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
Local moving companies provide quotes based on the hourly rate and some quote a flat rate based on a size of your move. These types of moving quotes are reasonable, but it also depends on a few variables.
Not many people like packing for a move, especially fragile items. Often fragile items are packed by movers, but if you are planning to do it yourself, here are some helpful packing tips.
Packing Fragile Items
Many customers decide to move on their own, which includes packing, loading and driving a truck. This option allows you to choose how much help you need based on your preferences and budget.
The IRS has very strict rules regarding who can deduct moving expenses from their taxes. To be eligible, you must meet three requirements.
Deduct Moving Expenses
Aaron's Mini-Storage 2601 N 5th St, Niles, 49120 269-684-0616
Clark's Discount Storage 1901 Oak St, Niles, 49120 269-683-8516
Economy Storage 2206 Yankee St, Niles, 49120 269-684-9420
Northside Storage LLC 3005 N 5th St, Niles, 49120 269-684-8277
Offshore Storage 2636 Detroit Rd, Niles, 49120 269-683-1295
Yankee Street Storage 2480 Yankee St, Niles, 49120 269-362-0320
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