Austin Local Movers – 512-443-3700

With moments left to spare,

before your move there is a ton that needs to be done.  Other than the obvious, like packing, buying materials, looking into a  moving service, etc.  There are other tasks that must be completed before you can move into a new neighborhood  or community.  Such as the great community that our local office serves.  To make sure that you’ve done everything to ensure a successful move, here are some last minute to-do’s to keep in mind.

Open New Bank Accounts

A lot of banks are regional, so if you’re moving long distance you may have to find a new bank that’s closer to where you’re moving to.  If you need to find a new bank, be sure to open a new account before closing your current account.

Find a new Doctor

Finding a good doctor is crucial.  Obviously, it’s hard to take your current doctor with you on your move.  So research and talk to local doctors in your new area and talk to them until you find one who puts you at ease when it comes to your family’s well-being.


Don’t leave loose ends and either transfer or resign current memberships

Transfer Medical Records / Insurance

Have up to date medical records for the new doctor, and contact your insurance company and make them aware of your move.  Some insurance companies don’t cover certain areas of the country.

Clean Out the Freezer

Begin using frozen goods a month before you move.  If you have any left over, dispose of them.  Those items will probably go bad during the moving process.

Our local movers office strives to be a few notches better than other Austin local movers.  So we can help you accomplish everything you need to ensure a quick, easy, and effortless move.  Just check our website or call for a free local move or long distance move estimate.  Even if you just need packing materials, we provide those too!  Let our family move yours

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