As we all know, the British climate is incredibly unpredictable and as nice as the weather has been over the last few months, we know all too well that as we enter autumn and with winter on the horizon, conditions can change dramatically over a short period of time. Whilst those moving have had perfect conditions to do so over the last few months with dry, warm weather, if you are planning a move over the next few months, there is, unfortunately, an increased chance that moving day could be affected by bad weather.
It is therefore important to ensure you are properly prepared in the event of inclement weather striking, so we at Hadley and Ottaway have collated a few top tips to help you out should this problem arise.
Rain is one of the most common bad weather problems on moving day, yet here are a few ways in which you can lessen the impact of rain affecting your day;
In recent winters, significant snowfall has become more common, which in turn has led to new problems for those moving home in winter. The majority of the same tips outlined above still apply in the snow, however here are a couple more for you to bear in mind;
Come rain, shine or snow, we at Hadley and Ottaway will always be on hand with a removals team to assist with your move, so give us a call today and bear these tips in mind to ensure your move, even if moving day is affected by bad weather, is a success.
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