Perspective on Moving to St Louis, Missouri
1. St. Louis has four distinct seasons which some say all happen in the same day. June through September are hot and humid with visits from tornadoes. While winter is mild by Canadian standards surprise snowfalls are frequent and spring can open up St Louis to the impact of flooding. The best target times for moving are in May and October.
2. Traffic congestion is a minor St Louis consideration compared to other US metro communities. Repairs after the winter season and in older parts of St Louis are however a reality that can come into play delaying movers on the designated day. Local experience helps avoid those and other pitfalls that could delay or extend your moving day. For example, the streets that are in constant need of repair or constant speed trap by the airport at St. Ann on Highway 70 constipating traffic are well known. A example of knowledgeable movers providing value.
3. St Louis has grown from it old time roots. Those roots include charming older communities with narrow streets, old and renovated buildings with odd access. Again movers with experience both expect and deal with these obstacles. Whether you are facing a red-brick townhouse in Soulard or a century old access in Lafayette Square the movers skills will surface. Even moving into a more traditional residence in Kirkwood or Clayton will bring out the benefit of experience as the easier access allows faster damage free load processing.