The movers are capable of disassembling and reassembling certain furniture prior to moving. So the question is whether to take everything apart yourself or let your moving company take care of it.
We write a lot of how-to guides that show you what to do and how to prepare for a move. And here is a hilarious guide to what not to do when hiring movers.
What Not To Do When Moving
Musical instruments are definitely valuable for any musician; they are not only unique, but they are also very expensive. Whether you are moving yourself or hired professionals, you want to take extra special care of your instruments before they are loaded into the moving truck.
Packing and Moving Musical Instruments
If you are hiring professionals or helpers, it is a good idea to dispose of any unwanted furniture or household items before the move. Transportation cost of some items may exceed their value.
Sell Your Junk and Save On a Move
If you are renting a moving container to ship your possessions, you should receive a list from a company of non-allowable items. Find out what you can not put in a moving container.
Non-Allowable Items in Moving Containers
AAA Lapine Mini-Storage 16569 Reed Rd, La Pine, 97739 541-536-1634
Ace Storage 15767 Burgess Rd, La Pine, 97739 541-536-2930
Alpine Economy Mini-Storage 16464 William Foss Rd, La Pine, 97739 541-536-2930
High Desert Self Storage 52650 Highway 97, La Pine, 97739 541-536-5783
S & R Storage 16570 William Foss Rd, La Pine, 97739 541-536-7926
Wickiup Storage 52149 Skidgel Rd, La Pine, 97739 541-536-1647
Moverscorp.com has provided this listing which is public information drawn from the local phone and internet directories. To inquire about storage prices, availability, and units sizes please call the phone numbers listed above. Remeber, the cheapest storage unit is not always the best value. Secure and clean storage facility prices are usually higher than other places, but it's totally worth it.