7 Things to Remember When Preparing for Furniture Removals

On July 1, 2015, in Uncategorized, by Gidyup
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Moving furniture from your old home to a new one definitely isn’t easy. This is particularly true if you live in a large house and have bought numerous beds, chairs and tables over the years. But don’t think that it’s entirely impossible; after all, by making careful preparations, you can make the furniture removal process […]

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Moving furniture from your old home to a new one definitely isn’t easy. This is particularly true if you live in a large house and have bought numerous beds, chairs and tables over the years. But don’t think that it’s entirely impossible; after all, by making careful preparations, you can make the furniture removal process less complicated. If you’re ready to get started, here are some tips you can use.

 

  1. Create an inventory of what you’ll bring. Doing this might seem like a waste of time, but it’s actually an important step to take if you want to have a smooth and organized move. By going through your furniture, you’ll be aware about how many pieces you can own and what types of furnishings are in your home. You can also find out which chairs, tables, cabinets and beds are in great condition which ones need to be repaired or refurbished and which ones can no longer be salvaged and have to be thrown away.

 

  1. Sell, donate or give away what you no longer want. While making an inventory, you most likely can identify the furniture that you’d like to bring with you when you relocate. Set these pieces aside and, once they’re out of the way, pay attention to the furniture you no longer need or want and decide wha to do with them. If they’re still in relatively good condition, you can sell them on eBay and Craigslist or offer them to your neighbors through a garage sale. You can also donate them to your favourite charity or give them away to interested friends and family members.

 

  1. Dismantle, anything that can be taken apart. If you have any furnishing that can be dismantled, take them apart days or even weeks before your relocation day. Doing this makes it easier for you to pack and transport your belongings to your new home. Since furniture won’t take a lot of space, you can settle for a smaller moving truck and save substantial amount of money in the process.

 

  1. Start by dissembling flat-pack furniture like book cases, wardrobes and drawers chests. They’re relatively easy to take a part, but be careful when dealing with pins and glued joints ensure you won’t remove chunks of wood and damage your furnishings. You can dismantle your beds next; when doing so, bind their frames together using ropes or tape to prevent them from getting misplaced and make them easier to transport. Don’t forget to disassembled any swing sets or trampolines you might have in your garden

 

  1. Learn to pack your furniture. Properly packing your chairs, tables, beds and other items important since it lets you protect them from scuffs, dents and scratches. It also helps you to ensure that your furnishings will arrive at your new home safe and intact.

 

  1. Before you start packing, make sure to gather all the materials you need. Some of the things you should have on hand include furniture pads, stretch wrap, bubble wrap, tape and scissors. Once you have all these items, you can now:

 

  • Remove legs from your chairs and tables if this is possible. Doing this will help you ensure that the legs won’t snap off during transport and make your belongings unusable and unattractive.
  • Wrap your furnishings with furniture pads, bubble wraps and/or stretch wraps. Be careful when handling these materials; don’t tape them to wood or painted surfaces to avoid damaging your beds, tables and chairs.
  • Got cabinets with drawers? Secure those using cling film. By using these sheets of plastic to seal your drawers, you won’t need to remove their contents before your relocation and put them back again once you’ve arrive at your new home. These, in turn, can help you to save a lot of precious time and energy.

 

  1. Hire Professional removalist. Unless you own just a handful of furnishings, you’ll definitely find it difficult to transport your belongings on your own. Fortunately, you don’t need to worry since you can always get the help of reputable and experienced furniture removal companies. By doing this, you’ll have experts who can assist you with packing your things and delivering them to your new house. You’ll even have someone who’ll help you unpack when you arrive!

 

Follow these tips now to have a quick, easy and efficient way of doing furniture removals.

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