If you are on a time limit due to trying to coordinate key drop offs, internet setup, furniture drop-offs, etc then you need to think about the time of day and location of your move. Traffic in Austin is almost always bad along I-35 and gets backed up in rush hour throughout the rest of the city. There is a lot of construction going on so if you are moving or leaving along one of these routes then check ahead for closures and those sorts of things.
UT Football Games
Keep an eye on the fall schedule to make sure you aren't moving on game day right before kickoff...this will slow you down a lot. Also, roads may be closed down around the University of Texas campus and traffic re-routed.
Summer Day Time Temperatures
If you plan on moving boxes and furniture then make sure you plan for the summer heat with plenty of water, sunscreen, and rest. Even standing around can cause some people to feel faint and the last thing you want is that ruining your move into a new house.
Stop to Eat
Be sure to take the time to eat something or make arrangements as we have seen this lead to a few problems. One, you become weaker and this can slow down your move if you haven't eaten. Many people also become 'short' with their tempers and patience if they are hungry and this can cause unnecessary stress on everyone involved in the move.
We love to see the looks on our customers faces when they move into their new house and that's why we strive to make the move as easy as possible. So when it's time for your next move in Austin, TX..give our company a call.