Organising a move from one home to another will take careful planning with a number of tasks needing to be complete by a certain date and time.
You will have more to do if you are planning on doing everything yourself although you need to probably get some extra pairs of hands to help with the heavy stuff such as tables, ovens and washing machines. Trying to move these items will most likely result in an injury to yourself or
the possibility of damaging the items that you are trying to move.
Regardless of which way you are going to it, the first step should be to make a list of all of the things that need to be completed before you arrive at the moving day.
There will be items that you may not have a use for that are still useable. These items can be either sold or given away to a charitable organisation if you wish to do so. You will need to think how you are going to move these bits and this should be done before the actual removal date so you can just concentrate on the items that you are keeping and moving into your new home.
Besides this you will most likely have some stuff that is damaged and no longer useable. This will have to go into a rubbish pile and you will need to decide where and how you will dispose of it. This could be a local recycling centre or rubbish dump. Always remember to recycle what you can as it will help the environment in the long run.
Once all of your piles are complete and you only have your possessions that you wish to move to your new property you should ten concentrate on packing in things in boxes to keep them safe from damage.
Transport will be needed especially for the larger items like sofas and fridges. You can hire a van if you do not possess one.
If all of this seems too much hard work, then you should consider hiring a removal company to help. You can search online by typing in something like reliable house clearance in london