It’s the fall season with winter coming right around the corner. As a moving company, we have greater capacity and flexibility during the cold weather months because fewer people choose to move at this time. We wanted to offer our tips below to make your move smoother and easier.
1) Turn on the Heat Make sure the heat in your new home is turned on before you arrive with your belongings. There is nothing more uncomfortable than moving into a new home that is the same temperature as the cold outdoors.
2) Stay Flexible Know your travel plans and be ready to slow down or change them if the weather becomes an issue.
3) Keep Everyone Safe Moving into a new home is always an exciting time, however, you want to keep everyone safe. Here are a few extra tips to remember when moving during the cold weather:
Remove the leaves around your sidewalk and driveway so movers can easily and safely navigate your belongings into your home. This will also keep your foyer cleaner.
Carry a car emergency kit with you that includes road flares, blankets, bottled water, flashlights, batteries and even some snacks in case you get hungry.
Ensure your cell phone is fully charged so you can always call for help or be reached by your movers if there is a change in plans.
Moving during cold weather may not be ideal for everyone, but with the right preparation and people helping, the move can be less stressful. We hope these tips make moving easier for you.
We hope you are enjoying the summer! Things are heating up in the moving season. Our customers are packing, prepping, planning and moving. One question we often get is, “What do I need to do with my appliances before they are transported to my new home?”. Very good question!
Time to move. You have been preparing for weeks and weeks. You are down to the last week packing. You open the pantry and kitchen cabinets and see how well-stocked they are with canned goods and dry goods. What is the best way to deal with these items that are easily replaceable and may add to the cost of your move?
So many things need to line up when planning a move. One always hopes that it all lines up perfectly and allows for a seamless schedule and plan. But sometimes this is impossible. For instance, what if you can’t be at your new home at the time of delivery of possessions?
So many big changes on the horizon for families moving with kids. But the reality is, you are moving and have lots of stuff. Much of that stuff is outdated or no longer being used and certainly you don’t need to pay to bring them along. But when some of these items belong to your children, how do you help them to leave some things behind?
Here is a great article with tips and ideas for helping your kids purge their toys before you move-