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Have a Superb, Stress-Free Student Move to Hammersmith with These Tips

08Jun 2015

If you are a student about to relocate to your new accommodation in Hammersmith where you are planning to study, it can be pretty scary and you probably don’t have a clue where to start in terms of moving. Well, you can make it easier for yourself by following these easy steps. Student moving can be smooth and stress free – you just have to follow the steps below. So stop worrying and start getting organized and prepared now, for a successful move. Make it a move to enjoy.

1. Plan ahead
Planning is always a good start for any move to W6. Moving needs planning and organization in order for it to run smoothly and according to plan. So make sure you plan beforehand – even make a moving checklist. These are always useful and always come in handy. Sort out the items you intend to take with you and leave behind the things you won’t need at home. You do need to be strict when doing this because you don’t want to take tons of stuff with you. Remember, you probably have very limited space in your dorm in Hammersmith and people won’t appreciate you taking up all the space. So get that sorted.
 
2. Friends and family
Friends and family members are there to help you and if you ask nicely, they’d probably be happy to help you with your student removals to the W14 area. So don’t be afraid to ask. If you need a helping hand, ask them and tell them you will help them in return the next time they need help with anything. When it comes to relocation, the more hands the better.
 
3. Packing
You shouldn’t have lots to take with you but you will indeed have a fair amount of belongings and these will all need to be packed the right way when you move them. Most likely, you can’t afford to fork out on professional packers in W14. So do it yourself. Ask around for free boxes, get some newspaper, tape and bubble wrap – all things lying around the house – and take your time when packing. Make sure everything is packed securely and safely and once again, don’t be afraid to ask family, like your mum and dad or siblings, for a bit of help.
 
4. Man and van
A man with a van service is always the best choice for somebody who needs a cheap and fast move to Hammersmith. Is that you? Most likely. If you don’t want to pay over the odds for removals, take advantage of this service. It is becoming so popular, largely because it is inexpensive and isn’t too time consuming. So look around, do your research and opt for this service. You are bound to be impressed with it and it’s a service you will be able to afford.
 
5. Hire a van
If you would prefer to take care of the entire move alone and you can drive, why not hire a moving van? This will be even cheaper. Although you will have to be prepared to do all of the driving, loading and unloading. Yet again, ask for help – your family members are bound to be happy to lend a helping hand.
 
A student move is by no means a piece of cake. It takes effort, time and money. And, like most moves, it can be very stressful. Follow the above steps and you’ll be on your way to a super smooth and stress-free move. 

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