Boston relocation services

Boston Corporate & Executive Relocation Services

Relocating for work brings a whirlwind of change, from packing up your belongings to settling into a new city. While professional relocation services ensure a smooth transition, the support shouldn’t end once the boxes are unpacked. As you prepare to start afresh in your new home, it’s essential to consider the ongoing assistance needed to seamlessly integrate into your new environment. In this blog post, we’ll explore the crucial support you need beyond the move-in day, ensuring a successful transition both personally and professionally. Let’s dive in!

Simplified will take care of the little things that the professional relocation companies won’t. Here is a sampling of the services we can offer those who have just moved to a new city:

  • Handyman: Need paintings hung and furniture assembled? We’ll hire the perfect handyman for you and oversee the work.
  • Cable appointment: We can be there for the installation of your cable, phone & internet so you don’t have to wait around wondering when the technician might show up.
  • Dog walker: Who’s going to make sure your best furry friend gets exercise while you’re at work? We’ll find the best dog walker or doggy daycare in your new neighborhood.
  • Groceries: We know the first couple of days at home will probably be takeout. But after that you’ll be ready to cook a homemade meal or at least peel a banana for breakfast. Let us stock your fridge and pantry (even in bad weather!)
  • Dry cleaning: While acclimating to a new city, you don’t have time to find a new dry cleaner, let alone take the dry cleaning in. We’ll drop off and pick up your dry cleaning for you. We’ll even put it away in your closet if you’d like.
  • Storage: Why overload your new place with out-of-season items? We can make sure your winter clothes, skis and holiday decorations are out of the way until you need them.

Reach out to a member of our team to learn how Simplified Daily Living services may be the right fit for you.


Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in March 2017 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness