Furniture is vital. During any move, it must be handled carefully. When moving furniture, any person needs to keep in mind multiple factors. These factors include the fact that each piece may be tied to other pieces and have moving parts. For example, a dresser may have a mirror that detaches from the main body of the item. The dresser may also have drawers that come out and must be protected during the move. Any mover must also be aware that some items are very heavy while others are lighter and may even break if not well packed. When moving, it’s best to keep in mind that all furniture must be transported well and then brought into the new space. An effective mover can help make sure that the pieces are removed property and then placed exactly where they belong in the new space without damage.
Preparing for the Move
All furniture in the home must be prepared before the move begins. A good mover can demonstrate how to prepare each item. Valuable items should be wrapped up before the work begins to protect their delicate details. For example, an ornate breakfront may have gilded molding. This molding needs to protected by padding in order to prevent it from being damaged during the move. The same is true of items that may not be so intricate yet still need protection during the move. Each item should be wrapped well so no parts get damaged when it is being held and then loaded on to a moving truck.
During the Move
Once the initial process of preparing the furniture to be moved has been completed, it’s time for the actual move. While the move is going on, a good mover will make sure that each piece is moved the right way. For example, a large couch may not fit in the designated living room unless it is broken down into other, much smaller pieces. A good mover will make sure each piece is protected well during the move and then the couch reassembled properly once it is there. This allows the person hiring the mover to relax knowing that all the furniture items they own are being property transported to the new location.