Are You Moving To Lake Of The Ozarks Dont Forget These 14 Things

Dated: July 23 2018

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14 things to make your moving day go more smoothly: 

1. Bottle Water & Food 

2. Boxcutter to make it easier to open things that were over-taped. 

3. Cleaning Supplies to make sure you can give your new home a deep clean before you settle in

4. Closet Hangers 

5. Cooler with Ice this is a good idea if the previous owner didn't leave a refrigerator and your new one hasn't arrived yet! 

6. Furniture Sliders allow to move things easily without scratching the floors

7. New Front Door Lock 

8. Lamps in case some rooms don't have overhead lighting, you don't want to spend the first night in your new home in the dark! 

9. Light bulbs and Batteries

10. Toiletries-- personal hygiene is important and probably the last thing on your mind on moving day-- moving can be sweaty and you want to be able  to take a shower at the end of the day! 

11. Trash Can and Trash Bags

12. Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors

13. Sticky Notes to mark where you want things

14. Your Favorite Beverage to celebrate your new home! 

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