When it’s time to pack and move, there’s a lot of things you need to take care of to make the day smooth and hassle-free.
You’ll need to buy all the supplies for moving like moving boxes, tape, bubble wrap, and rugs or other materials to protect your expensive electronics like TVs. You’ll also likely have to wrangle a few friends together to help you move the heavier things like furniture and appliances out of your current location, onto the truck, and into your new destination.
There’s another alternative to the DIY option. One that takes a considerable load off of your shoulders and relieves much of the stress involved with packing for a move.
Because everyone knows moving in Queens, NY is hard enough, why not hire the best moving company around to help you? At Brooklyn Local Movers, we do all the hard work for you. We arrange your pick-up schedule, securely pack everything for you, and deliver it safely to your new home.
There are a few things we can’t pack and move, though. And you should note them before arranging your pack and move date.
These are dangerous to movers as well as yourself and others (especially in transit where they can bump and roll around). Moving certain types of hazardous materials isn’t just risky, it can also be illegal depending on the substances and whether state lines are being crossed. In other cases, it may require specialized equipment and licensing.
Basically, anything that could cause a fire or explode is usually considered too dangerous to pack and move, so we advise you to repurchase these things at your new location instead.
If you have any questions about whether or not we can move it, just ask. Our local movers in Queens are always happy to help you find a solution.
Of course, movers are generally happy to pack food for you. There are some instances where you might want to reconsider, though. For example, food in glass jars could crack or leak during transport. Perishables like meat could also mould or rot before arriving. If you’re ever unsure about which food you should or shouldn’t prepare for packing, just ask your movers beforehand.
While it might not necessarily be prohibited, we recommend keeping all valuables and documents on your person at all times. Movers can reimburse you for most general items, but they can’t replace memories and items with sentimental value. So we recommend you keep the following things on you:
We hope this helps you prepare for your packing day. But if you’re still unsure, you should just ask yourself the following questions: