Moving household appliances is a special project of a move. They are bulky and heavy, you can't pack them in a box, or simply unplug and carry onto a moving truck. Most likely you’ll need to hire a professional moving service to get the job done.
When packing any electronic equipment, refer to the owners manual first for moving instructions. It is recommended to use the original boxes they came in, but you can also purchase specialty boxes from your local movers.
How to Pack Electronic Equipment
Hiring professional help might be a little bit more than you want to pay and friends and family may not be available to help you. Here are some moving tips that will help you to move heavy furniture by yourself.
How to Safely Move Furniture
A good place to start saving on a move is by cutting back on moving boxes and packing supplies. There are many ways to get free used boxes and one of them is people that have recently moved.
Free Moving Boxes
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
If you are hiring local movers you need to check if your state requires a license from moving companies, and if yes then verify that company has one. To find this information you should call or visit DOT's website.
Having nice weather on your move day is a huge bonus, however, that's not the case all the time. Here are some things you can do to protect your possessions on a rainy day.
Moving On a Rainy Day