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November 06, 2018

Items to Keep with You When Moving to Little Rock

Moving - Items to keep with youBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

On the list of most difficult elements of moving is often the attempt of securely transporting your keepsakes and valuable items. There’s no question that the stress of making certain these precious things stay safe may be one of the most difficult aspects of your whole process.

Whilst you may be inclined to merely take with you all things in your very own car/truck cab (clothes, personal items, electronics, and so on.), it’s crucial to keep in mind that the substantial majority of your belongings run a small likelihood of getting damaged or misplaced throughout a professional move to Little Rock.

Additionally, selecting the regular moving package provided by a great many professional movers will often means that you receive “basic liability” safeguards which guards your possessions (with more coverage usually available at an extra fee.) With your possessions protected in case there is loss or damages, you may most likely simply want to pay extra care to pieces of irreplaceable or sentimental worth, such as rare family treasures.

The subsequent guide will attempt to offer you useful information on those things that you ought to keep with you for your peace of mind. Putting together a small check list of irreplaceable belongings to keep on your person throughout the move offers you comfort and prevent an extra dose of moving day worry:


No need to explain that all absolutely irreplaceable items in your control ought to be maintained within sight during your move, if possible. This may be a straight-forward endeavor when regarding trinkets, lockets, and the like. However, many movers might find themselves with vintage home furnishings along with other important items that rest on the larger or more heavy side of the spectrum.

If you find yourself with an essential item that is too sizeable to stay on you during your move, “maximum value” protection (or a equivalent mover’s insurance policy) is likely to become your best option. Also be certain to point out any pieces of high significance or feeble quality to the movers, so that they can be sure to ready the appropriate accommodations.


There is a strong possibility that you could be part of the countless families that have a relatively large quantity of photos. Though many have gone mostly digital in their picture taking, a vast amount of tangible picture albums continue to tend to be normal for many.

Physical photos of genuine significance can include child photos, graduation portraits, etc. It is necessary during your move to contemplate which photos in your gallery carry immediate importance, and think about loading them carefully in a moderate sized suitcase or the like to remain with you on your trek.

Personal Belongings

Traveling light can be a relief, however there are particular items you will want to be certain to carry on you in any move.These normally include significant documentation/paperwork, legal paperwork, property or home deeds, vehicle registration, and verifications of identification, such as social security cards and licenses.

In the event of any itinerary mix-up, you won’t want to get to your new location without critical documentation needed to kick off your newest undertaking! Beyond the basics such as your driver’s license and credit cards, make sure to have these items on-hand too, to circumvent any chance for them being lost during your moving shuffle.

And, if you are ready to begin planning your move to Little Rock, give A-1 Freeman a call! We can make the entire process less stressful from start to finish.


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The Mickelson Family
The Mickelson Family
Best. Move. Ever!
Very pleased with the overall respect and care the men gave to my possessions. Even mailing me very quickly the only thing lost in transit. Would recommend to anyone needing a long distant move.
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