To ensure safety, there are items that professional movers will not move if they are not properly packed. When you move, there are so many things you have to pack, but there are things that you need to remember not to pack.
What Not To Pack
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 planning to move your belongings yourself, you need to have the right equipment and supplies. Check out this guide to help you prepare for your DIY move.
Equipment and Supplies for DIY Moving
No matter how well you are prepared for a move, damages to property and household items happen. Proper documentation is very crucial when trying to file a complaint about damaged items caused by a moving company.
Filing Claims for Damages
Small details make a big difference when it comes to planning a move. One thing that should guarantee a smooth experience is to provide movers with as much as information as possible, even if it seems unnecessary.
What You Should Tell Your Movers
State agencies are responsible for enforcement and making sure that moving companies are properly certified and follow the regulations. Regulations may vary from state to state and some states' regulations are more strict than others.
Moving Company Regulators
Each household item requires different types of packaging. This guide will help you to pack and transport heavy items.
How to Pack Heavy Items
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