De-cluttering is quintessential when you are moving. You have to sort all your possessions, get rid of unessential items and take care of the important assets. You should consider reducing the tonnage so you can save some money. It is also rather unnecessary to deal with stuff that you do not need anyway. Yet, you must consult your home movers before you begin de-cluttering.
Homeowners or tenants may presume they have sufficient or insufficient space for everything they have at the new place. Every house will have some nonessentials or items that are no longer used. These can be got rid of during a de-cluttering exercise. However, there will be some goods that may be utilitarian but people do decide to get rid of them presuming there will not be enough space at the new address. This is why it is necessary for home movers to do a job they are good at. They can easily measure the quantum of space available vis-à-vis the place you have now. They can accordingly recommend if you should get rid of some of the stuff or carry everything with you.
It is obviously important to consider reducing the weight of the entire load being moved. Absolutely nonessential items should go despite the fact there may be enough space at the new place. Outdated stuff that does not complement the new place should also be disposed off or resold. But any item that can still be used or reused in some way should not find its way to the storage or a yard sale. It is possible to carry out this assessment without the help of home movers. You can measure the volume of space at the new address yourself and come up with a plan of action but the technicians or movers will probably do a better job.