While moving on your own, you have to be extra careful of what you put into your rental truck. There are things such as flammable, perishable or chemically unstable items that you may not be allowed to take with you.
What You Should Not Put in a Moving Truck
Preparation is a major factor when packing a kitchen. Not only you have to handle fragile kitchenware such as glasses and silverware, but you'll also need to prepare your appliances for a move.
Packing Your Kitchen
A Do-It-Yourself move is one way to save money on your move, but you need to rent a truck. Here is what you need to know when renting a moving truck.
Checklist For Renting a Truck
Do you need help figuring out how many boxes you will need for your move? It really depends on the size of your home. Follow the guide below to estimate how many moving boxes you will need.
How Many Moving Boxes You Need
When planning what to pack and ship in a moving container, consider that the companies provide trailers or containers have restrictions on what they will allow putting in a container.
Non-Allowable Items in Moving Containers
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