Snow, snow, and more snow!
The last week has been a rough one in Boston. So rough, that we have broken records in snowfall totals over the past week. And there is more in forecasts to come.
The onslaught of storms has forced us to rearrange our moving schedule, in order to maintain the safety of our employees, as well as ensure we can move your household as efficiently and professionally as possible. You have all been great at understanding the situation, and we are grateful to have such great customers.
Regardless of the snow, we will never abandon you or your move and if the weather makes moving impossible, we will not stop working with you until we find a new day for your move.
Take A Look At How The Snow Totals Stack Up This Year
Keep in mind these totals are for the "snow season", meaning October through March.
Eagle Lines will contact any customers whom they believe will be impacted by the snow. If you have a move scheduled with us and are feeling uncomfortable moving a certain day because of the snow, please contact us and we would be happy to find another day for you. If we are moving you a day or two after a storm, we ask that you clear a path for our movers so they can move your furniture as quickly and safely as possible. If you are moving in Boston, check with your landlord about clearing an entry way into your residence, it is their responsibility. Of course if you live in Boston like I do, you probably realize that moving may be a little difficult because there is simply no place for the snow to go, except right in front of your door. If this seems to be the case please contact us and we would be more than happy to work with you on finding a solution. Sometimes its as simple as bringing a smaller truck. We have been moving people in and out of Boston for over 23 years, so we have seen almost everything the city of Boston can throw at us.
Please give us a call with any questions you have. If you are looking for a quote, click the "get a quote now" button below. If you are wondering about how much snow is on the way, click here. To find out more helpful moving tips, visit the Eagle Lines Blog.