Are you ready for summer? Most people in today’s world tend to procrastinate, even if just a little. Don’t stress yourself out anymore than you have to; set your tentative move date well in advance – at least four to six weeks before. If at all possible, try not to move when everyone else wants to move. Typically the end of the month is a busy time for movers, because of the expiration of leases and preferred closing dates. The summer months – May to mid-September, when children are out of school – are “peak season” for movers. Do not assume you cannot be accommodated with short notice though, availability is always changing for an in-demand company. Some closings don’t happen, some financing doesn’t fall into place, some moves change from a home far away, into storage nearby; taking less days to complete. There are a lot of things to consider when choosing move dates – even the weather! Regardless of who, what, where or when – call the Move Lady at East Coast Moving where a smooth move…, it’s a “shore” thing!