Residential moving is a challenge even in the best circumstances, which is why knowing how far in advance to hire movers is a key factor. Reducing the stress and headaches will make the entire process easier.
Moving in the Summer
Eight to ten weeks out is the best timing and will help ensure you get the crew, trucks, date, and timing you need. This is especially true during the busy summer months when most people tend to relocate. If you’re moving internationally, 12 to 16 weeks is even better if you can swing it.
Moving in the Off-Season
Residential moving companies book up any time of year, but outside of summer, you can schedule them closer to your move. If you’re staying in the same city or metro area, you can sometimes get away with booking two to four weeks before your move date. If you’re heading out of state, aim for eight weeks of lead time for booking a moving company. Are you moving internationally outside of the summer season? Three to six months is the average for moving to another country because they require much more than packing boxes and loading them onto a truck.
Moving is hard, but having a great moving company on your team can help ease the stress and make things go smoothly. Remember to book them as soon as you know when you’re moving to help ensure you get the dates you need and the company you want. Reach out to Nilson Van and Storage for all the residential moving information you need, a timeline you can work with, and a free estimate.