A Top to Bottom New Home Checklist

When you purchase your new home and get ready to move in there are several things that you need to do to make your moving experience go on without any issues. Here are a few tasks that you should do to make sure that moving into your new home goes smoothly.

Utilities.

If you have not already talked to the utility company, now is the time. You want to make sure that your gas, internet, water, electricity, and sewer are all turned on. This will help to ensure that everything is up and running as it should by the time you move in.

Pest control.

When you move into your new home, it is better to be safe than sorry. You never know if there have been any pests in the home so it is a good idea to call a local pest control company to come out to do an inspection. This will help to ensure that you have no unexpected guests in your home.

Locks.

When you move into your new home is a good idea to go ahead and change the locks. This is because you never know who has the key to your home and it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Plug in the appliances.

When people move out they typically unplug the appliances, especially in the refrigerator. Make sure to plug in the appliances to ensure they are in good working order.

Security.

You want to make sure that you set up security in your new home. A good security system will be a great way to make sure that your home is protected from intruders

Change your mailing address.

You will want to make sure that you change your mailing address when you move in. You can do this online and in the post office. This will ensure you don’t miss any bills or important letters during your transition.

Sleeping arrangements.

On your first day in your new home, you will want to work out the sleeping arrangements. The very first thing that you should set up when you move into your new home is the beds. Figuring out where everyone will sleep, and who gets what room will help you be organized as well as help you settle into your new home. Then you can unpack the boxes at your leisure.

Pets.

If you have dogs or cats are in your home and moved to a new home, they may be a bit stressed. It is a good idea to bring something from their previous home. Expect your pet may be a bit stressed for the first few days as they get to know their new home and their new routine.

Meet your new neighbors.

Take some time to go and meet your new neighbors. It is always a good idea to meet your neighbors to start up friendships and to see how the neighborhood is. This will help make sure that your transition into the new neighborhood goes smoothly and help you to make some new friends.

Moving to a new home can be daunting, but with a little work, you will have a happy new home that you will be able to have a good life in. Use the tips above to help move into your new home smoothly.

 

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