During the hustle and bustle of a move, it’s easy to forget important tasks, like changing your address with community groups or, worse, forgetting to disconnect your utilities. Disconnecting your utilities from your old home and reconnecting utilities to your new home is an important step in the moving process. If forgotten, it could leave you in the dark on the first night in your new home.
To avoid being left without utilities, make sure to stay organized and contact all of your service providers well before moving day. Know what you are turning off and who to contact to turn these items on at your new location close to you moving date.
If you are moving locally and using the same utilities company in your new home as your old, communicate with each company that you would like to transfer services instead of starting a new account. You will avoid paying termination fees or security deposits!
Unsure of how to go about transferring your utilities? When you choose Georgetown Moving and Storage Company, our experts can assist you with everything from packing and hauling to moving day advice. Give us a call at (703) 466-0575 or contact us online to schedule your next move!
The key to a successful move is organization. At Georgetown Moving and Storage Company, we make moving easier by helping you stay organized throughout the entire process. Below, is our guide to help you arrange to have your utilities (including gas, electric, phone, cable, water, and more!) disconnected at your present home and reconnected at your new home.
When you choose us, we aim to make your move simple. We never let you forget the little things (or the big things!) to make the transition into your new home as seamless as possible. Whether you are moving a long distance, or you are staying local, we’ve got you covered!
To schedule your next move, give us a call at (703) 466-0575 and we will be happy to accommodate all of your relocation and storage needs!