Moving in winter is a process that is completely different from moving in any other season, especially in Colorado, where the winters are completely different from the winters in other geographical regions. Winters are hard in the Centennial State, but if you respect nature’s forces and you act cautiously, it is still possible to move your household without any loss and damage:
- Respect low temperatures – objects behave differently in freezing temperatures, they become more brittle and more fragile. To prevent any unnecessary breaks, use more wrapping paper and bubble wrap, more towels to separate sensitive items and sturdier packing boxes;
- Start organizing and preparing for the move early – things are slower in winter and you might encounter difficulties finding the right movers, too, so start looking for an Arvada moving company to hire at least a month before the planned date of month before the planned date of our move;
- Be flexible – be prepared that the weather will have the last word about when and how you can move. If there is a snowstorm in the forecast, you might need to put up with that and postpone your move and the trip to your new destination might also take longer than in fair weather.