Summer is here! Warm weather, good times, and of course, moving season. With so many of us packing up and hitting the road for a summertime move, the likelihood of something going wrong can increase. Yet, many of us still aren't aware of the best ways to avoid damage during a summertime move. 

In this blog, we'll go over a few tips and tricks to avoiding damage during your summertime move. But before we do that, we thought you might want to know more about us.

Since 1990, Quality Moving & Storage has been the most trusted moving and storage company in New York, offering a wide range of services. We're proud to be known as the most comprehensive team, even earning awards and accolades like an A+ rating from the BBB, affiliation with Pro Mover, gaining hundreds of awards from raving customers, and so much more!

Protect Items that Could be Damaged from Heat

It's likely that you have a decent amount of belongings that could potentially be damaged from too much heat exposure. Especially in the back of a moving truck, the heat will be intensified. Consider the following items and ways that you could keep them safe from extreme heat:

  • Plants
  • Candles Electronics
  • CDs, DVDs, Vinyl

Get Up Early

You'll want to get the moving process started well before the sun hits full force. By working early, you'll avoid overheating and will be able to keep your energy for longer.

Consider Traffic

Especially if you're moving somewhere that's a popular vacation destination, you'll want to think about traffic. A bad traffic jam could lead to a greater potential for damaged items. Try scheduling your move on an off day to avoid this sort of mess.

Call Our Team Today

When you need a moving and storage company on Long Island that you can count on, you'll want to work with the team of experts at Quality Moving & Storage. For over three decades, we've been a top name in New York, offering exceptional moving solutions that reduce your stress levels. Give us a call today or fill out the online form for your free, no-obligation estimate.