Relocating a waterbed is a challenging task. If you're planning on doing it yourself, make sure you know exactly how to handle it beforehand. If you don't, here are some helpful tips for you.
How to Move a Waterbed
Generally, there are three alternatives to consider when it comes to a residential move. They are; hiring a professional mover, renting a moving truck and doing everything yourself or moving containers.
PODS Units and Rental Trucks
If you just closed on your dream home you are most likely want to move all of our furniture into your new home immediately. If you have a time don't move too quick, it's the perfect time to make some improvements.
Before Move In
When you are hiring a mover it doesn't necessarily mean every single item in your household will be fully insured. Find out what movers will and will not cover during a move.
What Movers Will and Will Not Cover
Moving small items in a car may work better for you, especially if you are tight on money. Here are some ideas on how to use a car for best results.
How To Pack Your Car For a Move
D-Town Mini Storage 112 S Walnut St, Dallastown, 17313 717-244-7542
Tri-Boro Mini Storage 435 E Locust St, Dallastown, 17313 717-246-3095
U-Stor-It 2786 S Queen St, Dallastown, 17313 717-741-2202
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