Antiques are among the most delicate and easily damaged goods in our homes, they require special packaging and handling when being moved. It is recommended to use the services of professional movers that are specialized in antiques.
Household plants just like our fragile items need special attention when you move. For liability purposes, some movers will not load your plants on a moving van. It is recommended to move plants to your new residence in your car.
If you decide not to hire professionals and to move yourself, check out this post to find out more about self moving and what you can do about it.
If you plan using a trailer for your move, it is important to properly balance the load for safe driving. Follow this step by step guide to load your trailer.
How to Load a Trailer
If you are considering hiring professional movers or helpers, why not take the time to create a budget. You don't need to be a genius in order to create a budget, take the time to go over the expenses that need to be covered.
Creating a Moving Budget
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
All licensed companies, as required by State Law, must offer basic coverage in order to provide moving services in their local areas. But is it enough to cover your possessions? Here are some tips to learn about different moving options.
It is important to know which items you can't pack and move with you. There are some goods that require special packing and handling, items that residential movers will not move if they are not properly packed. There are strict rules and regulations that govern to help ensure safety.
What Not To Pack