Ground Control: How to Move Efficiently on All Fours

Ground Control: How to Move Efficiently on All Fours

The first thing you need to do when moving your furniture is make sure it’s safe from damage during the move. You’ll want to take care of any loose items or things that might fall out during the move.

If possible, try not to use heavy boxes because they’re prone to breaking if dropped or bumped into too much while trying to get them down stairs. Heavy boxes are also very expensive!

If you have a large amount of furniture, then consider hiring a professional furniture movers. They will be able to handle all the moving and storing of your furniture so that it arrives at its new location in perfect condition.

You may even be able to save money on their services since they won’t have to buy as many boxes and bags!

Moving a couch isn’t going to cost you much, but it could end up costing you a fortune! Make sure you check out the rates before signing anything.

Some places will charge $25-$50 per piece of furniture. Other times, they may only charge $15 per piece of furniture. Don’t worry; there are plenty of places that offer free shipping on orders over $100! (And some don’t require a minimum order.

And if it’s just one or two items, then those little “crate rental” places might be your best bet. Those kinds of moving stores have everything you need to protect your furniture during a move.

They even have tools to disassemble and reassemble your furniture. They’re not as cheap as the regular movers, but they definitely come in handy when you need extra protection!

The Next Step: You’ve Got to Get Your House Ready for the Move!

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Now that you’ve got your furniture situated in the moving truck, there’s still a lot to be done. You’ve got to make sure you don’t leave anything behind and clean out your refrigerator before the movers come.

This may seem like a daunting task, but we’re here to help! Just keep reading and we’ll walk you through the process one step at a time.

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