Moving senior citizens to a new home is always a stressful time. When moving older family member, the best way is to have someone spend the day with them away from the move.
If you are moving yourself, you want to move efficiently and safely, avoiding costly personal injuries and damages to furniture. Every home has one or more goods that are hard to move such as big screen TVs, fridge, sofa and etc. Find out how to move your large and heavy items.
Moving Large and Heavy Furniture
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.
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
Always start ahead of time, create a list all the tasks you need to take care of. It will help to avoid the stress of forgetting important things and rushing to complete them at the last minute.
Reminders for a Moving Day
A-1 Storage Unit 127 Reynolds St, Williamsport, 17702 570-601-0422
Clemens Storage 1670 Log Run Rd, Williamsport, 17701 570-494-1317
EZ Access Self Storage 1830 Liberty Dr, Williamsport, 17701 570-494-4000
Fulmer's Storage Trailers 829 Lockcuff Rd, Williamsport, 17701 570-368-8908
Kopp's Self Storage 207 Fleming St, Williamsport, 17702 570-323-6009
Secure Storage Co 301 Charles St, Williamsport, 17702 570-322-2996
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