Justin Berry

Money Saving Tips For Moving Into Your New Home

by Justin Berry on

Everyone knows that moving is a big deal, requiring time, money and a little hard work, but many people don’t do everything they can to save money when moving. Knowing some money saving moving tips for when you’re preparing a big move can help you curb the costs and enjoy the process much more. Some people are moving long distances, and others are moving across town. Moving isn’t cheap either way, and the following money saving tips for moving are universal.

Packing Supplies

Those packing supplies aren’t cheap. Sure, you have to protect the fragile keepsakes and make sure that nothing breaks along the way. And, you definitely need to be packing things in boxes instead of just piling things in the car. Even if you’re driving a short distance, packing things in boxes means you can put more in the vehicle. Regardless, you don’t have to pay for all of those packing supplies.

There are plenty of places around town where you can score some free boxes if you just plan it out ahead of time. And, you don’t need to buy all that bubble wrap either. Use towels and casual clothing for cushioning vs using bubble wrap. If you have tons of belongings, then you might end up having to buy some packing supplies, but you can also ask for these for free at the same places you get the boxes in some instances. No matter if you have to buy ‘some’ packing supplies or not, you’re able to save money by getting free boxes and using your towels and clothing to offset the cost as well.

Each house is unique regarding what is required for cleaning and preparing the space for people to live in. When it comes to preparing the home, there are going to be professional furniture removals in Melbourne you have to hire. However, one thing you can do is to make a list of what is required and then take care of what you can on your own first.

Once you’ve done all you can do, you can see what is left. Perhaps you need a Melbourne painter or electrical contractor. Whatever you need done, looking up service professionals extensively online ahead of time will connect you with the right people and give you a much better deal. Naturally, you want to get everything scheduled, so this is another reason you want to start early.

Many people start buying many new items as they move into a house, too. Closing on a house and the move itself is a big enough deal for now. Moving is always going to cost a little money, but you’ve been told how to save money. So for the final tip, avoid those extra purchases that people make to get everything completely squared away, most often in terms of decor.

There is plenty of time to get to that later. Relax, you’ve made the move, and maybe it’s time to take the family out for a celebration dinner and a movie with all the money you saved.

Justin Berry

Written by: Justin Berry

I have a cat named Simon and a dog called Jon. Love the outdoors.