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3 Safety Tips for Moving Locally November 21, 2018

East Village, Manhattan
3 Safety Tips for Moving Locally, Manhattan, New York

When people move, they are often so focused on keeping their belongings protected that they take their safety for granted. Professional movers have reported that their clients will sometimes experience injuries on moving day that could have been easily avoided. Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind on moving day.

How to Stay Safe on Moving Day

1. Take Care of Your Pets & Children

It’s best to let professional movers do their job rather than helping them. Avoid inviting too many friends and family to help you move. The more people that help you on moving day, the more likely someone will get injured. Securing your pets and children should be your priority. Arrange for a friend to take your children to a park or movie during the move, and ask a family member to watch your pets. 

2. Remove Obstacles & Organize Boxes

professional moversMake sure that all the pathways the movers will be using are cleared of litter and tripping hazards. Stack all boxes in neat piles, and remove outside debris, such as yard waste and trash. This will help speed up the move and prevent injuries.

3. Use Common Sense

You’re paying professionals for their time, equipment, and labor, so avoid doing the moving yourself. In particular, don’t move heavy appliances or boxes. Make sure the movers have water to drink. If it’s a cold winter day, make sure to wear warm clothing, so you don’t get sick.

 

Do you need professional movers to help you relocate? Contact Piece of Cake Moving & Storage, located in Manhattan, NY. Their team of professional movers are all local and are experts in avoiding traffic and keeping their clients safe during a move. They will save you both time and money. Call (212) 651-7273 to request a free quote, or visit them online to learn more about their moving services.

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