Any time you’re moving, you’ll need to invest a lot of time packing up your stuff and ensuring nothing is left behind. It’s best to start this process a long time in advance, like six weeks or more, if you can. You’ll have a lot going on in the last few weeks, and you might be shocked how long it takes to move a room you thought would be “fairly easy.” For example, Removals might take you 3 full days to pack a 2-bedroom house (and you’ll probably have to work, too!)
How long does it take to pack up a 2 bedroom house?
A rough estimate of how many full days you’ll need to pack is as follows:
- 1-2 days in a studio or one-bedroom apartment
- 2-3 days in a two-bedroom apartment or a home
- 3-5 days in a three-bedroom house
- 4-6 days in a four-bedroom house
- 5-7 days for a five-bedroom house
It’s only natural to anticipate you’ll need the greatest amount of predicted time – if you only plan for one day to relocate your studio apartment but end up needing two, you’ll be in a pickle. Hire Removals Lancashire to work fast!
How to pack up 2 bedrooms house?
It is all bases on how much stuff you have in those two bedrooms and how organized you are. If you’re a pro mover, a few hours should be enough. If this is your first time packing, give yourself a couple of weeks and anticipate making multiple trips to keep boxes and packing supplies because you will most likely not have enough the first time. If you have your plates and other fragile items, look for some YouTube videos for inspiration. I say at least a couple because they will occasionally say something dumb to you. Pack a suitcase for yourself to keep with you, with enough clothes for two days, so you don’t have to look for a shampoo and clean underwear while unpacking or even to pack. Unpacking a package to find the shirt you need, then repacking everything is a huge waste of time. Keep your laptop and other devices with you, maybe in the luggage above, rather than packing them in a box and loading them into the truck.
Set aside a plate, bowl glass, silverware for each individual, and potentially a saucepan and frying pan and important (only basic!) seasonings like salt and pepper while packing up your kitchen. You want to fill the kitchen while yet being able to eat. Use cooler bags and cooler chests if you have them to load the food in the fridge last, right before you leave, and unpack these first when you get to your new location. On moving day, DO NOT put wet clothes in the washing; they will be forgotten or remembered after rotting. Do not rush around without a plan; otherwise, someone will put waste bags (full ones) in the moving truck instead of the pick-up bin.
If you employ Removals Lancashire, the task could be completed in a single day. How motivated you are will determine whether or not you can complete the task independently. Packing will go more quickly if you are excited to get to your new location. There is a danger if you are not excited about where you are headed next.