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Moving houses can be a stressful process. Packing up all of your household items and transporting them to a new place takes time, effort, and money. However, one way to make it easier is to hire the right people. Several jobs can be outsourced to save you from doing them yourself or to make them much more manageable. Here are five people to hire when moving into a new home.Moving soon? Unless you happen to have some very generous (and strong) friends to help you move, you’re going to need to hire help. Here are 5 professionals that can help you out! Click To Tweet
Hiring Help to Move Furniture
Manual laborers are usually required for the moving day. They work as a team to help you with any heavy lifting.
Boxes and furniture can be challenging to carry around, but laborers provide a fantastic service that makes this job much more manageable.
They are not always needed, especially if you have people helping you already. However, if you are considering bringing in the extra help of a few laborers, you won’t regret it.
They are the lowest costing form of manual work that you can hire, so it might be worth investing in them for your moving day.
Hire a Professional Rug Cleaner for Your New House
There’s no better time to get professional rug cleaning done than when you move into a new house. Usually, homes are empty, or there is minimal furniture when you first move in, which is the perfect scenario for a rug cleaner.
Having little clutter in the way means they can get a good clean of your carpet and rugs done. Professional carpet and rug cleaners will remove any stains, marks, or allergens, leaving them feeling as good as new.
Decorators Can Make Your New House Feel Like Home
There’s bound to be something that you dislike about the décor in a new house.
Whether it’s the wallpaper that you want stripping and replacing or the doors and kitchen cupboards need painting, decorators can get these household jobs done quickly and professionally.
Decorators can work for a company or as individual freelancers, so prices might vary.
Electricians Can Help Keep Your New Home Safe
When moving into a new home, you must have your electricity sorted as soon as possible if it’s not already installed throughout the home. Although most houses will already have electricity running through them, you may come across problems that need fixing before you can safely use your light switches or electrical equipment.
Electricians can replace electrical circuits, wiring, or equipment. If there are any problems, they can repair the damage, keeping your home safe and well-lit.
Hire a Plumber After Moving In to Catch Issues
Plumbers can be lifesavers when you first move into a new home. There’s nothing worse than moving into a house and realizing there is an issue with the pipes or the drainage systems.
Hiring a plumber as you move means that you can catch any problems early on.
They can also install new pipes and fixtures like sinks and toilets if you want to renovate your kitchen or bathroom.
Most plumbers work as freelancers, so you can choose who you want to hire based on their quote and the individual services they provide.
Would you ever hire labor for moving?
Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.