It is almost that time of year for college students to move from the dorm into a rental property or back home to mom and dad’s house for the summer. A college student’s semi-annual ritual of moving items on and off campus is a stressful one and brings with it a unique set of challenges. Be prepared for moving day with these tips:
What Should you Take Home?
Don’t make the move more stressful by taking home more than you need to. Only bring items you will need or use over the summer. Items you may want to take home include personal items, computers, TVs, stereos and other electronics.
What Should You Store?
If you know you will be coming back to Savannah the next year, you should consider storing larger items, such as futons, mattresses, dressers and other furniture items. You can also store comforters, pillows, dishes, winter clothes and anything else you won’t need over the summer.
Keep An Inventory
When you plan to store some items and to take some home, an inventory of where each item went will help you when moving back the following year.
Hiring a Mover to Help with your Move
If you find that the big move is too much to handle, seek professional moving services. Hiring professional movers will help get you from the dorm or apartment to your destination fast and easy. You can take care of the personal items going home with you, while movers can get your larger items to storage and then back to your dorm or apartment when it’s time to move back to college.
Find Out How American Moving and Storage Can Help You
Call American Moving and Storage today at 912-401-0362 to find out how we can we help you. American Moving and Storage’s team of qualified professionals are here to provide you with affordable relocation solutions and storage options that meet your specific needs. We provide a full array of moving services as well as climate controlled and secured modern warehousing for temporary and/or long term storage.