Last winter was hard. No one’s arguing that. We shattered every kind of winter related record – the most snow, the most ice, the most freezing cold temperatures, the most cars lost for days at a time under snowbanks, the most temper tantrums about having to shovel again…does any of this sound familiar?
If the answer is yes, you might be feeling like the Framingham woman quoted in this Boston Globe story, who decided to move to North Carolina after having to chip ice off of her roof one too many times. The Farmer’s Almanac is predicting that we’re going to be facing much of the same situation this year – and given the fact that they brag about a more than 95% accuracy rate, that may be enough to prompt you to make a move of your own!
Single people and small households often wind up paying excessively high prices when they move because they simply don’t have as much stuff as larger households do, forcing them to pay for moving truck space they don’t need and can’t use. When you’re looking for a Boston moving company and you’re a single person or have a small household, one of the questions you’ll want to ask is “Do you have a minimum load charge?”
Ideally, for the small Boston move (either in town or a long distance move) you want to work with a moving company that doesn’t charge a minimum load charge. Pay only for the space and services you need and are going to use. Choosing a company that specializes in small moves helps you avoid being treated with less than full respect by moving companies that want the bigger jobs. Choose a Boston Small Move company with experience and an excellent reputation. Then you can get away before the snow even begins to fly!