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November 06, 2018

Items to Keep with You When Moving to Wichita Falls

Moving - Items to keep with youBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

One of the hardest elements of moving is generally the effort of safely transporting your mementos and valuable items. There is no question the fact that the stress of being sure these cherished items stay free from danger generally is one of the most challenging components of your entire process.

Whilst you could be inclined to simply bring along all things in your very own automobile/truck cab (garments, personal things, electronic devices, etc.), it is essential to remember that the large majority of your possessions have a nominal likelihood of getting harmed or lost in a professional move to Wichita Falls.

Furthermore, picking the standard moving package furnished by a great many professional movers will frequently means that you get “basic liability” protection which insures your possessions (with additional coverage generally sold at an additional expense.) With your goods covered in case there is loss or damage, you'll more than likely only desire to pay special care to items of irreplaceable or emotional value, such as rare family treasures.

The following information will aim to give you suggestions about those items that you should keep with you for your peace of mind. Generating a small check list of essential items to keep on your person over the move will provide you with peace of mind and prevent an additional dose of moving day tension:


Its fair to say that all absolutely irreplaceable items in your control ought to be maintained in close proximity during your move, if possible. This is usually a not too difficult endeavor when regarding trinkets, lockets, and stuff like that. However, many movers may find themselves with antique furniture and other valuable things that rest on the bulkier or more heavy side of the spectrum.

When you find yourself having an essential object that's simply too large to remain on you throughout your move, “maximum value” protection (or a corresponding mover’s protection plan) will most likely become your smartest choice. Additionally be sure to denote any items of special importance or delicate quality to the movers, to allow them to be sure to prepare the correct accommodations.


There is a strong possibility that you may be part of the many families that have a very large quantity of photos. Though many have gone mostly digital in their photography, a vast amount of actual photograph albums still tend to be standard for quite a few.

Physical pictures of genuine magnitude can include child photographs, commencement pictures, etc. It is necessary during your move to carefully consider which photographs in your assortment carry immediate importance, and think about putting them gently in a moderate sized suitcase or the like to keep on you throughout your journey.

Personal Items

Traveling light can be a relief, but there are particular things you’ll want to be sure to carry on you in any move.These normally include important documentation/paperwork, legal documentation, property deeds, motor vehicle registration, and verifications of identification, including social security cards and licenses.

In the event of any plan mix-up, you won’t want to get to your new area devoid of important documents necessary to start your most recent undertaking! Beyond the basics such as your driver’s license and bank cards, be sure to always keep these items on-hand as well, to avoid any chance of them getting lost during your moving shuffle.

And, when you are ready to commence planning your move to Wichita Falls, give A-1 Freeman a call! We will make the entire process less stressful from start to finish.


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The Mickelson Family
The Mickelson Family
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Very pleased with the overall respect and care the men gave to my possessions. Even mailing me very quickly the only thing lost in transit. Would recommend to anyone needing a long distant move.
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