Lighten Your Load- A Guide for Simple Moving

Moving is undoLighten Your Load- A Guide for Simpler Moverubtedly the most stressful task. You experience a huge load of task on your shoulders. From managing kids to packing even the smallest items and securing each box as well, you need to control your nerves before heading to start your move. However, there is a small guide mentioned below which can help you lighten your load.

Pack the Right Appliances

It takes a lot of time to pack every item. Even after packing, you have to pay some extra attention in safely moving them while carrying a fear to damage them. What you should do is, check each piece and see if you need to it or not. Keep only the one, which is important for you. Throw away the outdated one. No need to move waste.

Bigger Items First

It is best to first pack bigger items. You will feel relieved once those large boxes are secured. Organize each item properly into the box. Try to save more space. Use moving pads to protect your belongings.

Organize and Label

One thing that most people ignore is, they do not label the boxes. Remember to end your moving task successfully without any loss or damage; first, you have to manage the entire task. You have to organize each item properly and label the boxes. In this way, you will know where the particular box is to be dropped and what items do they carry.

Even though you go on hiring the best moving company, you have to perform the task mentioned above. Moreover, every moving firm suggest its customers to first change the residential address in their bank records, go for checking insurance plan and update the mailing address as well. It is best to create a checklist entering each of the important tasks above the less important ones.


How to Paint the Interior Walls of your Home

Painting interior walls of your homeMoving to a new place? Does it need a new paint job? I say save the money and paint it yourself! With these step-by-step instructions, you’ll have your interior walls painted in no time.

The most important part of painting is the prepping. A good start is the key to a great paint job. Before beginning, cover the floors with drop cloths. This will protect the floor from paint and other materials.

After you’ve covered the floors, check the walls for scratches or holes. If you find any surface imperfections use a putty knife to fill them with light weight spackle. Make sure to remove any excess spackle using the putty knife.After that dries, smooth the repaired areas with a small piece of sand paper. This will allow you to paint evenly on the walls.

Clean any dust or cobwebs that you see around the walls. Remove as much as you can. You don’t want spots to be raised up under the new coat of paint.

For a clean, professional look apply painter’s tape to door and window trims, baseboards, molding, and other areas that you’re not painting. While applying the tape, make sure to press firmly around the edges to avoid any “bleeding”.
Time for primer! Take a thick paint brush with and paint 2-3 inches of primer on the edges of the walls where they meet the corners, door and window trims, baseboards, molding, door hinges, etc. This will make the actual painting, with rollers, much easier because the rollers can’t reach those confined places. Once you’ve finished, use the roller to do the rest. Work with one section at a time painting strokes top to bottom in a V or W shape. Always paint over wet primer to give it a clean look. Let the primer dry.

You’re almost done! Once the primer is dry, use the paint brush to paint 2-3 inches on the edges, like you did with the primer. Once that’s dry, use the rollers to paint, using the same technique that you did with the primer. Remember, when painting in strokes, always paint over wet paint to make everything flow nicely together.

Take off the painter’s tape and enjoy your beautiful new painting job!