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Tips For Moving Furniture

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Tips For moving furniture
Although smaller items can be packed into boxes or crates, it’s much more difficult for furniture to be properly packed away. Finding good furniture movers Burnaby can make the difficult transition less stressful, no matter if you’re moving to an office or a home. With the help of a skilled team of furniture movers and the knowledge below, you can move everything without causing damage to your furniture or walls.

SELECTING A FURNITURE MOVING COMPANY
When planning your move, the first thing you should ask is “How do I find furniture movers near my home?” It takes some research and planning to choose from among Calgary’s many furniture moving companies. You should first review the company’s history. You should check out the company’s history, certifications, and reviews from customers. Second, ensure that the furniture moving company you are considering is licensed and insured in your locality. You can then reach out to the company to get an idea of how your relationship will be. It is important to communicate early with furniture-movers if you want to make a good impression.

MOVING FURNITURE ON a BUDGET
If you are looking for a cheap way to move the furniture far away, you should do some research. You don’t have to do everything yourself or skip hiring a professional moving company. You can save money by consulting a professional moving company several months before your move. An experienced moving company will be able to give you tips on how to properly pack your furniture and how to safely move it. Even if you decide to do it yourself, this consultation is still beneficial. Even if you don’t use their full services, professional furniture movers want to do things right.

PREPARATORY PHASE
You need to ensure that the job is done properly, regardless of whether you hire a moving company. You should measure your furniture carefully before you start. It is important to measure the furniture that you will be moving and also the space between the doors and hallways of the new home. To ensure that the space is accurate, measure twice if it is too tight. Poor measurement can result in furniture becoming stuck in a narrow space. It is possible to prepare ahead by taking out any drawers or cushions, which will lighten your load.

HIGH-LOW METHOD
The high-low method is the best option for heavy appliances, large couches and other difficult pieces. This method requires two people to work together, but it makes the move easier and safer. Both people should start on the opposite side of the furniture. The piece should be tipped towards one person. This person will take the highest end of the furniture. The other person should bend at their knees to take the low end. Ensure that you keep this angle straight while you move. This makes it easier to move heavy furniture around corners and down the stairs. Large furniture can be moved at an angle so you can pass through narrow hallways and doors without damaging walls.

MOVING TOOLS
Certain tools are useful for moving heavy furniture if you have a large, flat area such as a hallway or large room. You can use shimmy cloths to place under the feet of your furniture. This will allow you to slide it across a flat surface without damaging the floor. Large cabinets and dressers can be placed on a rolling dolly. You can then use the dolly’s wheels to move them, but make sure the object can still fit under doorframes due to the additional height. Furniture with doors, movable parts, or cushions should be wrapped in furniture wrap to make it easier to move. This ensures that your moving process is not interrupted by a door opening or cushion falling off of a couch.

NAVIGATION CORNERS
It can be hard to maneuver large chairs, couches, and beds in tight spaces or downstairs. Remember to place the legs and arms of your furniture in these places to your advantage. Check to make sure the legs and arms are easily removable. In cases where space is extremely limited, it can be a two- to three-inch saving if they are. If the legs or arms are too heavy to remove, you can move the furniture so that it “hooks” around corners. The open end of the furniture should be angled so that the leg or arm is at the corner. This allows you to move around corners more easily, which can be a big help in getting furniture out of a house or stuck in a hallway.

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