If you’re moving to Memorial Heights, chances are high you have a lot to think about. From finding a place to live to hiring movers or figuring out a way to transport your belongings yourself, the moving process can be confusing and stressful. Fortunately, we have taken the time to assemble a brief guide to help you as you transition into living in your new home.
While relocating is not necessarily the most fun thing to do in your spare time, moving can be a lot trickier if you become injured in the process. For this reason, it’s important to take your time, plan ahead if possible, and pace yourself so that you’re not rushing around at the last minute. Physically-speaking, conduct yourself in a smart and safe manner by lifting with your knees, not your back. If you begin to pack and you find yourself struggling with heavy objects or you simply don’t have enough time to get everything accomplished, consider hiring a professional moving service such as 3-Men Movers for assistance.
Tips for Unpacking
One of the most effective ways to unpack is to take the process one room at a time. For instance, try to avoid opening all of the boxes in your living room, or randomly opening boxes, pulling out a few items, and moving on to the next. Instead, make sure you put each box in its respective room, then create a game plan. It may be best to choose one room at a time, and most people find it easier to begin with the rooms that they are in the most. Once those boxes are unpacked and broken down, then you can move on to the rest of the house.
What to Do With the Truck
You may find that returning a moving truck after you’ve finished moving is quite a headache. What happens when the trucking company doesn’t have a location in the town, or there is a return location, but you have no way to get home after you drop off the vehicle? In these cases, independent truck rental services such as 1st American Storage may come in handy. Here, you can rent a U-Haul, and this particular dealer is just minutes away from Memorial Heights.
Renting a Storage Unit
Have you noticed that you seem to have brought more items with you than you really need, but you’re just not ready to fully part with them? Renting a storage unit may be in your best interest. These types of facilities can house your furniture and unneeded items for varying lengths of time, depending on the contract you wish to sign. Nearby facilities include Public Storage and Uncle Bob’s Self Storage in Houston.
Living in Memorial Heights
Once you’ve unpacked, you can finally take the time to explore your new city. Consider visiting Saint Arnold Brewing Company to see how Houston’s favorite craft brewery operates, or indulge in one of the city’s best brunches and breakfasts at Baby Barnaby’s. Looking for recreational opportunities? Discovery Green, often considered to be Houston’s front yard, is a great place to take in some sun, ice skate, kayak, have a picnic, see a movie or a band, or play with the kids.