If you’ve recently had a close relative pass away, you’ve got a lot on your mind. There are emotions to deal with, funeral expenses, and friends and family stopping by offering their condolences.
The last thing you probably want to do is to decide what happens to everything in the house that you’ve inherited. You don’t want to rush through it, because you’ll end up getting rid of something that you shouldn’t have. At the same time you might be anxious to get the house itself on the market. Here are a few ways that our movers and packers can help.
Moving It To Your House
If you have room in your home, we can pack up and move everything from your relative’s home to your own. People will often put their cars on the street and have us fill up the garage with the inherited items. Items that you’re sure you want to keep, like antique furniture pieces, can be moved by our professional movers directly into place in your home.
Move It To Storage
One of the biggest mistakes people make is to throw away stuff without going through it first. Our packers and movers can help you get everything into a storage unit so that you have time to sort everything properly. After all, you don’t want to pitch precious photos just because they were in the same milk crate as the old phone bills.
Moving It To A Donation Center
Some relatives have antique chifferobes and Tiffany lamps. Others have 1980’s presswood dressers from Wal-Mart and lamps from…well, Wal-mart. If you don’t want to keep it and it won’t sell, we’re more than happy to include a trip to a donation center in our moving quote.
Moving It To The Landfill
Everyone has junk, and that includes your relative. Some stuff just needs to head to the landfill, and our Clutter Capture can get rid of anything that you have no problems saying goodbye to.
We’re sorry for your loss, and Fresh Start wants to make everything as easy on you as possible in this hard time.and we can get your stuff where you need it.