Why A Halloween House Move Shouldn’t Haunt You
People move home at all times of year and the diaries of removal companies are filling up with Halloween house moves this autumn.
Granted that moving house now poses extra challenges. The clocks going back means there are fewer daylight hours to get jobs done and plummeting temperatures won’t help either.
But a Halloween house move shouldn’t haunt you. Why?
Planning is key
With different variables to consider, you have to be sensible with your planning. In the summer, you will probably find yourself sweating, but in winter, you will be shivering. Plus some of your belongings with be, as some experts say, ‘climate sensitive’. With the nights drawing in, you should start as early as possible each day. And given that your shoes might be muddier than normal, why not lay cardboard boxes in your hallways to avoid making a mess?
The most popular time to move?
The so-called ‘best’ time of year to move is usually August, particularly the August Bank Holiday. Movers like to take advantage of the nice weather and a three-day weekend gives them an extra 24 hours to get the job done. But there are experts who say this time of year is actually the most popular time of year to move. This is due to it being a handy ‘off-peak’ period positioned between the summer and Christmas.
An early Christmas present?
A new home could be one of the best festive gifts you ever get and the best thing is, you don’t have to wait until December 25th to unwrap it. Getting a move sorted out now gives you two months or so to get settled ahead of the big day. One of the first things you’ll get to do in your new home is celebrate Christmas and New Year. It’s an ideal chance to make some extra special memories going into 2022.
The government are also advising us to keep practising good hygiene habits with coronavirus still circulating. If you need help with a move, call CBS Removals on 01480 220434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.