Contrary to popular belief, moving during winter in the Midwest isn’t much worse than in summer. Sure, relocating in the bitter cold or through a snowstorm is hazardous and a hassle, but with a little preparation, you’ll find it isn’t as formidable as it seems. By following these tips our Dayton movers whipped up, you’ll make it through your winter move without suffering a nervous breakdown.

Step 1: Hire a Professional Mover

The winter is the slow season for moving companies, so they offer great deals to get more customers. We recommend you get estimates from multiple movers and evaluate each to see which provides the best value. Once you select, rest easy knowing the hard part of your relocation is taken care of.

Step 2: Set up Utilities

Don’t spoil your first night in your new home by eating delivered pizza by candlelight in your winter coat. Set up your utilities so you can light and heat your new home the moment you walk in.

Step 2: Bundle Up!

Winter in Dayton is a brutal as it gets. There is a good chance you’ll be in and out of your home during your relocation, so make sure you dress appropriately for cold weather. We recommend multiple pairs of socks, gloves, long underwear, a hat and a heavy coat.

Step 3: Keep Snow Supplies Nearby

In the unfortunate event that you get caught in a snowstorm, it will help to have some winter essentials like a snow shovel and bag of salt with you. With these items, you’ll be able to clear a path to your doorway from the moving truck and melt any ice patches in the way.

Step 4: Avoid Messes

Most movers will take it upon themselves to do this step for you. However, in the unlikely scenario that they don’t, you should gather some old towels or cardboard. By laying these items on the floor, you’ll protect your flooring from any dirt, salt or wetness tracked in from your shoes.

By following these simple steps, your winter move to, from or within Dayton will be easy as can be. If you’re looking for a professional moving company that will provide you with a great value, contact Lincoln Storage today. Give our Dayton movers a call or fill out our online form to receive your free quote. 

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