Whether remodeling or relocating to a new home, everyone has one or two large pieces of furniture they want to move. Moving large furniture can be difficult and requires to know how to properly lift and carry heavy pieces. Here are some helpful tips for you.
Moving Large and Heavy Furniture
Generally, there are three alternatives to consider when it comes to a residential move. They are; hiring a professional mover, renting a moving truck and doing everything yourself or moving containers.
PODS Units and Rental Trucks
Every home and apartment are different, but one question everyone asks is "How many boxes do I need for my move?" The following guide will help you to estimate how many boxes you will need for a move.
How Many Moving Boxes You Need
If you are moving by yourself, there is nothing worse than to find out at the last minute that you're missing equipment or supplies. Here is a list of moving equipment and supplies you will need for a DIY move.
Equipment and Supplies for DIY Moving
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
Hillcrest Park Storage 1425 E Main Cross St, Taylorville, 62568 217-824-4013
Lock-Safe Storage 904 W Springfield Rd, Taylorville, 62568 217-824-8131
Nick Root Self Storage Services 100 N Chestnut St, Taylorville, 62568 217-824-3535
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