If you’ve got artwork to move, wrap them in plastic or cover them with trash bags to keep water out. Pack any clothes and textiles in trash bags to protect them from the rain. Wood or fabric furniture can be wrapped in heavy blankets or tarps to protect them from light rain. Furniture can also be shrink-wrapped in plastic, which is a good idea if you expect very heavy amounts of rain.
5. On Moving Day
- Dress in Layers: Winter moving in Singapore can be physically demanding. Dress in layers so you can easily adjust to changes in your body temperature.
- Stay Hydrated: Even if it’s cold, you’ll be exerting a lot of energy. Drink plenty of water throughout the day.
- Check the Forecast: Keep an eye on the weather forecast. If there’s a heavy snowstorm expected, it might be worth rescheduling your move.
6. Vehicle Preparation
If you’re using your own vehicle during winter moving in Singapore, it’s crucial to ensure your vehicle is fitted with winter tires for better traction. Additionally, always carry an emergency kit packed with essentials like a flashlight, blankets, snacks, and jumper cables.
Winter moving in Singapore isn’t for the faint-hearted, but with the right preparations, it can be as smooth as any other move. By considering the unique challenges presented by cold weather and addressing them head-on, you can turn your winter relocation into a successful endeavor.
Understanding these challenges, Penguin Logistics is proud to present specialized winter moving solutions tailored to ensure your move is smooth, regardless of the frosty conditions.
Questions or concerns about your winter move? Our dedicated customer support team is available around the clock to assist.