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Hazardous items that pose a threat to safety should not be packed into your shipment.
Items that require additional security or special access are better kept in your personal vehicle during a move.
As moving day draws near, you’ll want to be sure to have everything prepared to ensure that the operation runs smoothly.
The only way to be certain that your household goods will survive a move is to pack them properly with the right supplies.
We recommend you pack a “first night” box with items you’ll need for basic unpacking, cleaning, eating and hygiene.
After the tedium of prepping, packing, and moving out – move-in day will feel like a breeze if you approach the day with a plan.
Congratulations! Moving into a new house is an exciting time. We have some expert unpacking and moving tips to get you settled quickly.
When packing for a long-distance move, we recommend using a "dish pack" for china, glassware and other small fragile items.
Cookware can often become scratched or glass lids broken if not properly packed. Follow these simple packing tips to prevent damage.
Small appliances need to be packed with plenty of padding to keep their delicate electronic components safe from damage.
It is important that you or a representative be present on packing and moving days to identify items needing special handling.
After removing the light bulb and lamp harp, wrap the base, harp and bulb separately in newsprint....
Because of their relative density, books tend to cost more per square foot than many of your other possessions.
Moisture, mold and insects can wreak havoc on natural linens packed without special preparation.
Specialty wardrobe boxes with built-in racks are available to transport hanging clothes so that they arrive wrinkle-free.