For those who are moving out of or into a condo or apartment, there are a few additional details in play from your standard home move. Thankfully, our professional moving teams are ready to get the job done and more than up to the challenge of booking elevators and a few stairs!
With more than three decades of moving experience, we’ve seen it all when it comes to moving apartment rentals. These facilities often have strict rules and regulations to follow, and our professional moving teams are trained to ensure your move is a breeze.
Saving you time and money
Time and money are at a premium when completing a rental move, and our moving teams know how to save you both.
- Our understanding of the rules for condominium and rental properties allows us to navigate the move with precision and safety. We pad wrap all doors and walls, and protect elevators while moving your belongings, which helps eliminate property damage so you can get your security deposit back.
- Hiring TWO MEN AND A TRUCK to complete your rental move also allows you to stay in your location longer because hiring our professional moving teams makes it a quicker process than doing it yourself. This allows you to focus on other important tasks like cleaning and packing.
Rental Move Out Checklist
For those about to complete a rental move, we have developed an effective list of tips for first-time renters! This tenant move-out checklist will cover all of the bases you need when completing a move from a rental property, and can be your go-to rental checklist for any future moves you complete.
- Get rid of unnecessary items: Find somewhere to donate items you no longer want, offer other items to people who might want them, or just throw them away all together. This will save you the hassle of moving these items on moving day.
- Notify your landlord of the upcoming move: Some rental properties need a written notice in advance of your move, so be sure to check with your property on the proper procedure, and check to see if they have certain rules for moving in and out of the rental.
- Take care of bills: Double-check and ensure all bills are paid in full and shut off so you aren’t stuck paying for something at your next location.
- Document the condition of your rental: Take pictures and be sure to take note of any damages or other incidents that occur to make sure you aren’t charged for something you didn’t do.
- Pay attention to additional space: If your rental property contains a separate storage unit or storage space, make sure to mention it when you get your estimate so everything you need is removed and taken care of before you move out.