Moving This Winter? 3 Ways To Prepare For A Winter Move

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Moving This Winter? 3 Ways To Prepare For A Winter Move

28 October 2019
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When it comes to moving, winter is one of the most unpopular times of the year to move. In the winter time, you have to deal with shorter and wetter days, which can make moving a little more challenging. However, moving in the winter doesn't have to be miserable if you make the right plans.

Schedule Your Move for Daylight Hours

In the winter, there is not a lot of daylight. So you are going to want to schedule your moving time for right when the sun really starts to come out—around eight in the morning. You want to make sure you wrap up your moving day by the time the sun starts to set—around five in the evening. You don't want to still be moving when it is dark, cold, and potentially wet outside.

Get Everything Ready the Night Before

As you plan your move, pretend the day before your moving date is your actual moving date. On that day, you need to work and make sure that you have everything packed and ready to go. You want to pack up all of your last minute items, clean things up, and make sure everything is all together the day before your move. On your actual moving day, you will be ready to go and will not have any last minute tasks to take care of. 

Protect Your Belongings

When you move in the winter, you have to take extra precautions to protect your belongings from the potential wetness that you may encounter on your moving day.

That means you need to pack up everything to protect it from potential moisture. If you have a painting to move, put it inside of a painting box. If you have a television to move, be sure to wrap it up with bubble wrap. If you have anything you need to move—and you don't want that item to get wet at all—you need to make sure you wrap it up and protect your belongings. 

You may also want to get some furniture blankets so that you can protect your furniture from moisture. You can also just keep regular blankets or some loose plastic to put over your belongings. 

When it comes for preparing for a winter move, schedule your move for the daylight hours. Get everything ready before, so your actual moving day will go really smoothly, and make sure you protect everything from potential moisture that you don't want to get wet. 

For more information, or help with moving, contact a moving company such as Colorado Premier Moving & Storage LLC.