When moving into a new house or apartment we understand the difficulty of transferring cable and handling all the wires from TV and internet. And then there’s the adjusting to the new place and reconnecting your services and all of your devices. And it’s not just the
physical exhaustion, but the mental exhaustion that goes into untangling the
luster of wires and cables that takes an entire day to undo.

How about you cut yourself some slack and follow these easy ideas that address this problem? Not only will you be less exhausted mentally, but also physically.

Here are a few things that you can try:

Call your Internet Service Provider  

If you can’t do it yourself, that’s totally fine. You can call your internet service provider and request they do the service for you. It may cost you a little bit, but there are some
internet service providers who offer free equipment installation with their
bundle deals.

Strategize before Installing any services

This is the most important step that you should consider before any installation. Have a general survey of your house completed. Count all the sockets. Analyze all the outlets and see which device will go where. Once you’re finished taking notes, start adjusting and arranging.
It’s better to find the best outlet for each one of your devices, because then you’ll reduce the need of unsightly extension cords and surge protectors. And really, these arrangements make the house look relatively neat and adjusted.

Store devices by location

One of the best tips to keep your tools organized is by categorizing your devices and gadgets by location instead of their function. But why do we need to do this? Often times, we’ll just place all the devices together in one drawer. What happens when we go by this system?
When the time comes, when we desperately need the gadget, it’s lost in the pile of other gadgets. We’ll also tend to forget where we placed our devices in the first place. This is what happens when we group devices by their function. If we put them closer to where they are needed then it’s more convenient and easy to grab. 

Handle it yourself

We understand that sometimes you have so much on your plate that you start dividing the responsibilities among family members. The problem you face with this strategy is not being able to find the person who you appointed to that particular job. Sure, the house is clean and
everything is tidy, but you don’t have the faintest idea where anything is. This puts you in a pickle, doesn’t it? The easy solution is, do it yourself! If you’re running your house, you’re the one who should know where everything is. It will save you time in the long run because you’ll obviously know where everything is located. But there are a few good service providers, like Time Warner internet , who offer their customers top-notch installations which makes
this whole process much easier.