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Moving Company Pembroke Ontario. Serving Pembroke, Petawawa, Renfrew County, Armprior, Deep River, Chalk River and the surrounding Ottawa Valley. AMJ Campbell Moving Company, Canada's Largest Moving Company.
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Moving Company Peterborough Ontario Serving Peterborough and Ontario. AMJ Campbell Moving Company, Canada's Largest Moving Company.
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AMJ Campbell Edmonton, professional movers providing Canadians with quality and affordable moving services. Local, International and Office moving services.
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Kingston Moving Company, AMJ Campbell Kingston Movers; professional movers ‎supplying Canadians with quality and affordable moving services. Professional local, long distance, international and commercial moves.
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AMJ Campbell Ottawa, serving Ottawa and the greater Ottawa valley. Canada's largest Mover. Relocation / Moving services across Canada and internationally.
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AMJ Campbell Toronto East, serving Toronto East and the GTA. Canada's largest Mover. Relocation / Moving services across Canada and internationally.
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Moving Check List

One to two months before moving 
 Call AMJ Campbell for a free estimate.
 Have a garage sale.
 Fill out change of address forms.
 Make any necessary travel arrangements.
 Transfer memberships in churches, clubs and civic organizations.
 Obtain medical and dental records, x-rays and prescription histories.
 Ask doctor and dentist for referrals and transfer prescriptions.
 Decide how you are going pay for your move; credit card, cash, certified cheque.
 Check into the laws and requirements of your new city regarding homebased businesses, business licenses and any special laws that might be applicable to you.
 Take inventory of your belongings before they’re packed, in the event you need to make an insurance claim later.
 If possible, take pictures or video tape your belongings.
 Record serial numbers of electronic equipment.
 Make arrangements for transporting pets.
 Start using up food items, so that there is less left to pack and possibly spoil.

Two to four weeks before moving
 Switch utility services to new address.
 Inform electric, disposal, water, newspaper, magazine subscription, telephone and cable companies of your move.
 Arrange for help on moving day.
 Have another garage sale.
 Confirm travel reservations.
 Reserve elevator if moving from an apartment.
 Have appliances serviced for moving (speak to your Moving Consultant).
 Clean rugs and clothing and have them wrapped for moving.
 Plan ahead for special needs of infants.
 Collect valuables from safe-deposit box.
 Make copies of any important documents before mailing or hand carry them to your new address.
 Defrost freezer and refrigerator. Place deodorizer inside to control odours.
 Give a close friend or relative your travel route and schedule so you may be reached if needed.

Moving day
 Double check closets, shelves, attic and garage to be sure they are empty.
 Carry important documents, currency and jewellery yourself.
 Ensure movers have all your destination details; exchange phone numbers & email addresses etc.
 Before you leave town, contact the moving company and ask for the final “Weight & Charges”. After arriving at your new home
 Renew your driver’s license and auto registration.
 Contact the Destination Agent to get an update as to where the driver is and confirm delivery date.
 Shop around for new insurance policies, especially auto coverage.
 Revise your will and other legal papers to avoid longer probate and higher legal fees.
 Locate the hospitals, police stations, veterinarian and fire stations near your home.