I’m not sure if there is any time that is better for moving over another. Of course, if we had to choose, it would be sunny and 75 degrees out. But as you know, moving is not always the best of times and this is never more evident than in the cold winter months. As any Boston moving company will tell you, there are far more things that can go wrong with a move in the winter with ice, snow and other cold weather elements. Be aware of the weather and know what your mover’s policy is in terms of winter conditions. Know your travel route to your new home and have alternate routes in case of road closings.  Have a list of overnight accommodations in case you need to stop along the way to your new home. Make sure your car is winterized and you have the number of roadside assistances in case you need it. A winter move can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. If you are prepared and follow these tips. If I had to give my top tips they would be, plan ahead for inclement weather, preparing for the unexpected. Make sure you stay tuned to the weather and have a backup plan if your move gets delayed. Prepare your children for the move as you would at any time during the year and as you might imagine I would say, hire the right moving company. Humboldt Storage & Moving trains all our crews in how to handle any weather situation and keep your household goods safe.