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!

The best things to do in Broward County after pandemic is over

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On March 11th World Health Organization declared a global pandemic of COVID-19. Soon after, many countries announced a state of emergency that put a large number of people into isolation. If you happen to be one of the few who recently moved to Broward County, then you have no luck. You cannot go outside and explore your new county because of a pandemic. Unpacking your moving boxes is probably the only thing you have been doing for the past few weeks. Even this is possible only if Broward County movers delivered your items. However, let’s be positive and believe this pandemic will soon end. In order to keep your spirits up, here are all the best things to do in Broward County after a pandemic is over. 

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It is time to plan social engagements after the pandemic

Visit Fort Lauderdale Beach or the Everglades 

After being stuck between your four walls for a long time, it is time to hit the beach. The best way to start exploring Broward County is by spending an entire weekend on Fort Lauderdale Beach. People mostly come here to have fun, drink, and visit as many bars as they can in one night. Due to its popularity, Fort Lauderdale has earned a nickname – Ford Liquordale. In addition to this bar expedition, you can take Griffin Road to reach Everglades Holiday Park. This place is for adrenaline junkies where they can enjoy exploring gum sloughs, air plants, hardwood hammocks, and so much more. It would be beneficial for your health to spend some time in nature, being active since nowadays you cannot do anything besides laying on your couch. 

Things to do in Broward County – a moonlit turtle stroll or see the sirens 

Here is a suggestion for lovers and animal enthusiasts. You can go on a moonlit turtle stroll. Sea turtle nesting season is from March through October. Sometime in June and July, parks organize nighttime sea turtle walk where you can witness how a large mama turtle digs a hole to lay her eggs and then returns to the ocean. You have to be quiet when watching turtles since you should not disturb their peace. Apart from turtles, you can enjoy your quiet stroll during the night. It is quite romantic. Additionally, you can visit the Wreck Bar at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel. There you can catch a show from mermaids every Friday and Saturday. It is free so at least you do not have to pay for a ticket. However, since it is at a bar, you should grab a cocktail and then enjoy the show.  

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You should go for a moonlit stroll to see turtles

Swap Shop & the Jungle Queen 

As you can see, all the best things to do in Broward County after the pandemic are quite exciting. The next two follow the same trend as well since you will need all the excitement in the world after staying at home for so long. First, go and see a movie, but not in a traditional theater-kind-of way. It is time for a drive-in movie theater, or in other words, Swap Shop. It has 14 screens, a daily circus, and a huge flea market. You can spend the entire day here, eating delicious food, visit a circus, a car museum, and finally watching a drive-in movie. In addition to this, you can go for a four-hour-long tour of the New River called the Jungle Queen. It is a dinner cruise but it does not serve alcohol so you will have to bring something along. 

More interesting things to do in Broward County  

Here is a list of activities to do in Broward Country after the pandemic.  

  • Catch an IMAX movie at the Museum of Discovery and Science 
  • Visit the six-story tall Rain Tree in Fort Lauderdale 
  • Take a walk over the bridge on the 17th Street Causeway 
  • Take a part in the local movie and TV marathon 
  • Play golf at Aqua Golf Range in Pembroke Park 
  • Enjoy some hot tub at Bahia Cabana 
  • Bike around the islands of Las Olas Boulevard 
  • Enjoy some night fishing 
  • Visit the Bergeron Rodeo in Davie 
  • Pay $24.95 to enter the largest butterfly park  
  • Place a bet on a horse at Gulfstream Park 

If you are tired of Miami restaurants, you can make a trip to Broward County. There are plenty of interesting places to visit and things to try.  

Move to another city in Broward County and explore the arts 

Since Broward County has many cities, you can move to one, for example, Fort Lauderdale or Pembroke Pines. Call local Miami movers to schedule your move. A change of scenery would be more than welcome after the pandemic. Many people will probably start to hate their four walls, especially if they are stuck inside small apartments. You can start exploring new cities, neighborhoods, and housing options but only on the Internet for now. Make a list of all the houses you like so you can visit them later after the isolation. In addition to this, if you are an art lover, you will definitely enjoy living in Broward County. Do not miss out visiting the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, and Girls’ Club Gallery. You can also do a tour of the galleries in FAT Village. 

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Go on a gallery tour after the pandemic

 

The last set of things to do in Broward County after COVID-19 

In the end, here is yet another list of your future activities. 

  • Stargaze at Buehler Planetarium & Observatory for $4 
  • Go for dinner in the dark  
  • Ride a gondola and tour of Fort Lauderdale 
  • Have a camping experience at Markham Park 
  • See the spiders, specifically huge banana spiders at Secret Woods 
  • Visit the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex and jump off eight springboards and five platforms 
  • Fly kites atop the hills of Vista View Park 
  • Grill your barbecue at a Korean restaurant in Lauderhill 
  • Enjoy the show of fire-dancers at Mai-Kai 

As you can see, options are almost endless. For this reason, enjoy doing these fun activities in Broward County after the pandemic. 

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