Some months are more susceptible to bad weather situations than the rest of the time of the year. If possible, avoid such months and plan your relocation during the dry season or when the weather usually stays safe and comfortable. Follow the weather reports for days leading to your relocation…both for your current location and where you are about to relocate (if it’s another city or another part of the nation). In case you fear inclement weather; pack accordingly or talk to your moving agency for help and suggestions.
Moving During Rain and Hail
Reliable furniture removals like the Brisbane removalists have their own waterproof tarpaulin sheets or padded covers to protect valuables on the move from the onslaught of rain or hail. You too can cover all your possession before they are being carried outside for loading on to trucks. However, Richard Mitchell is more experienced and it’s best to depend on them for covering your possessions before moving.
On your part, do check the interiors of the truck for any leakages or the back to ensure that no rain water is seeping in and damaging your valuable articles. Request the moving van or the lorry to be parked as close to your main entrance as possible so that the goods can be loaded quickly without exposure to rain.
Organizing the Essentials
Immediately before relocating, arrange your essentials so that you can reach them easily in your new home. Use separate boxes to store separate category of essentials such as clothes and inner wear; utensils and kitchen essentials; bathroom essentials and so on. Label the boxes accordingly and keep these nearby. These are the boxes that you will want to unpack immediately after moving in.