Moving household appliances is a big job. Before you start, be sure you are aware of the work involved, there are steps you will need to take before the movers arrive at your home. Keep in mind some moving companies and helpers will not be responsible for disconnection of appliances.
Who regulates local moving companies? Every state has its own regulators and requirements. Check out this table to find a regulating agency in your state and their contact information.
Moving Company Regulators
The moving containers get extremely hot in the summer time, therefore there are certain items that aren't allowed to be shipped in these containers. Here is the list of non-allowed household items.
Non-Allowable Items in Moving Containers
You should always protect your belongings when moving. But at the same time, you need to protect your property. Moving appliances and large furniture can cause damages to wood floors, carpet, and walls.
How to Protect Carpets, Floors, and Walls
Prior loading a truck, it is necessary to follow a safety procedure to prevent injury to self and to property. There are certain items that you are not allowed to put into a rental moving truck.
What You Should Not Put in a Moving Truck
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