Before your move, it's valuable to know particularly what you are taking with you. Household goods can get lost or damaged, but if you know exactly what you have, your insurance should protect against loss and damage.
Computers are valuable and also very delicate items. Whether you hire professionals or move yourself, it is important to be extremely careful when packing a computer. Here are few tips on how to prepare a computer.
How to Pack a Computer
When you are hiring a moving company, make sure to check what their policy is on non-transportable items. This guide lists examples of items that movers cannot transport.
What Movers Will Not Move
The following guide lists items you should wrap in bubble wrap for better protection and safe transportation.
Items To Wrap in Bubble Wrap
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
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.
Watch for hidden fees when renting a truck. Things such as mileage, gas, insurance, a late return can add extra unnecessary fees to your final bill.
Hidden Truck Rental Fees