In these critical times, Miami Movers For Less wanted to take this opportunity to assure you, our loyal customers, that your safety and that of our staff come first andforemost. Defined as one of the “essential businesses in Miami” by the governor of Florida, our company is committed to helping the people of Florida during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our moving business is taking all necessary precautions to guarantee the safety of our customers and moving crews while providing any of our moving and storage services. We are taking extensive sanitation and cleanliness measures to prevent any further spread of the virus. Our team will be using the following practices to ensure the same level of first-class, five star moving processes that you are used to receiving from us:

  • We will be providing all moving estimates online, virtually, via phone or email from this point on.
  • The wellbeing of all parties involved comes first. Any members of our staff displaying even the slightest symptoms of flu will be sent home until further notice. Any customers that feel ill should immediately notify us so that we might re-schedule, postpone, or cancel the move so as to prevent any unwanted risks.
  • All members of our moving crews are equipped with gloves, disinfectant sprays/wipes and hand sanitizer – to mitigate your protection and theirs.
  • We take the appeal of social distancing measures seriously, hence limiting any unneeded contact with customers while this pandemic is in effect. We offer our sincerest apologies for not being able to demonstrate the professionalism and respect toward customers with our usual introductory handshake.
  • Upon arrival of our moving crew, we kindly ask that you give them the space required for them to protect the home with all safeguards like floor runners, and door jams (Extra Charge). They need the appropriate space to safelyand efficiently service your move and allow them space to do their job.
  • Try to open doorways and windows when available and appropriate, to increase air circulation and ventilation.
  • All the cabs and boxes of in our trucks are sanitized, as well as all blankets, pads, tools and equipment after each and every move. We do this to reduce any risk of cross-contamination.
  • We invite you to also sanitize and wipe down any and all exposed surfaces and furniture prior to our arrival. We would appreciate that you do anything that you can do to help keep our working conditions safe and sanitary for our men. All your efforts in this manner will be greatly appreciated.
  • Owners / office staff will be working around the clock from home with complete access for our team and our customers via phone, email and text.

We would once again like to take this chance to thank you for choosing Miami Movers For Less. It is our sincere pleasure to serve you. Our promise to you, and no matter what circumstances, is to continue to deliver the 5-star relocation services that our customers depend on.

Should you need to reach us directly, please feel free. Text is always the quickest, and we are literally here for you 24/7.

Thank you, be well and stay healthy!

Moving into an RV – tips for beginners

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So, you are ready for your big adventure? Moving into an RV? Well, congratulations! This is the dream of many. This very dream is realized by very few. In order to get to the point where you can consider moving into an RV, you need to do a lot of real-life preparation. We will discuss some tips and tricks for those who do not need a job throughout the RV adventure (those who saved up money), as well as for those that need to keep on working. Moving into an RV is a glorious adventure, but this is something that not many can achieve, and not many know how to do.

This type of life brings many challenges, as well as joys. But believe us, it is not all rainbow and sunshine. As many good things as it brings, if not executed right, it could become a waste. It’s not uncommon that people call residential movers Miami to ask them for advice, as they are the ones who have the experience of moving in about anything.

So, moving into an RV requires extensive planning and preparation. It is not as simple as hopping into the vehicle and hitting the road, no matter how the fancy songs make it sound this way. It is a lot of work. Unless, of course, you are extremely rich and you simply care very little about the hardship of living on the road. We are going to pretend that you are not this rich and that you do not have infinite resources. We are not going to be able to prepare you, but hopefully, this article will give you a few things to think about.

In the end, this could lead to the beginning of a successful adventure. So, let’s get into it.

Moving into an RV – the difficulties

The most difficult part of moving into an RV as well as living on the road is sustenance. It is not all about simply driving around and sleeping wherever you like. Well, to an extent it is, but it is far from being all about that. Moving into an RV and living on the road requires a ridiculous amount of planning and preparation. If you choose this life you have to understand that it is not something you can simply make up as you go. You could try doing it this way, but with one streak of bad fortune, your road adventure could turn into a nightmare. However, with solid planning and preparation, no such bad fortune can happen.

This is exactly why we give so much emphasis so heavily on the moment of preparation. If this one is done right, the rest of the journey would be a very smooth, enjoyable adventure. However, what does this preparation consist of? It’s simple really. Planning, preparing, stocking up and networking. Cover these and you are bound to have a jolly good time.


Planning is the most crucial part of the entire operation. This does not mean that you only need to plan on where you will go. You need to plan on how will you get there, what you will bring, how long you will be gone for and when do you plan for it to end. Mapping this out carefully will give you a very clear image on what you can expect and how well you need to prepare. Planning and preparing basically go shoulder to shoulder. By carefully assessing both you should have no problems down the road.

Make a list with all the things that you can anticipate that will happen to you when moving into RV, and you will be better for it.
You can do it on a piece of paper, your smartphone, PC, literally anything so there is no excuse not to start planning on time.

In spite of all this, many people fail to adhere to this step in the right way. This is why we continuously emphasize the importance of this step. Sit down, grab a map and a piece of paper and plan your adventure. The most important elements of this plan are the duration and direction. The infamous double D. Knowing for how long you are staying, and which way you will be going, will allow you to prepare the right wardrobe, rations as well as other necessities that you will need on the road. Planning is key.


Preparation is a simple process once planning has been done the right way. Preparation means choosing the appropriate clothes to bring on your journey. So, say you are leaving to go in colder parts. You will need warm clothes and similar winter-like apparel. Same goes if you are going to warm parts. This also means that you need to prepare provisions on the road.

Choosing the right clothes will decide how much things you bring with you because you don't need clothes for all seasons.
Try picking clothes that are appropriate for the seasons you will be spending in the RV.

Granted, many parts of your journey will have stores in which you can restock. But you have to plan for moments where no such stores exist. You cannot have yourself be caught without food.


This is the last stage before hitting the road. This means that you need to plan your RV storage and pack as many things as you can carry. Pack as many things as you deem healthy to carry. You don’t want to be overburdened, but then again, it should be rather difficult to bring too much stuff into an RV. Honestly, in my experience, the more stuff you bring the merrier. Especially the food. If you are left with things that you don’t know what to do with then you should consider renting storage. Storage Miami is one of the options where you can get everything you need storage-wise.


The last important stage of moving into an RV is networking. You need to enter all RV groups on Facebook and chatrooms where people living on the road stay. Getting in touch with said people will give you a very powerful network of people who lead the same life as you do now.

Social media are a great tool to help you moving into an RV if you are new to it.
Get on any of the social media and start looking for local groups for tips in your area.

If you have any questions, concerns or doubts, people who have been living in an RV for a while will have all the answers. Do not be shy, make sure to ask!

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