Having a good clean out is a great way to get your removals Fulham process started. It may seem like a lot of work to be doing just before the start of such a massive process, but in actual fact it can make the whole moving situation a lot easier. Getting rid of all of you extraneous belongings early on will mean that you have a lot less to pack, and therefore a lot less to move and unpack, which will obviously make the SW6 move itself quicker and easier. You will want to be filling your new place with only the that which you need, otherwise you will be moving into a cluttered place that will take ages to sort out, so getting things sorted through beforehand will be a great way to make sure that this is avoided. If you can spread the job across a few weekends, rather trying to cram it all in to one day, then the workload will feel a lot less hectic, and the process will be less stressful, meaning that you will likely make more effective decisions.
One of the best ways to get rid of things that you don’t need without feeling like you are loosing out, is to go to a car boot sale. Here, you will be able to price your items quite low and make a bit of cash whilst also getting rid of your clutter. The hope is that you can get rid of most of it in a day, and that which does not sell, you can donate to a charity shop or send to the recycling plant, knowing that you have at least tried to get some money back for them. If you have more pricy items that you know you can get more for then try more specialist outlets, like auction houses or antiques shops for furniture. Ebay is a great site, so make sure that you look to see if any similar items have gone for decent prices on there and you may find that you are sitting on a bit of a gold mine in terms of the hidden treasures that you may have in your attic!
One thing that should really be avoided when you are moving house is using SW6 storage. There can be serious difficulties involved in getting into the cycle of storage, as once you have started paying for a place to keep things, those items will have more of your money tied up in them, and will be worth more in your eyes, whilst in fact, they will be worth a lot less than you originally paid. With this in mind, you will likely be holding on to things in order that you will be able to fit them in to a future house, and therefore the investment will be worth it. Unless you have a set date for this, then you are in potential trouble, because once you have paid for a year of storage, you will not want to sell those items, as otherwise that years worth of storage costs will have been wasted… And so the vicious cycle starts. If you feel like you need to get storage for certain things, then you should make sure that you have a set plan for everything, and know exactly when you will taking everything out of storage, so that you can limit costs. Otherwise, only store items that will gain value whilst they are put away, rather than losing it.