Is it a good idea to move home in summer

June 18, 2016, Posted by: Heather Thurston

Summer is one hot season, right? That makes any physical activity you do almost twice as tiring. The heat takes a toll on you and you feel doubly the tiredness, and then the sweat comes to make things even worse. With that in mind, do you think that moving home during the summer is a good idea? The simple answer is yes and no – just like anything in life, it has its pros and cons. But if you are really contemplating on a recent house removal, then here are the pros and cons you should consider before making a decision:


  • You can combine the move with a vacation so that you do not waste any leave days. That way you can rest immediately after moving home and you will have the strength to start your new life.
  • Movers often put their best deals during the summer and you can make use of that.
  • With all the sunshine and flowers outside, moving will be less stressful and you will have a nice atmosphere to deal with any anxiety issues.
  • The weather will always be welcoming and you won’t have to worry about delays because of bad weather.


  • Many people move during the summer. That means most of the moving companies will be busy and you will have to schedule your move well in advance.
  • Heat strokes are very popular during the summer as well.
  • The smell of all the accumulated sweat will be something worse than your visit to the most populated gym.
  • The weather is good, but the sun does not say just how hot it will go. High temperatures sometimes are just as bad as low ones.
  • You need to know your limits and monitor your health at all times during the move.

With this in mind, you can start making plans for your house removal, or deciding on a new moving date. Either is fine, really – every season has its ups and downs, and it is totally up to you to decide whether you want to move during a hot one or during a slightly colder one. Just don’t pick winter – that is one icy hell you want to avoid.

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