Moving is a wonderful opportunity, but it can also be a stressful time. And if you’re moving during the busy season, which can range from the summer into the fall and then hit again in the spring, things can be especially challenging; it’s much less common for people to move during the winter (which means that choosing to move during the winter may be a tip and trick in and of itself!). If you’re planning a move during the busier moving months, here are some tips and tricks to help you mitigate stress and problems–
When things are busy and stressful, you can do yourself a favor by staying organized. If you’re able to, we recommend starting the packing process early on. Create a checklist so you know exactly what you need to get done and when you want to get it done by. Use labels on your boxes, and be sure to use furniture pads! You can turn to Elite Truck Rental for any supplies that you need.
You probably know that you need to have a bit of a plan in place for when you want to move and how the logistics of the move will operate, but it’s important to nail down the details early on. Things you want to know are:
During any time of the year, but especially during the busy season, it’s smart to make reservations early for movers and moving trucks. At Elite Truck Rental, we maintain a reservation guarantee, so once you make your reservation, it’s yours! Failing to make a reservation early on can really put you in a pinch–luckily, we maintain a fleet of over 150 vehicles, which means we very likely have the truck you need when you need it.
At Elite Truck Rental, we want to help make sure that your move is as smooth and stress-free as possible. To learn more about what it’s like to work with us and why we’re a superior truck rental company in Illinois, please call us directly or use our website to make a reservation or send us a message directly. We look forward to working with you!
Turn to Elite Truck Rental for personal, dedicated service that will make your moving day easier.
Tuesday, September 15th, 2020, 6:17:16 am