We all know that moving home can be hell on earth. There are so many different little things to consider, and every single one that could go wrong is a potential disaster in the grand scheme of the move. We understand that many of you out there will have had little to no experience of organizing a move, and will want to get everything done as quickly as possible, and preferably by someone else! However, if you are moving home to N8, set a budget before hiring a N8 removal company or anything else, as you will find that your expenses will quickly spiral out of control if you do not know what you are doing.

When you are moving home the temptation is to try and forget that you even have to go through with the process. It can be difficult to face up to, especially with work and other parts of your life to juggle. However, taking the bull by the horns and spending a little time getting everything right is very important, as it will mean that you are much calmer throughout the process, and it will also mean that you can predict and control things much more easily.

Start by setting out a plan for the move. Take a few sheets of paper and make a sort of chronological move sheet, onto which you can note down when, where and how you are going to do everything. This sort of planning will give you a great insight in to how much you need to get done, and how much time you have in which to do it. The process should spark a few ideas as to what you may not have previously thought about as well, so it can be very valuable in looking at things from a fresh, new perspective. Noting down how much everything costs is also very important. You can get rough quotes from the internet as to what things will be priced as, and sum them all up alongside your plan. If you do this well enough in advance then you should work out quite quickly and easily how much you are likely to be spending. Does this amount fit your budget though? If it does, then you can go ahead and carry on with booking things in. If it does not, or you would like to reduce it considerably, then it is worth spending some time going through the list and working out what you can be doing for cheap or even free, instead of spending loads of money on. Things like getting boxes for free or cheap on ebay, and using a man and van with some friends rather than booking a huge removals company can be a great start towards making your move much more financially manageable. It is this sort of out of the box thinking that will make you clearer and less panicked by the N8 move, especially if you are concerned about cash flow during the process.

Hopefully you will have enough of a budget to cover the move that you require, but even so, planning and budgeting is hugely important, as it gives you a chance to realize how to get things done in the most economical way for your move. If you do not set things out and do the costings beforehand, then you will likely waste hundreds of pounds in making mistakes as to who you use in the end!