Tips For Moving To College


It is almost that time of year to pack up your newly graduated senior and send them off on their next journey, college life.  Many of us have been in this position, and it can be an emotional time for both parent and child.  Parents do not want to spend this time frustrated and tension running high with their new college student.  This is why hiring a professional mover can be a crucial part of moving your child into a dormitory or apartment.

Having a mover can take a huge weight off of students’ shoulders and allow them to concentrate on meeting new friends and getting involved around campus.  Coming from experience, this is a very important part of college life.  Friendships are formed quickly, and it will be reassuring to know that your child is comfortable when you leave campus.

Professional mover also know the ins and outs of a college town, which can save you a great amount of time on moving day.  They can help you determine at what times to avoid moving, because a dormitory or apartment move can be quite chaotic at certain times of the day.  Professional movers that are able to consult with their customers, advising them of best practices and informing them of helpful tips well in advance of the move, allows you to enjoy this time of growth for your child. Making early arrangements for moving your child into their student residence allows your movers to plan an efficient and trouble free move.

Scheduling the move early is a wise decision. This will allow you to become comfortable with the company and avoid any scheduling conflicts that may arise.  It will be very comforting to know that you have movers that care and understand the delicate nature of your teen leaving home for the first time.

As the new school year approaches, many students and parents will be preparing to move, and our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®  Brentwood movers will be eager to help. Early preparation for the big move will pay huge dividends at the end of the summer.

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