It’s also a good idea to give the moving company a diagram of your intended floor plan at the new location. This will ensure that all furniture and equipment is placed in exactly the right spot. Why pay a moving company to transport everything to a new home or office, only to have to later rearrange everything?
Another reason to prepare in advance is to lower the overall cost of the move. Everything that is properly packed and labeled will be handled more efficiently. This can save you money by reducing the amount of time it takes to move!
Our company even offers a free checklist of items that need to be addressed before, during and after a move. This checklist will help you make sure that you don’t forget anything along the way. It is good to prepare for your move in advance. This will allow you to dispose of unnecessary items and reduce the overall volume of belongings that will need to be moved.
Most everyone realizes glassware is fragile and should be packaged carefully, but some movers don’t take the time to do it right. Unfortunately, many pieces of antique and collectible glassware are damaged beyond repair due to these very avoidable mishaps. Whether we are moving an expensive piece of glass to to your new home or your grandmother’s old Depression glass serving dish or other valuable heirlooms, these items can arrive to their shipping destination unscathed by using ATB Movers – fully insured and ready to help! We have years of experience in antique moving.
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