Safe packing and moving tips via images. From flammable items to perishable goods, learn about what not to pack when moving.
What Not To Pack - Infographic
If you are moving on your own, it's important to have a right equipment and supplies before you start loading a truck. This guide will help you to get ready and make the DIY process easier.
Equipment and Supplies for DIY Moving
There are different options in a nowadays moving industry - from professionals movers to labor helpers. Choose the right type of move for you and your family regardless of a size of your household.
Types of Moves
If any of your items are damaged or lost during a move, it is your responsibility to document damages and file a claim. So, what is the process of reporting and filing a claim for damaged household goods?
Filing Claims for Damages
Relocating artwork and antiques is a very delicate job as any item is a costly investment. We recommend hiring professional movers to transport those items. However, if you are short on cash and do not mind the extra work, learn how to pack and move them yourself.
Moving Antiques and Artwork
When it comes to hiring a mover, people automatically think everything is fully insured and covered by a moving company. But that is not the case. Learn how to protect yourself from damage and loss during a transportation.
What Movers Will and Will Not Cover
Large and heavy furniture get easily damaged, they need to be accordingly handled before and during the move. Learn how to pack and protect furniture during the move.
Packing and Protecting Furniture