You should always consider estimating the value of your items when moving. By doing so, you will be able to protect yourself in case your possessions get lost or damaged during the transport.
Estimate the Value of Your Items
When you are hiring a moving company, make sure to check what their policy is on non-transportable items. This guide lists examples of items that movers cannot transport.
What Movers Will Not Move
When hiring a professional residential moving company or just helpers, it's recommended to create an inventory list. Inventory list represents all of the household items that you plan on taking with you, this is done for your own protection.
If you need to leave some of your belongings behind, then you should know the proper way to dispose of them. Here is a guide to how to dispose of your unwanted items.
How to Dispose of Appliances and Electronics
If you are moving yourself, you want to move efficiently and safely, avoiding costly personal injuries and damages to furniture. Every home has one or more goods that are hard to move such as big screen TVs, fridge, sofa and etc. Find out how to move your large and heavy items.
Moving Large and Heavy Furniture
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Pruitt Self Storage 212 N Church St, Grove Hill, 36451 251-275-7904
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