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Moving Tips: Going cordless in your new home

Ditching a desktop computer for a laptop is one way to eliminate a bunch of cords and wires from your residence.

Ditching a desktop computer for a laptop is one way to eliminate a bunch of cords and wires from your residence.

Moving containers for those heading to a new place are generally filled with a wide array of home appliances and knick-knacks, including wires and cords for various electronic items.

Having to load and unload these products that need to be plugged in can be a hassle. Finding the right area of the home to put these items can be tricky as well. To avoid having to deal with the wires, it may be wise to ditch them and get cordless devices.

Assuming it fits in your budget, you could spend some money to replace things like a stereo system or a printer - in other words, items that typically come with several cords and wires. The excess cords leave you with limited numbers of outlets to plug them into, and can unnecessarily take up space in your new residence.

A prime example of a product that requires too many plugs to operate are desktop computers. Though many people these days opt for laptops and other more modern PCs, some people stick with older models that come with numerous connections.

Though it could be costly to replace a computer, there's a plethora of websites and retailers that offer discounts, so it may be worth it to invest some time to research affordable possibilities.

Aside from having to plug in fewer cords throughout your home, you may also end up with a decent amount of extra space which you could use for a variety of purposes.

Do you have a side table or chair you want in your home but can't find the space for it? Clear out some wires and cords and you could have a substantial amount of space for them.