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.

Mover’s Tips: Using Trash Bags

San Diego Mover’s Tips: Using Trash Bags Using trash bags for your move is a cost-effective way to save money and time will safeguarding your valuables. In many cases, a large box can weigh up to a pound or more, while a trash bag weighs only ounces.... Mover’s Tips: Using Trash Bags

Packing Flat Screen Televisions

Packing Flat Screen Televisions Packing flat screen televisions properly will save you time and safeguard your investment. Move Central’s movers and storage experts knows that your flat screen televisions are both expensive and fragile. Keeping your flat screen... Packing Flat Screen Televisions

Safely Pack Fine China and Glassware

Dish Pack Boxes Ensure a Safe Move Safely pack fine china and glassware by first using something that is called a dish pack.   A dish pack is a very sturdy double-walled corrugated carton and is ideal for breakable items measuring less than 18 inches. It makes sense...

Mover’s Tips for Packing Books

In this article, our San Diego movers will give you the best Mover’s tips for packing books, on deciding which books make the move, as well as how to pack them safely.  Our San Diego moving company, Move Central, Inc., knows how much you love your books, but... Mover’s Tips for Packing Books

Packing Food & Perishables

Packing Food & Perishables It is essential to check with your San Diego moving company to make sure that food and other potentially perishable items are allowed for transport. There are also municipal and national regulations and restrictions pertaining to items... Packing Food & Perishables

Tips for Packing Soft Goods

San Diego moving company, Move Central, Inc., knows that packing your soft goods such as towels, blankets, sheets, table cloths and mattresses may seem like an easy task. But what you may not realize is that you need to pay extra attention to keep these items from...