If you are planning on breaking up with your boyfriend or girlfriend and moving out of the apartment the two of you share, but you will only have the time that they are at work to get the move completed, there are some things you want to do before you end the relationship. If you want to make a fast escape, you need to have everything planned out in advance. With the help of experts, you can make it look like you never lived there.
Check to See if You Get Enough Moving Insurance
The professional moving company may only cover a specific financial amount per pound, and your items may be more valuable than what the company covers. You want to know that all your items will be replaced if they are are damaged, and you may need to get your own moving insurance on top of what the moving company has. Contact a local insurance company to get a quote.
Mark What's Going
Find a quick way to mark everything that is getting moved for the professionals to do the work quickly. This may mean putting all of the boxes in the living room, and then putting dot stickers on all of the furniture. Whatever way is the easiest way to mark the things that are yours, do it before the moving team gets there. Make sure you are available for any questions to help keep the move going smoothly.
Hire Local Movers
The professional local movers should be able to get everything out of your old living space in just a few hours, and then they can get the items safely unpacked in your new living space. Most moving companies will send a group of at least two professionals, and they have equipment to do the hauling and lifting that is needed quickly. This way you don't have to worry about manpower, space or other complications.
If you can't find a new place to live or you don't have enough room in your new space, you'll want to consider getting a storage unit. Your local moving services can take the items to your storage unit and unload them there for you until you figure out what you want to do with them. Get quotes from moving companies to see who you can afford, and then set everything up so you can get your things out of the joint living space.