If you are relocating to another state and don't feel comfortable driving a rental truck, then moving containers might be your best choice.
FAQ About Moving Containers
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
All licensed companies, as required by State Law, must offer basic coverage in order to provide moving services in their local areas. But is it enough to cover your possessions? Here are some tips to learn about different moving options.
You might be worried about the movers breaking your belongings or damaging a property. But the most concern is that the company you hired is a legit business, not a scam company.
How To Avoid Moving Scams
Moving artwork and antiques requires professionals who have necessary knowledge and equipment to handle delicate pieces. We do not recommend to cut corners or hire a company that is not specialized in delicate items. However, if the items are not of the high price you can consider packing and moving them yourself.
Moving Antiques and Artwork
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
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