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Summer Moving Tips

After spring cleaning season, summer feels like a great time to take a step toward revitalizing and moving to a new home. If you can plan ahead, you’ll do yourself a favor! To help, we have put together some tips to help you with a smooth move during these summer months.

Try not to book on holidays. More than likely, there will be less movers and truck rentals available to help with your move.

Start your day early. The thought of moving boxes in the peak heat of the day should jolt you right out of bed. Starting early means you and your movers can get the majority of the moving done before the temperatures and humidity are at their peak. You’ll also have the opportunity to avoid traffic jams.

Dress lightly. You hired a moving company, so you might think your job will be minimal, it’s still not a day to dress impractically. Wear light and breathable fabrics. It’s best to be ready for the moments when you’re needed. You don’t want to struggle to keep up with the movers because of inefficient clothing.

Stay hydrated! Be sure to keep water on hand and keep the movers in mind also. They’ll need to drink plenty of water to stay safe and healthy, and it’s great to have some to offer.

Dress lightly. You hired a moving company, so you might think your job will be minimal, it’s still not a day to dress impractically. Wear light and breathable fabrics. It’s best to be ready for the moments when you’re needed. You don’t want to struggle to keep up with the movers because of inefficient clothing. When you’re ready to plan your summer move hiring a professional moving company will save you a lot of sweat! East Coast Moving has an instant quote form that you can fill out here.

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