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Top 10 Things to Pack When You Move to Denver

Moving to a new home is extremely exciting, and sometimes in all that excitement, we tend to forget important items! The Denver packers from All My Sons Moving & Storage, a premier Denver moving company, have created this list of the top 10 things that people often forget about. If you follow this guide, you will be completely prepared for the first few days after your move to or from Denver.

Keys: It’s so simple, but keys are so obviously left behind all the time! If you’re without keys you’ll be in real trouble, so don’t forget to pack these.

Chargers: Don’t forget all your essential electronic chargers. You’ll need your phone, laptop and tablet whatever else you’ll need to stay connected. You should keep these in your essentials bag/box.

Basic Cleaning Supplies: When you get to your new house and everything is unpacked, the dust will have settled. The last thing you want to do is not be able to clean, so make sure you pack glass cleaner, dish soap, sponges, a broom and dustpan so you can be prepared.

Medicine: Any prescription medication that you take daily should be packed first and in your essentials box.

Scissors: You are going to need to have some tool to help you unpack when you get to your new house. Don’t let your scissors or box cutter knife get lost in the chaos of cardboard boxes.

Toiletries: You’re going to want to remember all your toiletries so that you can freshen up right when you get to your new house.

First-aid Kit: After a long day of moving heavy objects, you might have a few cuts and bruises.

Spare Batteries: Just in case you have anything that isn’t rechargeable, bring some spare batteries. It’ll be a lifesaver for things like flashlights in the case of an emergency.

Change of Clothes: Don’t forget to include pajamas and underwear.

Shower Curtain: According to our Denver packers, this is one of the most forgotten items when people are packing.



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