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Moving in Winters – Taking Care of You and Your Belongings

Moving in the winter season is no doubt better manageable and cheaper as there is no rush owing to the festivities. However, if you are planning to move in winters, you need to be extra cautious about your health and safety. Here are some useful tips that you need to remember to make your moving in winters comfortable –

  • The first thing to ensure is that you do not catch cold when moving in the winter season. It is therefore necessary to wear proper woolen clothes to keep the cold at bay. If you have kids, ensure that they are properly covered in woolens, gloves, hats and boots.

  • Keep an extra pair of woolen essentials packed with you so that you can use them when the weather drops.

  • During moving, your LA movers will keep on rocking to and from your home to the truck to load the belongings. To ensure their, yours, as well as, the safety of your belongings, keep a shovel ready and keep the walkways clean of all the snow to prevent slip and fall accidents.

  • Continuous moving on the wet driveway to your home can result in a slippery floor. It is therefore important to keep a mat at your house’s front door and a mop to wipe off the water. You can also put rugs or old blankets to protect your floors from getting wet.

  • The continuous opening and closing of the door would definitely affect the heating of your home. It is therefore advisable to assimilate the packed belongings in the room closest to the room so that the distance from the driveway to the various rooms gets shortened.

  • Keep your children and pets in one room and preferably watch over them, if they are younger. Ask them not to move in and out as it would affect the heating of their room.

  • You must also protect you and your family from the cold by keeping hot beverages ready. Since you would be moving, you can never be sure where you can find the next Starbucks or Mc Donald’s. So keep hot beverages and snacks with you so that you do not have to feel any discomfort while on your Long Beach move.

  • Finally, get the heating in set up at your new location a couple of days before your move as it could be extremely uncomfortable to sit in your new house with unpacked boxes and no heating.

Keep these tips in mind, and stay protected during your move this winter.


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This entry was posted on December 27, 2013 by in LA Movers and tagged , , .


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