So you want to ease into your new home without any major hick-ups. You've done your research, and you've made all the right arrangements. A major factor you may not be planning ahead for is attitude. On most moves, there is a brief period of nervous examination, followed by relaxation once it is clear that the movers aren't going to destroy everything. We try to make this abundantly obvious by using entryway protection immediately when we enter your home. After the first few pieces are wrapped it becomes quite clear that we've come prepared to do the job right. You can relax and let the professionals handle it from here. This is the way most moves go, and it creates a great start to a great moving experience.
There are lots of things that people do to create the right environment for a positive experience. Some people play music. Whether you play your own, or ask the movers what they like, it helps create a pleasant mood. Some people like to have refreshments, or snacks ready. This isn't necessary as they have their own, but it's always nice just the same.
There are some things that can put strain on your experience. Letting your movers know about something that needs special attention is a must, but taking this to an extreme, and giving too much instruction throughout the move removes the ability for the professionals to perform at their best. They do this every day, and have a process, and a way to do things that gives them the best results.
In conclusion, get ready to let the professionals handle the move, sit back, and relax.