Feeling confident about your packing can help you feel good about your move.
That is why we are sharing the packing techniques our professional movers use to pack our clients’ valuables safely and securely.
If you choose to do your packing yourself, at least you can rest assured that you have done it correctly using these articles as your guide.
For fragile items like china, dishes, and glassware, a dish pack is a good investment during a move. This sturdy corrugated box will allow you to pack the most fragile of items in a virtually crush-proof, crumple-proof container.
Books can be one of the most expensive items to move. For that reason, we suggest moving only the books you cannot live without. Once you know which books will make the move, pack them into sturdy, mid-sized boxes that will be easy to carry when packed. Rare or highly valued books (like first editions or photo albums) should be carefully wrapped and packed according to our guidelines.
Especially during a very long move, you will want to only pack non-perishable food items, such as those that do not require refrigeration or freezing. Laws may prohibit Move Central from transporting perishable food items, so please check with us first regarding your particular situation.
Find out the best way to move your curtains and drapes so they will arrive wrinkle-free, plus learn how to pack sheets, linens, comforters, and blankets, so they will be clean, dry, untorn, and ready for use at your new home.
Though you may think moving your shoes is as easy as putting them all in a box, you may not be happy with the condition they are in when they reach your destination. In this article, we give you tips on moving your shoes so they will arrive fresh, clean, and unscuffed, as well as be easy to unpack.