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Relocation During Pandemic – Sanitary Precautions
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Relocation During Pandemic – Sanitary Precautions

We are all instructed to stay at home, nationwide. Keeping social distance and being bored (or productive) at home are currently the best things we can do for mankind. But, what if there are some of you who scheduled a relocation right about this time and cannot postpone it? Moving inside the Dallas area or further would be stressful on its own, but the current situation might only add to the pressure. However, there are certain steps to take that will help you relocate in a sanitary manner, without unnecessary risk of getting infected. Let’s check the following tips!

Don’t borrow boxes/use plastic crates

Practical packing tips always come in handy. However, there is another dimension we might add in the time of COVID-19 pandemic, and that is sanitation. Usually, using borrowed boxes can be a cost-effective solution, but in this case, our health is our priority and that wouldn’t be a safe thing to do. Use the cardboard boxes you already have at home or rent plastic crates – they are easier to disinfect and clean for safe usage.

Sanitize the items

In the times when germophobia takes a different meaning, it is necessary to be extra careful. Use disinfectant on your furniture, boxes, and any other materials that are suitable for cleaning. Clean them even before packing, if possible.

Hire professional Dallas movers

A well-trained team of movers for commercial and residential will do the best they can to make this relocation as safe as possible for both themselves and the clients. Hire only the ones who wear protective masks and are taking all the safety measures. Additionally, provide sanitizing products like liquid disinfectants or hand sanitizer for the movers to use.

We are all in this together. We wish you a safe and stress-free move during these challenging times. Stay safe and positive!

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