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Moving in the Fall: 3 Things To Know

Are you moving to a new place in the next couple of months? Do you know what to expect when moving in the Fall? Costs are often more affordable, and temperatures are more comfortable than the busy summer season. While this is true, Autumn comes with its own set of challenges too. Here is what you need to know about moving in the Fall.

Prepare for School Changes

If you are moving to a new school district, you need to be sensitive to that. Sit your kids down and tell them what to expect. Moving can be incredibly stressful for kids because they may have a stronger relationship with their current routine. Talk to them about the changes that will be happening. Visit their new school in advance and show them some cool local spots to get them accustomed and excited about this new routine.

Expect Different Weather

When the days get shorter, nature changes, the leaves start to fall, and it can even be dangerous for anyone walking around the area. Before anyone arrives at the house to start the packing and unpacking processes, clear out a path. Get rid of any leaves on sidewalks and driveways that you or your guests will be walking on. By sweeping or raking, you and your guests will be safe from slips and falls.

Protect the Home Interior

Walking through the fall grounds may bring the leaves and muck inside. First, cover the floors and rugs with plastic to keep mud from ruining them. You can use a wide array of materials for this, like plastic painter’s sheeting or large trash bags. After you place them down, secure them with tape and start the moving process.

Mini Price Storage is here for you during the moving process! With free heating and cooling, free move-in trucks, and even a discounted wall of moving supplies, we have everything you need! So take a look and see which location is right for you!

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