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There are a few smaller sized moves that may be a bit of a conundrum for you in your own planning. With the possibility of not requiring a large team of workmen from a removal service to assist with the individual move, can be a little confusing over your options and how to approach the move. Moving as a student will see you moving a small amount of belongings potentially a long distance without the aid of parents, is going to make things a little harder for you. As a young person moving away from home for the first time, you want to be well informed and prepared.
For a miniaturized move, the ‘man and his van’ option can be best suited to your requirements. Small moves can be pretty stressful even if the process sounds simple enough. The best thing you can do is plan far ahead in advance and pack things up as early as possible, so that you are not rushing around at the last minute trying to find things. The lack of space you have to store items, in the cupboards provided, can cause problems and issues. So you should pack up CD’s etc. and place them under the bed or at the bottom of a wardrobe.
To be on the safe side, you want to make sure that you are going with a verifiable service that has got a proven track record. You don’t exactly want to put your trust in any old random anybody, especially if they are claiming to be able to offer services they cannot actually provide, with false pictures and a doctored web page. A man and van company with a history of multiple years providing a good service and who regularly receive great feedback and testimonials are going to be more trustworthy and reliable, already.
Do your research! Make sure you only use a company that has a registered address (which is proven to be used!) and always make sure you get hold of a landline contact number as well as mobile number. An honest and open company is better than one with a website with all the whistles and bells claiming to be something they’re not, so an old fashioned, old school ‘man and van’ independent company is just as worthy an option. There are plenty of websites that provide the chance to check up on companies and services are worth searching through too, to check up on local options that provide the service you want and are looking for.
As a student, it is worth researching the accommodation that the university you are attending will provide. This can influence your options, as you may have to plan smart and slim down your collection of belongings that you intend to take with you. En suite bathrooms, cooking provided etc., will all affect what to bring. Of course once you are there you can buy supplies, but working out the exact and specific items you will need to bring will ease things along. When you move whilst at university, recycled rental crates can be a cheap and useful option for moving belongings.
The amount of items and belongings compiled for the move to be taken with you, will differ according to your status as a student and therefore affect the move; the preparation and the allowance of allocated room for delivering them to your destination point. In first year, you will probably take a small amount with you given the course expectations. In second and third year, you will probably be living in a house share, which means you can take a bit more with you.