Below are a few things to consider if you are planning to relocate in the snowy months ahead. http://www.youtube.com/
Check access: Large amount of snow can dramatically change the dynamic of any situation, particularly a move. Snow banks can restrict or block streets making it difficult for large moving trucks to gain access to homes. Communicate any challenges to the moving company so they may prepare accordingly and perhaps send smaller shuttle trucks if necessary.
Be realistic: Although moving companies will work diligently to transport items on scheduled dates, manage personal expectations and know things can happen once your belongings have been loaded. If items are being transported across the country a large snowstorm may delay arrival by a day or two. Most reliable moving companies will stay in touch with customers to keep them apprised of when belongings may arrive at their new home.
Staying on target: Even when a large snowstorm hits right before a move, most reputable moving companies will strive to keep the date scheduled for relocation. If access is not too restricted and precautions may be taken to protect the inside of a home and load items safely onto a truck, a sound moving company will honor their scheduled date.
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