When moving home, the items of most value that you will be taking with you are likely to be your furniture, which is why the protection of that furniture is a subject often discussed between homeowners and removalists. Whether you are moving to the other side of the country or just a few streets away, you must take steps to ensure that your furniture is well protected as it is loaded, transported, and unloaded again at your new home.
Our first and most important recommendation is that you hire professional and experienced removalists to assist you with your home move. Apart from physically helping your move take place, they can also provide you with expert advice in protecting, not just your furniture, but other items too, such as your appliances and fragile items. That advice will include several tips, and to give you a heads up, here are seven of those tips to help you pack your furniture for a home move.
Furniture Packing Tip #1 – Designate A Packing ‘Station’
Our first tip is that you find a space or room in your current home that you can designate as the packing station for your furniture. There you can disassemble items and have all your packing materials at hand to make it more convenient to prepare furniture for your move.