Moving household appliances from your one residence to another one can sometimes present some tough challenges for you. When planning for a move, there are special steps you need to take to prepare your appliances.
Do It Yourself moving is one of the least expensive and effective options. What are your options when it comes to DIY move?
Options for a DIY Move
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
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
There are different options in nowadays moving industry - from professionals movers to labor helpers. Choose the right type of move for you and your family regardless of size of your household.
Types of Moves
Clark's Neck Mini Storage 5333 Clarks Neck Rd, Washington, 27889 252-946-9184
Cli-Co Storage Corporation 900 E 5th St, Washington, 27889 252-946-0698
Coastal Mini Storage 3928 River Rd, Washington, 27889 252-946-8462
Crown Self-Storage 2507 W 5th St, Washington, 27889 252-975-6100
Pamlico Mini-Storage 302 Gorham Acres, Washington, 27889 252-946-6600
Rutledge Mini-Storage Inc 1173 Old Bath Hwy, Washington, 27889 252-946-0579
T & M Mini Storage 425 Grimes Rd, Washington, 27889 252-975-3532
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