even help you to get free quotes from local professional movers if you plan on hiring an expert. Just click here to read the full guide, right now.

I promise it's not a super long read, and it's not terribly complicated either. It's just some simple steps that will help you to prepare for the first day or two in your new home, so everything is just a little easier. Let me give you an example though.

Let's say that you move into your new place, and it turns out that your couch is just a tiny bit too large to fit. You may need to remove the door, to get everything inside.

This is no problem if you read the free guide, and packed some basic tools as it suggests - but it could be a big problem if you didn't, and your couch is stuck outside your new apartment.

Or here's another example - let's say that you're pretty busy, with the move, your job, and family stuff, so you don't have a chance to unpack right away. What are you going to do about toiletries, if you can't find which box they're in?

This kind of problem takes only seconds to solve if you plan for it, but it could become a serious issue if you don't notice until the last moment. That's why these free guides from are so awesome - because they help you to fix the molehills before they turn into mountains.

The full list of items you may want to prepare in advance isn't that big either, but that doesn't mean it's not important. In fact, some are absolutely essential, or can you help you with very limited-time opportunities.

For example, did you already pre-clean your new house before moving in? If not, you definitely want to bring some cleaning supplies, but you would know that if you had read the free guide already. Sure, you could always clean up later, but the guide explains just how much easier it is before you fill the house with your furniture, boxes, and family.

My personal advice is that while all of these items will make your first few nights more comfortable - you should also bring anything you absolutely need for the next 24 hours, packed separately. By that I mean your toiletries, a change of clothing, your wallet or purse, and anything else you may need, just in case your truck is delayed.

I know it's unlikely, but like I said earlier, I think it's always better to be prepared.

In fact, you can lower the risk of having complications with your moving truck too, by hiring a pre-screened, trusted, local professional.

How do you find one? I'll give you one guess, and it had better be

Of course they do that too - it's one of their most popular services, and it's also free.

You can see reviews and ratings for all the top local professionals, but more than that - they can even help you to figure out exactly how much your move will cost, and who offers the best rates.

Just click here to visit their website, and look for the big green button that says "Get Quotes."

It will lead you to an easy form that asks for some basic details about your move - and when you fill that out, will send it to their top-rated experts, and send you back 7 professional estimates, with absolutely no obligation, and no cost.

I told you it was easy, didn't I?

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