If you're going to order some furniture and arrange for it to be delivered to the property you'll soon be moving into, here are two tips to follow.
Ensure you have enough time to settle in before the furniture arrives
You may be given the option of choosing a specific date for the new furniture delivery. If so, you should ensure that the delivery date you pick is one that will give you time to settle in before the furniture arrives (for example, you could have the furniture delivered three days after the move).
Being able to put away most of your belongings before the furniture delivery occurs will mean you won't have to try to find space for the furniture in amongst all of your boxes. Instead, you'll have lots of empty areas in which to put the furniture. You'll also have time to give some thought to the best furniture arrangements for each room. Being able to settle in and decide on how to arrange the furniture before it gets there will mean you'll be less likely to arrange it in a way that turns out to be unsatisfactory (which would result in you having to move it around a second time).
Furthermore, if you have a few days to prepare your new home for this delivery, you will have time to mop or hoover the floors on which you'll be placing the furniture and to clean the skirting boards you'll be pressing some furniture against. This is important because if these areas aren't clean when the furniture arrives and you need to put it in place and start using it immediately, you might end up not cleaning these areas for months due to the effort involved in dragging the furniture out of the way to access them.
Ensure you've unpacked the boxes in your entryway and doorways before the delivery
If you own lots of things, you might not be able to get everything unpacked in time for the arrival of the furniture. If this is the case, you should prioritise unpacking any full boxes that you've stacked in your entryways and internal doorways.
Doing this will make it easier for you to take the furniture inside and put items that are designated for certain rooms into those rooms instead of having to ask the deliverymen to leave the furniture outside because your entryway and internal doorways are blocked (which might result in the furniture getting dirty or rained on). This also prevents you from having to ask them to wait whilst you hurriedly move boxes out of the way.
For more information on furniture delivery, contact a moving service in your area, such as Borgas Removals And Storage.Share