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
Moving household appliances is a special project of a move. They are bulky and heavy, you can't pack them in a box, or simply unplug and carry onto a moving truck. Most likely you’ll need to hire a professional moving service to get the job done.
Before hiring a company from Craigslist, it’s crucial to understand the risk. Service scams can be found everywhere and the Craigslist is no exception. However, there are ways to identify professionals from the many fly-by-night companies.
Large and heavy furniture get easily damaged, they need to be accordingly handled before and during the move. Learn how to pack and protect furniture during the move.
Packing and Protecting Furniture
Transporting a waterbed is a more problematic task than a regular bed; the water must be drained and the frame disassembled. If you need to move your waterbed read the following article.
How to Move a Waterbed
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