When you are hiring a mover it doesn't necessarily mean every single item in your household will be fully insured. Find out what movers will and will not cover during a move.
What Movers Will and Will Not Cover
Most people are familiar with do-it-yourself moves. They are ideal for small moves within city limits. A do-it-yourself means that you have to purchase your own packing materials, arrange for a moving truck, and load and unload the household belongings.
Do It Yourself Moves
The best way to conveniently unload and unpack your furniture and boxes at your new residence is to have a plan. Unloading and unpacking your belongings in an organized way will make your work not only easier but also more effective.
Unloading and Unpacking Tips
Aquariums are a beautiful addition to any home, but moving them can be extremely difficult. Aquariums are delicate items and can be easily damaged while being transported and many movers will refuse to transport them.
How to Move an Aquarium
Computers need special care and handling during the moving process. Computers are not only valuable, but data is often irreplaceable. Preparing a computer for a move takes just a few simple steps.
How to Pack a Computer
Mini-Safe Storage & RV 15311 Hesperian Blvd, San Leandro, 94578 510-276-2000
Peralta Storage 705 San Leandro Blvd, San Leandro, 94577 510-635-6177
Portable Storage Bay Area Corp. 14183 Catalina Bldg Trlr, San Leandro, 94577 510-352-2277
Storquest Self Storage 1100 Davis St, San Leandro, 94577 510-562-5080
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