401-200-3906

 
Rating 4.7

How to Move Safely to Rhode Island

Moving can be a dangerous job to do alone. It is not only physically exhausting, but it can be mentally draining. The pros of All My Sons Moving & Storage Rhode Island are sharing their best-kept tips on how to move safely to Rhode Island, whether you recruit some friends to help or you’re going for it alone.

 

Create a Plan

Moving cannot be done overnight even if you are just moving down the block. The optimal time to start planning for a move is right when you know you’re moving. One of the first things you should do in order to move safely to Rhode Island is to have a well-thought out plan in place, including contingency plans in case something goes wrong. This is also about the time you should contact professional Rhode Island movers and gather the packing materials you need. If you forgo a moving company, think about how you’re going to transport all your items to the new house. A moving vehicle rental company might include some equipment to help with loading, such as a dolly, but it’s not always included, so make sure you discuss those details with the company and think about where you can rent or borrow them. When you hire a full-service moving company, that equipment is part of the package so you won’t have to worry.

 

Be Careful Wrapping Sharp Objects

Knives and other sharp objects in your house are safety risks in the moving process. To prevent injuries to yourself and others you need to make sure that these items are wrapped properly. Be sure to have these items wrapped with enough bubble wrap and secured in a container that won’t pierce through. Thee proper moving materials make a big difference if you’re trying to move safely to Rhode Island. Our professional movers offer Rhode Island packing supplies with our moving packages so you can rest assured your items will be well protected. Supplies and equipment include bubble wrap, dollies, moving boxes, and other specialty boxes for things like a television.

 

Wear Appropriate Clothing

It may seem silly to think of clothing as a safety hazard, but the truth is countless injuries happen because people are not dressed appropriately. When moving to your new house in Rhode Island, make sure to wear close-toed shoes with a back. This means no sandals or slip-on shoes. Jeans tend to be a bit constricting and long pants are a tripping hazard. Make sure to wear pants that are comfortable and an appropriate length. You want the clothes you wear to be flexible and breathable when you are lifting and carrying heavy and oddly shaped items and running back and forth all day.

 

Stay Hydrated

Dehydration is a major concern to your general well-being, even more so if you spend the day exerting a lot of energy with a move. Moving is essentially a workout, so yes, you will sweat a lot. Take breaks every so often and hydrate frequently. Moving safely to Rhode Island means taking care of your body. Know your limits and never push yourself too hard if you start feeling fatigued.

 

Hire the Professionals

In the end, the best way to move safely to Rhode Island is by hiring expert local Rhode Island movers. Professional movers know how to pack up an entire house, load the moving truck, and complete the move efficiently and are trained to do so safely. This is the case for our movers in Rhode Island. Contact us to learn more about our full-service moving company and how we may help you manage the move to Rhode Island safely.