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How To Deal With Winter Conditions When You Move

If you live in the northern portion of the United States and your moving to new apartment home, then you might have to deal with some cold and wet weather.  If you take some time and plan in...

If you live in the northern portion of the United States and your moving to new apartment home, then you might have to deal with some cold and wet weather.  If you take some time and plan in advance though, you will be able to reduce the effects that poor winter conditions may have on your move. We have listed some tips that will surely help you plan in advance.


  • Begin by looking at the weather forecast. If you see bad weather is on the horizon then you will have to do a little planning. Visit websites like Weather Underground and you should be able to see several days in advance of the weather conditions.  You can also sign up for weather alerts and receive information by text and email.

*If your moving in wet weather, its a good idea to ascertain which items you have should not get wet. Be sure to pack a few extra layers so you can co er your most important belongings.  If you have any valuable items keep the with you in your own vehicle or in your immediate possession.

*Moving in the winter may also create problems when your driving around your moving truck.  Does your truck have all of the property equipment for a wet and cold winter move? Ask the company that your renting the vehicle from if you need snow tires, chains, scrapers, or other materials.  Although you may be charged extra fees, its worth it.

*Also keep in mind that your rental truck won’t be like driving your own personal car. It will weigh more, especially with all of your belongings in it. And it will take you longer to speed up and slow down. And if its raining, you will need to take extra precautions. 

*Also if its raining you will need to keep your boxes protected. Its possible rain can make your boxes soggy.

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