Before you move out of your apartment or house, make sure to cancel or transfer all your utilities and home services like cable, water, electric and more.
No matter how much preparation you do or how much time you allot yourself, moving to a new home is a lot of work and sometimes you can forget to take care of certain tasks. Aside from actually moving your furniture and belongings, shutting off your utilities and transferring other services is one of the most important parts of moving.
If not done properly, you could end up paying unnecessary bills and fees. Here are a few tips on things you should do before you move out of your home and how to save as you upgrade to your new Clayton Built® home.
About a month before moving, you should call and notify any relevant services that you need to cancel, transfer or set up new service. By calling in advance, you’re not only helping yourself, but also these companies are more likely to be friendly and give you helpful service.
Here are a few more points that will help you take care of home services that you no longer need once you move.
Hopefully these tips on cancelling your utilities services will help your moving process go smoothly! Once you’ve moved on to the next chapter of your life in your new home, make sure you update your new address with all important offices like the IRS, your state’s motor vehicle agency and other offices.
Then you can begin making your home your own! You can hang pictures where you want, landscape, and even create your own unique living room layout to personalize your manufactured home.