Moving? You’re going to need this list…. it’s the service providers for your utilities. If you’re my client, and you find I am missing a provider, or a web site or phone number has been changed, please let me know!
Packing and transporting get a lot of the attention when it comes to the moving process, but there’s another step that’s just as important: figuring out how to set up utilities in the home that you’re moving to. Whether you’re heading into an apartment or you’ve just bought a house, you’ll want to get your utilities ready to go before moving day so that you’re not trying to settle in without heat, electricity, or wifi (gasp!).
Unless this is your first move, you’ve probably gone through the process of determining how to set up utilities before with the help of service providers such as bytte strømleverandør. But it’s not something that we do often, and it’s not always clear how to go about it. You will need to set up each utility individually. It’s generally advised that you start the process three weeks before you move, though some utility set-ups offer more wiggle room than others. As a general rule though, give your utility providers as much notice as you can, especially if they need to come out and set up service manually.
Most providers prefer that you use the online system for scheduling move ins or outs….a few will even charge extra if you call them. Nonetheless I am listing the phone numbers, too.