Inkless pens, shoes with holes, and that free t-shirt from your company’s picnic 10 years ago are all obvious purges when you’re about to move to a new home. But what about the less-obvious items? St. Pete Moving & Storage has worked with hundreds of families on their household moves, so we’ve put together a list of those extras you might want to consider purging. Check it out and remember that organizing now will help you save both time and money in the long run!
Kitchen Appliances You Never Use
Maybe once upon a time you thought you’d be churning your own ice cream every week, but it’s clear now that you just don’t have the motivation. This is an opportunity to clear your kitchen by selling appliances in a yard sale or online or giving them to someone who will actually use them.
Cheaper furniture is generally made of material that is susceptible to chipping or cracking, so use your move as an excuse to upgrade! Bring furniture to a local donation center to make sure it doesn’t go to waste.
Let’s face it; your sheets and towels probably haven’t been replaced for a while. They might even be fraying and faded. Plus they’re pretty bulky, making them inconvenient to handle during a move. Toss them!
Your Expert Household Movers
After decluttering, it’s important to find household movers that are knowledgeable and can assist with other areas of the moving process. At St. Pete Moving & Storage, we provide household moving services for any size or scope of move! Contact us or fill out our online form to receive a free moving estimate.