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
Renting a truck or storage container and hiring a moving labor service is another way to save money. It is a little more complicated since it involves hiring movers or a couple of strong men to load and unload your belongings. But often it is less expensive than hiring a full service moving company.
Moving Labor Services
Follow these moving dos and don'ts to make your moving process smoother.
Moving Dos and Don'ts
Transporting a waterbed is a big process, you need to remove the water and drain it fully to disassemble. If you own one, here are tips on how to safely relocate it.
How to Move a Waterbed
Small moves are generally anything around 2,000 pounds, if you're relocating from a studio or small one bedroom apartment this may consider as a small move. Small moves are no different than any other type of move.
Tips for Small Moves
American Mini Storage 7311 Highway 329 # 300, Crestwood, 40014 502-241-1818
Crestwood Storage Masters 5717 W Highway 22, Crestwood, 40014 502-243-2959
East Side Storage 8200 Speer Ln, Crestwood, 40014 502-243-9213
Mc Makin Rental Storage LLC 7903 Old Zaring Rd, Crestwood, 40014 502-241-8138
South Oldham Self Storage 6332 W Highway 146, Crestwood, 40014 502-241-5304
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