Not every move is planned well in advance, allowing households the proper amount of time to pack, clean, and move without a ticking clock bearing down on them. Life can throw us curveballs that require that we will have to pick up and move on a relative moment’s notice. You may have received a job offer in another city that begins within a couple of weeks, offering an opportunity that is simply to good to pass up. A relationship may have come to and end, requiring a parting of ways. Or perhaps you won the lottery and are ready for an immediate real estate upgrade – an unlikely scenario but a nice one to consider, no? Whatever your reason moving on a short notice can be an extreme challenge, however, our Vancouver movers are here once again to provide some sound advice for those of you moving with only a couple of weeks (days even??) to prepare.
5 Tip to Moving on Short Notice
There was talk over the local news and online weather stations that the potential for snowfall within metro-Vancouver existed over the weekend. While it never happened the freezing overnight temperatures forecast for the week ahead once again allow for that possibility should precipitation join the drop in the thermometer’s mercury. We all know how well Vancouver tends to handle even the slightest bit of snow so in the spirit of preparedness Best Choice Moving thought we’d use this week’s Vancouver moving and storage blog to guide those of you through the relocation process if moving day lands on snow day.
5 Tips to Moving in the Snow
Fear not. Our Vancouver movers haven’t gone overboard by delivering a literal day-by-day 365 agenda to your next household relocation. Instead we are offering a few easy to follow (but VERY effective) tips for those “plan ahead” souls that anticipate moving approximately one year down the road.
5 Tips to Moving When You Have a Year to Prepare
Halloween passed into the night yesterday and those of you scrambling to move into your new homes (without our moving and storage services) at the end of the month hopefully made it through without a hitch. Perhaps you referred to our October moving guide in the process? As promised for the beginning of each impending month our Vancouver movers have put together a quick and easy to follow guide to moving, as each month in Greater Vancouver arrives with a different set on variables. Today, our blog post focuses in on the mid-season month of November.
5 Tips to Moving in November