It’s only the beginning of February, and it has already been a long winter for those of us living in Chicago.  Now you have a household relocation coming up.  How do you ensure that your move goes off without a hitch in the midst of this icy weather?

Preparation is the key to any relocation – especially a winter weather move.  You want to save as much time as possible on moving day, so get started by packing early.  If you can’t start packing ahead of time, at least begin by organizing your belongings neatly to be packed as soon as your Chicago moving company arrives.

Make sure to keep warm.  On moving day, ensure that you have important winter clothing and blankets clearly labeled and easily accessible. Help to speed things along and keep everyone motivated by having warm drinks available.  You might be thinking that this will slow down your relocation, but it will help to keep everyone warm and working hard to complete the move as efficiently as possible – and your Chicago movers will appreciate the thought.

Most importantly, focus on safety.  With ice and snow covering the ground, it is important to make sure that you, your movers and your belongings are safe while moving.  Your movers will bring protective covering for the floors in your home, but you need to make sure that you have laid down salt and shoveled for the safety of everyone.

Get started with the movers in Chicago you can rely on for an exceptional relocation.  Boyer-Rosene can offer you local, long distance and international relocations of all sizes and scopes.