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January 04, 2021

Four Steps to Staying Healthy When Moving to Denver During Covid

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

Moving over the winter time is never fantastic, however Covid adds an additional layer of concern to your presently full list of circumstances to fret about. Along with keeping an eye on the weather reports, your ears are on ready alert for seasonal coughs and sneezes. Covid concerns can turn a harmless sniffle into a two-week quarantine, so of course you are excessively distressed for anyone who is preparing to move.

Luckily, it is possible to safely move to Denver during Covid if you just simply follow these 4 guidelines for a healthy move.

Moving companies in Denver are viewed as essential, and the majority are open for business. They are ensuring that every one of the workers they send out are healthy, and so they are relying on you to practice good Covid hygiene. Don't forget that if there is a Covid episode in the business, they might not have the workers to cover all their slated moves, so flexibility on your part is essential. Just like you'd grin and bear it for a snowstorm, have the same pleasantness for your crew's safety.

Select A Virtual Estimate

Virtual estimates from moving companies in Denver tend to be the norm right now anyway, so that you can talk to and employ a mover from an online social distance. A video call enables you to walk through your home and the mover's representative on the other end will be able to determine your requirements and offer an estimate without ever coming to your residence. You may need to send measurements for a couple of furniture pieces, but a professional mover in Denver will figure out the trucks and crew you will require via the internet.

Practice the 3 W's

Wear a mask. In winter weather, wear it even in the home--there is not much air circulation in a sealed-up home therefore take the additional step of covering your face even around family members. If you reside in a warmer climate it's not critical to wear it indoors, but when the movers come make sure everyone has a mask on all the time.

Wash your hands--a lot. Use soap rather than hand sanitizer anytime you can. If you can't wash, do use hand sanitizer, however wash with soap and hot water anytime you can.

Wait for the professional movers in Denver to do their jobs--stay six feet apart, and just be patient. Resist the urge to hand the crew boxes and small furnishings, and simply assist from a distance. It is generally best to stay out of the way even absent a pandemic and let the professionals work in peace.

Sanitize Your new Residence Before You Move In

It's also normally recommended that you have a new home cleaned before you move in, but with Covid it becomes an definite requirement. The authorities do not believe that the virus lives more than a few days on materials, although with new strains popping up it's impossible to be positive. If you're unable to hire a team to come clean in advance of when you get there, go in front of the moving trucks armed with disinfectant, bleach, and rubber gloves in order to ensure a virus-free location as you do bring your family in.

Remain on Top of State Regulations

States are doing their best to help keep businesses functioning as smoothly as possible, yet even critical merchants are working shorter hours. Prior to when you pack up, be sure you can take care of the essentials such as buying groceries once you get to your new house, and that prescription medications are filled prior to going. You can shop online for delivery in the majority of places currently; check out grocery stores and apps including Instacart to determine what's available in your location.

These 4 basic steps will help you coordinate a safe, healthy, and stress-free move…provided that the weather holds out!


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The Mickelson Family
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