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.
If you are moving in a rental truck or container, check with your city if you need a parking permit when you arrive to destination place. Regulations differ from city to city so it is important to check the requirements for the particular city.
Parking Permit for a Moving Truck
Moving a fish tank to a new residence can be a real challenge. Make sure your fish tank is the last thing you move and the first thing to arrive at your new home. Here are some additional tips.
How to Move an Aquarium
Prior loading a truck, it is necessary to follow safety procedure to prevent injury to self and to property. There are certain items that you are not allowed to put into a rental moving truck.
What You Should Not Put in a Moving Truck
Guide to protecting walls, wood floors and carpet during a move. Try out these tips when moving furniture and appliances.
How to Protect Carpets, Floors and Walls
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