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Things to Know When Moving in the Winter from a Denver Moving Company


February 7, 2018

Sometimes in life, circumstances necessitate that we uproot ourselves from our current location and move to a new home or city. Often, this move can come during times that are less than ideal and present additional challenges beyond the usual things that accompany a move. This is a huge reason why people try to move during more ideal seasons, and avoid the winter months altogether. But if you’re one of the unlucky folks who now has to make a move during the chilliest time of the year, there are some things to be aware of from a Denver moving company.  

Remove Obstacles Prior to Moving

Moving your entire life’s possessions during the winter time is not a fun prospect. The idea of having to move couches and appliances while also having to walk over icy surfaces is something no one wants to think about. Moving is stressful enough, so the prospect of injuring yourself during this process is not a fun one to think about.

Yet, it is incredibly important to keep in mind how easy it is for a person to seriously injure themselves during a winter move. Prior to moving any of your belongings, ensure that the walkway you will be using is free of obstacles and all snow and ice has been properly cleared. This is why seeking the services of a Denver moving company is worth the added cost, as no one wants to be out of commission for months because their move went horribly wrong.

Prep Your New Home

If you are making a move during the winter months, you will want to ensure that your new home will have heat and lights prior to moving in. The last thing you want to have happen is to move all of your belongings in to your new house, only to realize that the energy is not turned on, making for a chilly welcome to your new pad.

Contact your utility companies the night before you begin moving in, and ensure that they will have the lights and heat turned on in time for your arrival. Moving into a new home without heat isn’t just uncomfortable, it can be very dangerous depending on the current weather conditions.

Have a Backup Plan

So you have all of your moving plans in place and are confident you’ll be able to initiate them without a hitch. That’s when a major snow storm hits, and creates an enormous challenge for your moving schedule.

Whether you are hiring movers for the job, or have opted for the help of friends and family, it is always a good idea to discuss the possibility of delays due to weather. In the case of a moving company, you will want to know their rescheduling policy ahead of time to save you unnecessary headaches if a serious storm does hit.

If you are thinking of making the move to the mile high city, and are in need of moving services, whether personal or business, small or large, Eden’s moving company has you covered. If you would like to find out more about the city, or have questions regarding the moving process, contact us today and we will be happy to assist you.