Moving is one of the most complex and tiring tasks you can undertake. Because of the pressure and complications associated with this chore, accidents can occur easily, particularly if you fail to work with professional removalists. Fortunately, there are things you can do to ensure your belongings get to the destination safely, even if you are moving to another state. But what can you do to achieve this goal? You have to recognise the most fragile items and plan to pack, load and transport them safely. Here are top fragile items and some measures removalists recommend to ensure they don't get damaged.
Lampshades are delicate, a trait that increases their vulnerability during a move. In fact, they are one of the most fragile items to move. So, it is important to pack them correctly, even if they have an awkward shape. Start by removing the bulbs from the lamps and then get a separate box for every lampstand. Make sure you don't force or bend the shade to fit in the box you have chosen. The base should be placed upright on top of packing paper so the lampshade doesn't move within the box. Those who have lampshades that can be stacked into one another can get a large box and pack the items there.
Other items you need to pay attention to are the pieces of furniture you intend to move. Furniture is heavy, delicate, and often oddly shaped, so you could damage it easily if you aren't careful. Luckily, there are some things you can do to prevent damage. Consider emptying and dissembling wardrobes, sofas, beds and stands and placing the parts in separate boxes. Those that can't be packed in containers should be wrapped, especially the corners, edges, arms and legs. This ensures that the furniture doesn't get damaged while being loaded, transported or carried into the new house. Because this task is complex, it's advisable to get professional removalists to handle the work.
Electrical appliances should be wrapped well. The appliances can easily get damaged when they get bumped around a lot during the move, so it is better to give them the cushioning they need. You can buy supplies like bubble wrap or use your extra blankets and towels to create that layer of protection. Remember to place the top side up whether you intend to put them in boxes or not.
Contact a company that provides home removal services to learn more.Share