Moving Large Items
Moving A House - When some people move, they really move. As in, taking the whole house with them. If your project is something along this scale, be sure you know the ins and outs associated with taking your home along for the trip.
Moving A Piano - A piano isn’t like a harmonica. It can’t be stuffed in your back pocket, and moved incorrectly, it can be rendered out of tune, which is bad, or damaged, which is worse. Take the steps necessary to protect your ivories ahead of your move.
How to Move a Waterbed - A waterbed is different than a regular mattress, as it cannot be moved as it sits. Know the proper steps for draining and breaking down a waterbed, as well as making it ready for the trip ahead. Proper planning negates poor performance.
How to Move a Pool Table - Pool tables are among the heaviest and most cumbersome pieces you will be taking with you. It is important that they are properly broken down and prepared for transport. A professional moving company knows how to transport these pieces with minimal risk.
Moving a Wine Collection - Wine collections are tricky, as a single broken bottle may be worth hundreds of dollars. This is another case where careful planning should come into play. Packed and transported properly, your wine collection will be there to enjoy for years to come.
Moving an Art Collection - Moving an art collection can be an adventure all its own, as many times pieces of art are of high value and difficult to replace if damaged or destroyed. You will want to use a professional art handler who specializes in the packing, moving and installation of fine art, ensuring that your art collection will be treated with the utmost care.
Moving a Couch - Couches are notorious for not going into or coming out of a residence easily, and care should be taken to prevent damage to the couch or the residence. Professional movers know how to plan and execute these moves rapidly, efficiently, and safely.
Tips for Moving a Safe - While small safes can be transported fairly easily, the relocation of larger safes can be problematic, primarily due to their weight. Make sure the company handling your long distance move is experienced in handling safes or other similar enclosures. Safety is always a priority.
How to Prepare Large Appliances For a Move - Large appliances like refrigerators and washer/dryer sets, can often be difficult to move as they have specialized connections and wiring. Make sure that your moving provider is able to handle any and all types of these appliances to maintain safety.
How to Move a Bicycle - Bicycles can be moved any number of ways, either by securing it to a bike rack on your vehicle, or even breaking the whole bicycle down and reassembling it at the new location. Determine which approach works well for you and then plan that portion of your move accordingly.