Before the movers can deliver your items, a few things will need to be prepared. Firstly, ensure the moving company has all the correct information, delivery address, and contact numbers. It is best that you’re home for the unloading of your items, however, if this is not possible, have someone there who can accept the delivery. Inform the moving company.
You will need to make sure ahead of time that the moving truck can park without any problems. Obtain parking permits if needed. The closer the moving truck is to your home, the easier and quicker unloading will be. It will also lessen the chance of any additional charges, such as long carry. If you live in a building with an elevator, it might need to be reserved. Speak with the building manager to ensure the elevator will be available for your use on the delivery date.
If small children and babies will be present on the day of delivery, it is advised to have a babysitter to watch and keep them out of the way of the delivery crew. This will prevent any accidents and allow you to focus on your delivery. Older children often like to be involved, there are plenty of little jobs to keep them occupied.
Many moving companies provide unpacking services. If you would like to add this to your estimate, make sure you do so prior to delivery day.
Moving to San Francisco with Children
Often described as vibrant, and fantastic, San Francisco is a great city to move to with children.
With its small size of almost 47 square miles, you have everything you need to raise children in this dynamic, and multi cultural city.
Like New York, San Francisco is one of the most expensive cities in the world, and you’ll pay high prices in housing to live in this city. But for many, nothing beats living in San Francisco! Depending on the needs of your family, San Francisco offers many child friendly areas to live where your family will discover the hidden gems of this city.
San Francisco is an outdoor adventurers paradise. There is so much to do and see. Depending on the ages of your children, there is something for all ages. Take a walk across the famous Golden Gate Bridge or through the Golden Gate Park, which is full of activities for children. Parks and greenery surround San Francisco. On a clear day, visit the beach or take stroll through one of the neighborhoods, or through Chinatown. San Francisco boasts some of the finest children’s museums, for both after school and vacation fun. There’s always something to do! And soon enough you’ll be part of a community of familiar faces.
San Francisco offers some of the top rated schools, and once your children are ready for university, San Francisco is home to three of the most notable universities.