The Do’s and Dont’s of Moving in the Summer

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The summer is a popular time to move, but it’s also one of the most challenging times to move. The weather is hot and humid, there are more people moving in your area, and moving companies are often booked solid. That’s why it’s important to plan ahead if you’re moving in the summer. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the dos and don’ts of moving during the hottest time of the year!

What to Do And What Not to Do When Moving in the Summer

Just like anything, there are some do’s and don’ts when it comes to moving during the hottest time of the year. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are getting ready to pack up your home:

DO: Contact a moving company even if you don't have an exact move-out date

If you’re moving in the summer, chances are you’re not the only one. Moving companies often book up months in advance, so it’s important to contact a moving company as soon as you know you’ll be moving. Even if you don’t have an exact move-out date, most moving companies will be able to give you a ballpark estimate of when they’ll be able to move you.

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DON'T: Wait until the last minute to start packing

Packing is one of the most time-consuming and challenging parts of moving. If you wait until the last minute to start packing, you’re going to be stressed out and exhausted by the time your moving day arrives. Start packing as soon as you know you’ll be moving, and pack a little bit each day. This will make the process much less daunting.

DO: Start the move early in the day

The summer heat can be exhausting, so it’s important to start your move early in the day. This will give you time to get settled into your new home before the temperature starts to climb.

DON'T: Wear heavy fabrics or dark colors

Moving day is going to be hot, so it’s important to dress appropriately. Wear light, airy fabrics and avoid dark colors, which will absorb heat.

DO: Provide water for the movers and make sure to stay hydrated too

Moving in the summer is hard work, and it’s important to stay hydrated. Provide water for the movers, and make sure to drink plenty of water yourself.

DON'T: Forget to make arrangements for your pets and children

If you have pets or children, you’ll need to make arrangements for them on moving day. Pets can be stressed by the move, so it’s important to have a plan for how they’ll be taken care of. And if you have young children, you’ll need someone to watch them while you’re moving.

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DO: declutter your home before you start packing

One of the best parts of moving is getting rid of all the stuff you don’t need. Before you start packing, take some time to declutter your home. This will make packing and moving much easier, and it’ll save you money on moving costs.

DON'T: try to do everything yourself

Moving is a big job, and it’s important to ask for help when you need it. If you try to do everything yourself, you’ll end up feeling overwhelmed and stressed out. Hire a moving company, and let them handle the heavy lifting.

Let our Team at Regency Help Handle Moving in the Summer

Packing up your life and moving to a new home is never easy, but it’s especially challenging in the summer. The heat can be exhausting, and moving companies are often booked solid. That’s why it’s important to plan ahead if you’re moving in the summer and trust a team of professionals to help you with the process. At Regency, we have years of experience in helping people move, and we’ll make sure your move goes smoothly. Contact us today to get started!