Your moving day is almost here, and you are anxious about COVID-19 and at the same time, excited to be moving into a new home. If you have followed all…
If you are preparing and planning a move in Toronto or the GTA, it is a good idea to take the time and do a pre-move purge. Most of us accumulate a lot of “stuff” from the time we first move into our current homes. Over the years, we notice closets getting fuller, less storage space in the basement, and so on.
The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting and changing our daily routines. From getting groceries to preparing for a move, we have to take steps to protect ourselves and each other. If you are planning an upcoming move, you will want to get ready for your moving date as safely as possible.
With the spread of COVID-19 around the world, social distancing, and stay-at-home orders, one question that is being asked a lot is whether moving is essential at this time. To help provide guidance, we have put together this Essential Guide to help you decide.
DISCLAIMER: Please remember that Sueland Moving & Storage is not a healthcare company and we’re not healthcare providers. We are moving experts and urge you to refer to the Public Health Agency of Canada and other qualified health agencies to serve as your primary source of guidance and information about COVID-19.
When you think about moving, the last thing you think about is moving in the winter. However, while it may not seem like it, winter is actually one of the best times to move. During the winter, moving companies are not as busy since their busy season starts in spring and goes through fall.