Your move will probably be at the front of your mind for the months and weeks leading up to it, but you should also take some time to think about how your move might impact the lives of your current neighbors as well as your new ones. A few simple courtesies can make life much easier when your moving day arrives, so you can rest assured that angry neighbors don’t get in the way when your moving truck is parked in the street or that inexperienced movers don’t break rules in your community as they pack up the truck.
Schedule Your Move Carefully
Scheduling your move on a Saturday afternoon might be the easiest thing to fit into your schedule, but that could also mean that it overlaps with other events in the community that could crowd the streets and make it harder to navigate a big moving truck up to your driveway. Instead, take a few days off and schedule your move on a weekday while your neighbors are more likely to be at work.
Hire Reputable Movers
Experienced, reputable movers will not only ensure that your move happens on time, but they will also make sure that your move is quiet and minimally disruptive in your old neighborhood as well as your new one. Make sure you read reviews before selecting a moving company and be sure to hire a company that’s been around for many years.
Communicate with Your Neighbors
In all the hustle and bustle of your move, don’t forget to say goodbye to your old neighbors. You might host a pre-move party as a sendoff, or you can leave a small basket of goodies at their doorsteps. As you move in, be sure to take the time to say hello to new neighbors to make the best first impression you can.
Castle & Cooke can help you look forward to moving day with a beautiful new home in Sierra Vista. To explore our new constructions, visit our website or give us a call at (520) 378-5110.