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Moving Tips:

1. Which company?
With hundreds of moving companies operating in UAE, it’s not easy to choose the right one.
So here’s a few criteria you should consider while deciding on the right one:
Customer Ratings: Customer reviews and feedback are a good way to determine the quality of moving companies. Check their ratings and reviews on and also contact some of the reviewers to ask details on their experience, if you wish so.
Tools and materials: Check/ask the tools and material the company is using. Good moving companies have new closed trucks, use strong and branded packaging materials, and usually have their own warehouses for storage.
Company Staff: Good moving companies have good English-speaking teams in uniforms. They come to moving day fully prepared and with sufficient number of people.
Age of the company: Check out how long the company is in the business. Especially in the UAE, where moving companies can start and close within the same year, old companies in the market will be more reliable.

2. How to get prepared?
  • Get ready to ensure everything goes smoothly on the day.
  • Before the moving day make sure you and the mover agree to all terms and conditions of your quote before signing anything.
  • Give the moving crew clear directions to your current residence and new destination before the day of the move.
  • Arrange for a cleaning service to clean your new home first and then your old home once everything is out.
  • Pack your first-night box.
  • Take care of your food. Consume everything beforehand or arrange for a cool box to store all the items in on the day of the move.
  • Ask neighbours to take care of your pets on the moving date. Cats and bubble wrap, or dogs with packing pellets isn’t the greatest combination.
  • Set aside valuable belongings, like passports, jewellery and wallets, before the move date for you to transport personally. You don’t want anything getting packed away in one of the boxes by accident.
  • Set up a “For Charity” box for everyone in the house to use as they organize their belongings for the move.
  • Get cash to have on hand to tip movers.

3. How to decide what should stay behind?
The upside of moving is that it forces you to make a clean sweep of the house, getting rid of items that you no longer use or need. Before moving, it's a good idea to sort through your things so you don't end up moving stuff that you don't need and have never really used. Not only will it save you time in packing and unpacking, but it will also save you money; the more stuff you have to move, the more expensive it will be.
Get rid of the things you don't want or need before you start packing. It's not an easy task, but one that's necessary.