If you are concerned about the time after you have arrived at the house getting bogged down and the unpacking process taking forever, then there are a few things that you can do to ensure that you are at less of a risk of this happening. You will find that there are a great many things that can be done to ensure that the tedium and sheer length of the job is reduced considerably, and it only takes a little clever planning. Unpacking your boxes room by room can be a great way of dividing up the task, and prioritizing the rooms will also mean that you do everything in a clever order. However, you need to be sensible about it, and ensure that you are doing so to the right ends, rather than simply making it more difficult on yourself. There is a great deal to be said for ensuring that you are well set to do the job right, but you also need to be fairly flexible in terms of how you are doing things, as otherwise you may be holding yourself back.
Unloading the essentials is an obvious part of moving in to your new place. Do this carefully, so that everything that you need to live in the house is out and in place, without any chaos. You want to get rid of moving boxes as soon as possible, but having boxes in the room is likely more manageable than simply having a mass of your things in unordered piles! You should get all kitchen wares, bedding, clothing and other things that you use daily out and in place, before you need to think about anything else. The rest of the jobs will likely take a little more thinking about, and will often rely on furniture and storage options in the home, so be sure to get your book cases, television, wardrobes, sideboards and cupboards in place, and set as you like them before you start filling them back up! Filling a bookcase and then deciding that you don’t like where it is will leave you with a bit of a conundrum; do you empty it and move it, or just leave it where it is for now?
Once everything is set in place, then you can go room to room unloading the boxes that are set for that room. Be sure to be careful that you are doing things in a way that makes sense, rather than just trying to get things unpacked for the sake of it. You should find that the resulting effect is one where everything has its own place. If things are lying around a lot then you likely need to scale back on the amount of things that you have, or to find more storage! Be sure to do things methodically and you should find that there is an easy method to the madness, as working out places for everything to go can be pretty easy if you are relaxed.
One thing that this process does require in advance of the move is a series of correctly labelled removal boxes. If you are in the practice of labeling the boxes correctly from the outset then you will be well placed to ensure that you are able to get them dropped off in the right rooms by the removals team. Noting what is inside the boxes when you pack them will also mean that you can move the boxes around to the right places in the rooms without having to open them first, which can make them less easily transportable.