Though you can love all seasons equally, there’s just something spectacular about fall. Whether it’s the beautiful leaves, cooler weather, or great food, most people really enjoy the transition from summer to autumn. To get motivated about your upcoming move, Brothers Moving and Storage is sharing their top three reasons to move in the fall.
Why You Should Consider a Move in the Fall
Reason #1 – It’s Off-Season
With the kids out of school, summer is an opportune time to relocate. However, summers are historically the busiest time of year for for moving. When you plan a summer moves, you might experience delays from extreme hot weather to crews moving multiple homes in a single day. Choosing to move during the autumn instead opens you up more options. Often, since the crews aren’t as busy, you can schedule your move earlier in the day.
Reason #2 – The Weather is Perfect
Though West Texas doesn’t experience serious drops in temperature like other parts of the country, it does get cold here occasionally. Instead of battling the extremely hot temps of summer or trudging through the chill of winter, your movers can get your belongings transferred in optimal weather. Additionally, most autumn days are relatively dry and cool – this is helpful for moving wood furniture, antiques, and other pieces that require a moderate climate. You can read more about moving in bad weather (and how the pros at Brothers handle it) here.
Reason #3 – You’re Home for the Holidays
After Halloween, life becomes one giant holiday. With Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the new year back to back, you’ve got a lot on your plate. Moving in the fall gives you time to settle in your new home before the holiday season kicks off – because who really wants to be unpacking and trying to host a big party?
If an autumn move is in your future, take advantage of Brothers’ free moving quotes. Whether you’re switching homes or upgrading offices, our moving, packing, and storage services are affordable and convenient. That way, you’re freed up to enjoy more of the fall weather!