We offer a full move management service to support older adults (and their families) with the emotional and physical aspects of downsizing and relocation.
Our move management process
For your move, we’ll follow our tried and tested process:
Consultation — Free one-hour consultation
We will start with a phone conversation and then move to an in-person meeting. We provide every client with a free hour of consultation to understand what your needs are and how we can best help you.
Planning Your Move
Next, we’ll look at different moving companies, estate companies, and how much needs to be done and the direction/time frame we will need to help with. We will map out everything for you.
Packing and Unpacking
Packing can be done either by us or the moving company. Many moving companies will do the packing, but they won’t do the unpacking! We will do the unpacking for you and set up your new home, ready for you to move in.
If the home you are moving from needs to be sold or rented we will stage it with furniture and furnishings so it will show better.
Managing the Move
Once we embark on the moving stage we will manage all the moving pieces between the moving company, the estate company, and other options. We will also manage what items are going to family members and what items may go to donations. We make sure your items are dispersed appropriately.
Design of New Residence
Trusted Transitions will create floor plans, then with our eye for design, we’ll make your house a home.
We can help with your new home as much or as little as you need after unpacking. We can help with setting up services (phone line etc.), or getting schedules of mealtimes and activities. Items may be brought from or taken back to storage if you have things stored etc.
Professional relocating services located in Arvada
Organizing Your Current Home
Help organize your items
Carefully pack items you’re bringing into your new home
Organize donated items, ensure correct documentation for tax-deduction purposes
Ensure items reach the right family members/friends
Disposal of chemicals, medicine, and personal papers
Organize estate sales
Interviewing moving companies
Coordinate your change of address with Social Security, post office, and utilities
Making sure the right items are delivered to your new home