There’s no doubt that summer is the ideal time of year to sell your home. The demand for housing is at its highest and Canadians can avoid snow and rain that tends to come with moving in the winter or spring.
Moving in the summer demands plenty of planning to ensure everything goes as smoothly as possible, from the time you start packing up your belongings to the moment you settle into your new home.
Amongst all the planning, it’s essential to prepare your Internet services for the big move. With that in mind, we have put together a list of ways to prepare your services.
Planning is important! To avoid any interruptions in your service, you’ll need to contact us at least five days before your move. Provide your new address details, including the postal code and unit/apt number (if applicable).
When you call in, we will verify service availability at your new address. A Worldline customer representative requires up to 3-5 business days to schedule a technician. They will help you schedule an install date and time that works for you.
Moving Check List
When it comes time to install at your new address, ensure someone over the age of 18 is home during the entire time slot you chose.
Make sure there’s clear access to cable outlets and have all your equipment (modem, power cords, etc.) on-site so that the technician can ensure everything is working correctly once reconnected.
If you need to change your installation date and time, or you have questions about moving your services, don’t hesitate to call.
This list may not eliminate your moving pressures entirely, but hopefully, it will make your life easier and less stressful as you settle into your new home.