If you are moving on a rainy day, you may feel nervous and that's completely understandable. Here are some tips on how to protect your property and stay safe.
Moving On a Rainy Day
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.
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
Every home and apartment is different, but one question everyone asks is "How many boxes do I need for my move?" The following guide will help you to estimate how many boxes you will need for a move.
How Many Moving Boxes You Need
So if you are moving yourself you should know how to properly pack and load your rental truck. You can always hire hire some helpers that can help you with loading and unloading. There are few tricks and loading tips on how to pack a truck the right and the most efficient way.
Loading a Moving Truck
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