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January 04, 2021

Four Steps to Staying Healthy When Moving to Dallas During Covid

moving to a new homeBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Moving over the cold months of winter is rarely fun, however Covid offers an added tier of concern to your already full list of things to stress about. Together with keeping track of the weather reports, your ears are on ready alert with regard to periodic coughs as well as sneezes. Covid worries can change an innocent sniffle into a two-week quarantine, so of course you are overly anxious for anyone who is preparing to move.

Thankfully, it's possible to safely move to Dallas during Covid if you simply comply with these four guidelines for a healthy move.

Moving companies in Dallas are generally regarded as essential, and most are open for business. They are ensuring that every one of the workers they send out are healthy, so they are counting on you to apply good Covid hygiene. Please remember that if there is a Covid outbreak in the company, they might not have enough manpower to cover all their scheduled moves, so flexibility on your part is crucial. The same as you'd grin and bear it for a snowstorm, share the same politeness for your crew's safety.

Select A Virtual Quote

Virtual estimates from moving companies in Dallas tend to be the norm these days in any case, so you can speak to and engage a mover from an online social distance. A video call enables you to walk through your residence and the mover's representative on the other end will be able to assess your requirements and offer an estimate without at any time visiting your residence. You may have to send proportions for a few home furnishings, but a professional mover in Dallas can verify the trucks and crew you'll need online.

Practice the Three W's

Wear a mask. In winter weather, wear it even within the residence--there is very little air circulation within a sealed-up residence so take the extra step of covering your face even around members of the family. If you live in a warmer climate it is not extremely important to wear it inside, but when the movers arrive ensure everybody has a mask on continuously.

Wash your hands--a lot. Use soap as opposed to hand sanitizer whenever you can. If you can't wash, do use hand sanitizer, however wash with soap and hot water whenever you can.

Wait for the professional movers in Dallas to accomplish their jobs--stay six feet apart, and merely have patience. Fight the urge to hand the crew boxes or small pieces of furniture, and merely assist from a distance. It's generally best to stay out of the way even aside from a pandemic and let the professionals work in peace.

Sanitize Your new House Before You Move In

It's also generally recommended that you have a new house cleaned before you move in, but with Covid it is an absolute must. The experts don't believe that the virus lives more than a few days on materials, however with new strains showing up no one is able to be positive. If you cannot employ a team to come clean in advance of when you arrive there, go ahead of the moving trucks equipped with disinfectant, bleach, and gloves so you're able to verify a virus-free location when you do bring your family in.

Stay on Top of State Regulations

States are doing their best to help keep businesses functioning as smoothly as they can, yet even critical retailers are working less hours. Prior to when you pack up, make sure you are able to take care of the basics including grocery shopping when you get to your new home, and that prescriptions are filled prior to going. It is possible to order online for delivery in the majority of areas now; consult grocers and apps like Instacart to discover what's available in your town.

These 4 simple steps will help you coordinate a safe, healthy, and stress-free move…so long as the weather holds out!


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The Mickelson Family
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Very pleased with the overall respect and care the men gave to my possessions. Even mailing me very quickly the only thing lost in transit. Would recommend to anyone needing a long distant move.
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