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Welcome to Springtime in St. Augustine

Fewer places are more beautiful that St. Augustine, Florida, the nation’s oldest city, during the early blooms of springtime. For those moving to St. Augustine, spring offers ideal weather, beautiful flora and unforgettable sunsets. However, it is also one of the busiest times to move during the entire year. With that being said, here is a guide to springtime moving that can help you make the best of your relocation. By the time you contact your local St. Augustine movers, you’ll be ready for a smooth, seamless moving day.


It’s Not What You Pack–It’s How You Pack It


When preparing for your next move, you’ll want to take some steps to get organized before you start loading the truck. First of all, sort through your belongings before placing them in boxes. You may discover that some things do not need to come with you to your new home; other things you may need immediately upon entering the new house.


Take the time to designate and properly label your boxes, keeping items organized by room or function. When moving to St. Augustine, for instance, you’ll want to have your summer clothes and outdoor furniture handy. Finally, here’s a list of organizational tools to you should have to help prepare for your move:


  • Labels
  • Inventory spreadsheets
  • Boxes and carrying cases
  • Tape


Beat the Rush and Plan Ahead


Though spring in St. Augustine is about as perfect as a place can get, with that comes the seasonal rush. If you’re planning to move this spring, be proactive when contacting your St. Augustine movers. Moving dates fill up quickly during prime season. To avoid extending your old lease, schedule your moving day at least a month before you plan to vacate your home.


Don’t wait until the last minute to find skilled, professional movers to help you relocate. Contact All My Sons of St. Augustine at 904-642-6900 today for an estimate and availability.

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