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11 Dec

What to Tell Your Movers About Your Furniture

Furniture comes in all shapes and sizes, and each piece has its quirks. Movers are trained to safely and efficiently carry even the bulkiest of objects, but giving them a bit of extra information can make the whole process safer and run more smoothly. Here’s a list of what you should tell movers about your furniture so they can pack, transport, and unload it.

What to Tell Your Movers About Your Furniture

Let them know what pieces are fragile or antiques.

We move each piece of furniture carefully, but knowing when a wooden bookcase or cabinet is old or more likely to break helps movers come up with a secure plan for moving it. Shelves and handholds have been designed in different ways throughout the years, and more information on heavier items is always better.

Let movers know if you’re going to rearrange in your new home.

A new house or apartment means furniture will need to be moved around a bit to make it fit in the new space, but as a general room rooms are packed together. If you know a table from one room and a cabinet from another will be put into a room together in your new place, let your movers know so they can separate them as they pack up the room for easier organization upon unloading.

A new house or apartment means furniture will need to be moved around a bit to make it fit in the new space, but as a general room rooms are packed together. If you know a table from one room and a cabinet from another will be put into a room together in your new place, let your movers know so they can separate them as they pack up the room for easier organization upon unloading.

Movers are there to help make your packing and moving process easier, and the more we know the more we can pack and unload everything in a way that’s helpful for you and best protects your things. For more tips about moving and how professional movers can help, contact Brown Box Movers.