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7 Important Things You Need For A New Home

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  • It requires a lot of effort and time to find a house that’s everything you hoped for. But if you thought it’s going to smooth sailing after that, you’re in for a small surprise. The real challenge is now: moving in and converting a house into your home.

    When you start planning your move into your new home, it’s easy to think of all the big and obvious things like getting a bed, a couch, a table, and some chairs. But there might be small yet essential things you might forget about like these key seven things highlighted below:

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Ladder

Notes:

  • Once you’ve moved into your new home, there’s going to be at least some maintenance, cleaning, or repairs you will need to perform. To access areas beyond your reach, balancing yourself on chairs is not a safe option.
  • Ladders make things easier and thus are essential in every home. When you’re buying one, don’t just buy the prettiest one you see.
  • Ladders come in several types, so make sure you get a ladder that is right for the job. Additionally, check its durability, size, maximum height, and weight holding capacity as well.
  • You can also consider investing in a step stool for your home. That way, you can reach high cabinets and top shelves and use it to store your non-essential and seasonal items.
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Curtains

Notes:

  • To make your new home elegant, you should get curtains for your windows. Not just does it add decorative flair, but it also makes your home feel cozier and more complete. Choosing the right curtain color, length, and fabric can also make your room feel bigger than usual.
  • Choose different curtains for different rooms. For example, since you want a lot of light in your kitchen, choose a lighter fabric. For more privacy in your bedroom, go with something heavy like muslin or velvet.
  • Getting a shower curtain is just as important to add décor and privacy to your bathroom. It will also help keep away water and moisture in the shower area, making cleaning easier. Vinyl curtains are one of the popular materials for shower curtains, but you can also look for microfiber, polyester, or cotton.
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Trash cans

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  • To deal with all the clutter and mess that comes with moving from one home to another, you will need to buy multiple trash cans and liners. Get one for each room, so that it’s convenient to throw trash right away instead of letting it pile up.
  • The shape and size of the bin you buy primarily depends on where you will be using it. This is because each room produces different types of waste in different amounts.
  • For example, get a wire-mesh open-top one for the office space, as this will be used only to collect non-odorous paper waste. When it comes to the kitchen, you want to get something that’s washable and comes with a lid.
  • For outdoor use, consider getting a large one with a lid and wheels made of durable plastic.
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Emergency kit

Notes:

  • It’s never too early to put together an emergency preparedness bag. This is a kit that contains everything you need in the unlikeliest events and situations. Putting it all into a bag will make it easier to run in case an evacuation is required.
  • Make sure to include essential items like water and food for three days, first aid kit, some cash, a change of clothes, a flashlight, and medication.
  • Depending on the issues specific to your area, you might have to add other items as well. Ensure that you pack enough for each member of your family.
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Toolbox

Notes:

  • When you first move in, there will be a lot of jobs you will have to take on, like putting together furniture or hanging a frame. And to do this, you need a well-equipped toolbox of your own. You don’t want to be labeled as somebody who’s always borrowing tools from his neighbors, do you?
  • To start with, buy some essential tools for your toolbox. A utility knife, plunger, work gloves, wrench, scissors, pliers, screwdriver, extension cord, tape measure, and hammer are some of the essentials you would want to have by your side.
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Electric Kettle

Notes:

  • Whether you’ve bought cooking utensils for your new home or not, get an electric kettle right away! You will find that it’s an incredibly useful device, whether you drink tea or not.
  • It gives you boiled water much faster than a stovetop. You can use this to make a quick cup of tea or coffee for surprise visitors. You can also use boiling water to make instant ramen or use it for cooking pasta faster.
  • Electric kettles are handy and have a higher water holding capacity than stovetop teapots. You will also be saving so much on gas this way.
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Fire extinguisher

Notes:

  • Every home should have a fire extinguisher. They’re an essential part of your home safety plan, just like smoke alarms. Knowing when and how to use one can prevent damage to property and lives.
  • When you’re in the market looking to buy one, you will see that there are at least three different types of fire extinguishers. This includes Carbon dioxide extinguishers, foam extinguishers, and AWP (Air Pressurized Water) fire extinguishers.
  • Generally, for domestic use, you would want to get a multi-purpose extinguisher that can work on all three classes of fire (A, B, and C).
  • To put out kitchen fires, keep a compact wet chemical fire extinguisher handy as it is specifically intended for grease and electrical fires.
  • FINAL WORDSIf you’re a first-time homeowner, you will soon realize that your new home does not come with everything you thought it might. Or, because you’re under a lot of stress because of the shifting process, you might have just missed buying some essential items.
  • This list of seven important things for a new home will help make sure you’re not caught unaware.
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