Brampton’s By-Law 242-76 states that if your home is positioned to cause snow or ice to fall on the street, you have to clean that, too. There’s no grace period after moving in following these by-laws, although you could ask your new neighbors for help. So if you are moving to Brampton in the winter, do not forget to pack your snow shovel, or any valuable, heavy equipment that might be relevant to the climate in the area.
Upon arrival, or as early as possible, unpack the items since you will be needing them right away. This means that you should pack them last so they will be easy to remove in your new home. Keep in mind that movers, such as Hills Moving in Toronto, charge by the hour and last-minute packing may cost you more.