SCOTT M ALEXANDER | Tucker Real Estate, Evansdale Real Estate, Midvale Real Estate



This listing recently sold for $296,000.

4355 Bonaparte Drive, Tucker, GA 30084  

Residential
$305,000
Price
$296,000
Sale Price
4
Bedrooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Wonderful Golf Course View Two Story on Full Finished Basement. Updated Kitchen and Bathrooms w/ Granite Countertops. Gleaming Hardwood Floors in Most Rooms. Fenced In Patio w/ Decorative Patio. Huge Family Room, Formal Living Room w/ Separate Dining Room. Quiet Tree Lined Street. Upstairs Bonus "Half Bedroom" w/ Access to Upstairs Front Porch. Basement Includes Rec. Room / Home Office, Workshop and Storage Room. Spacious Deck Overlooking Manicured Backyard. Wonderfull Flat Lot! Immaculate and Move In Ready!


Need to relocate from one address to another? In all likelihood, you'll need to pack a variety of small kitchen appliances before moving day arrives. Luckily, we're here to teach you what it takes to safely and effectively pack up your microwave, toaster and other small kitchen appliances.

Now, let's take a look at three best practices for packing small kitchen appliances.

1. Clean and Disassemble Your Appliances

Before you start packing, spend some time cleaning your small kitchen appliances. This will ensure your appliances are neat and tidy prior to storing them in assorted moving boxes.

Unplug a kitchen appliance prior to cleaning. Then, allocate the necessary time and resources to wipe down your appliance's interior and exterior. After you clean your kitchen appliances, make sure they are completely dry before you pack them.

In addition, remove any loose parts from your small kitchen appliances. This will allow you to secure all associated appliance components in moving boxes.

2. Choose an Appropriate Moving Box

If possible, use a small kitchen appliance's original box for moving day. The appliance will fit perfectly in this box, thereby reducing the risk of damage while your appliance is in transit.

For those who failed to save the original boxes for their appliances, there is no need to worry. You can purchase moving boxes in a wide range of sizes, ensuring you can find a moving box that will hold any small kitchen appliance.

In most instances, small and medium-sized moving boxes are ideal for myriad kitchen appliances. Use plenty of packing or sealing tape on the bottom of these moving boxes to ensure the boxes won't fall apart. Also, prepare these moving boxes with packing paper to further protect your small kitchen appliances.

3. Wrap Your Appliances in Bubble Wrap or Packing Paper

When it comes to small kitchen appliances, it always is better to err on the side of caution. Therefore, you should wrap each of these appliances in bubble wrap or packing paper and secure it with packing tape. This will help you minimize the risk that the appliance will get damaged during your move.

If you need extra help with moving small kitchen appliances or other items, it never hurts to reach out to a professional moving company for assistance, either. This moving company will learn about your moving needs and help you plan accordingly.

Lastly, if you require assistance with buying or selling a house, it pays to collaborate with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can help you enjoy a fast, seamless homebuying or home selling journey. Furthermore, if you are uncertain about the best ways to prepare for moving day, a real estate agent can offer expert recommendations.

Take the guesswork out of packing your small kitchen appliances – use the aforementioned best practices, and you should have no trouble getting your small kitchen appliances packed up and ready to go for moving day.


Huge Sprawling Ranch in Close-in Tucker / Award Winning Livsey Elementary! Bonus Great Room / Recreation Room Perfect for Family Gatherings. Hardwood Floors Throughout. Kitchen Includes Breakfast Bar w/ Tile Countertops, Gas Cooking, Refrigerator and Dishwasher . Convenient to Henderson Park, Historic Downtown Tucker, I85 & 285. Master Suite w/ Private Bath and Walk-in Closet. Huge Fenced-in Backyard w/ Storage Shed, Patio. Quiet Street w/ Great Neighbors!

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4214 Waterloo Circle, Tucker, GA 30084  

Residential
$249,500
Price
3
Bedrooms
2
Baths
Huge Sprawling Ranch in Close-in Tucker / Award Winning Livsey Elementary! Bonus Great Room / Recreation Room Perfect for Family Gatherings. Hardwood Floors Throughout. Kitchen Includes Breakfast Bar w/ Tile Countertops, Gas Cooking, Refrigerator and Dishwasher . Convenient to Henderson Park, Historic Downtown Tucker, I85 & 285. Master Suite w/ Private Bath and Walk-in Closet. Huge Fenced-in Backyard w/ Storage Shed, Patio. Quiet Street w/ Great Neighbors!


Often times, certain cleaning rituals are saved for spring-cleaning, certain cleaning rituals that should occur more than once a year. One of those things that fall into this category is your refrigerator. You open your refrigerator, stare into it trying to find something to eat or drink, find that something or not, and then close the fridge. This happens multiple times a day, but how often do you go into your fridge with intentions of cleaning it out? And by, “clean it out,” I don’t just mean to toss the nearest thing to you that looks like it morphed into a creature inside of your tupperware. A refrigerator needs a good cleaning every couple of months to avoid any unwanted stenches, difficult clean ups from unknown spills, and expired food/drinks. Here are a few tips to keeping your refrigerator clean: Go Through Every 2-3 Months: Go through your fridge every two to three months. It’s so easy to lose track of what is in your fridge, from throwing leftovers in, to fruit and vegetables, and eggs and milk. And don’t forget about your freezer. Check for food that is no longer any good or has past best buy dates and anything in your freezer that looks freezer burnt and throw it away. Wipe down Every 2-3 Months: When you are cleaning out old food from your fridge, take the time to wipe it out too. Spills can happen without you knowing and can leave your fridge sticky, slimy and even stinky. By wiping your fridge out every so often you can avoid those issues. Rotate: After going through the items in your refrigerator and freezer, make sure to rotate any duplicate items. Rotating means to put the oldest item in the front so that you use that one first. This will help ensure that you are eating foods and drinking drinks before they go back therefore causing less waste. This will also help you save money in the long run. It may sound tedious but the more often you do it the less work there will be each time. Happy cleaning!



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