Moving During the Coronavirus
Moving is always tricky. Whether it's across town or across the country, there's a lot of planning that goes along with any move. I myself moved to Sioux Falls just two weeks before Coronavirus took hold. It was stressful enough moving 300 miles from eastern Iowa to South Dakota in its own right. I can't imagine what it would be like moving during the pandemic.
For most of us, our lives are on hold. Moving is the last thing on our minds. Heck, we aren't even leaving home for the most part! But for some, they don't have a choice. Maybe you lost your job recently and are moving back with a family member to save money? Or maybe you found a job somewhere else and are forced to make a difficult move during a time of social-distancing? Whatever the reason for your move, there's advice on how to best proceed online.
There's so much to consider when planning a move in this time of uncertainty. Forbes recently put out a list of 5 tips for anyone who may be moving during the pandemic. Moving.com also has some great resources to check out if you're moving in the next few months.
If you have questions about storage services, truck rentals, preparation, and sanitization, it's important to do all the research you can before your big moving day. Moving Rental Truck Company, U-Haul has an informative page on their site that can give you all the details you need. Many other companies have similar announcements and tips. It's also a good idea to check the website of the city you're moving to for any additional information.
Moving is never easy, especially now. But with a good amount of preparation and information on your side, you and your family should be safe.