Successfully Completing a Christmas Move
Most people think about Santa Claus, hot chocolate and opening presents when they think of Christmas. Of course, the week between Christmas and New Year may be the only time parents and kids have off from work and school. Therefore, it may be necessary to move during this time. How do you deal with the stress of the holidays in addition to the stress of moving?
Go Light on the Decorations
If you are showing your home during the holiday season, you don’t want to offend anyone with a large display. You also don’t want to deal with taking down the lights and the Christmas tree when you have the rest of your house to load into a moving truck as well. Therefore, you may want to put a small tree in the corner of the living room and stick to colored light bulbs if you want to get into the holiday spirit.
Timing the Move Is Critical
In cities such as Las Vegas, the weather may not be cold or snowy. However, this doesn’t mean that you won’t encounter rain, wind or chilly temperatures during your move. Therefore, be sure to time the move to coincide with favorable weather conditions to stay safe on the road and to unpack when the temperatures are bearable outdoors. It may also be wise to pick a date when people aren’t traveling home as heavy traffic could increase the amount of time it takes to complete your transition.
Don’t Hesitate to Ask for Help
If possible, you may want to invite your friends and family to help you pack, load a truck or move items from your old place to your new one. It may also be worthwhile to hire a Las Vegas moving company to provide assistance. Moving services may be available whether you are moving across town or across the country.