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Consignment Crush welcomes you to Plano, TX - insider tips for a successful move.

Moving to Plano, Texas in June can be an exciting adventure! Here are some tips to make your move as smooth as possible:

Prepare for the Heat

- Hydration: Keep plenty of water handy. June in Plano can be quite hot and humid.

- Protect your Belongings: Items sensitive to heat, like electronics or candles, should be packed carefully to avoid damage.

2. Scheduling the Move

- Early in the Day: Plan your moving activities early in the morning to avoid the peak afternoon heat.

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Tips for a Successful Move to Plano, Texas

- Reserve Moving Services Early: June can be a busy month for moving companies. Book your movers or rental trucks well in advance.

3. Packing Tips

- Label Boxes: Clearly label your boxes, especially those with essential items you'll need immediately.

- Essentials Box: Prepare a box with essential items like toiletries, a change of clothes, and important documents so you can easily access them right away.

4. Exploring the Area

- Family-Friendly Spots: Plano is known for its parks and family-friendly environment. Take note of local parks, such as Arbor Hills Nature Preserve and Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve.

- **Community Events**: Check out local events and farmers' markets to get to know your new community.

5. Utilities and Services

- Set Up Utilities: Arrange for your utilities (electricity, water, internet, etc.) to be activated a day before you move in.

- Local Services: Find out about local services like waste collection, recycling, and postal services.

6. Address Change

- Notify Important Parties: Update your address with the postal service, banks, insurance companies, and other essential contacts.

7. Dealing with the Weather

- Severe Weather: Summer can sometimes bring storms. Keep an eye on the weather forecast and have a plan for securing your belongings in case of sudden weather changes.

8. Vehicle Registration

- Texas DMV: If you’re moving from out of state, you’ll need to register your vehicle and possibly get a new license at the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. You'll find an office across the street from our store!

9. Safety Measures

- Check Regulations: Be aware of any local ordinances or HOA rules that might affect your move-in process, such as rules about parking moving trucks.

10. Meet the Neighbors


Introductions: Take some time to introduce yourself to your new neighbors. Building a friendly relationship can be very helpful as you settle in.

Best of luck with your move to Plano! If you have any more specific questions, feel free to ask. We're here to add beautiful jewelry, art, furniture, and home decor to your new home.

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