Most things in your home fit nice and easy into a box. There are boxes that are specially designed for flat-screen TVs, mirrors, large pictures, wardrobes and more. There are, however, some thing that just don't box up very well. So, what do you do with those items?
Moving professionals will tell you that you should box everything including those difficult to box items. Why? Quite simply so they won't get lost, damaged or cause other damage. Plus, it saves you time and money with your move.
Lamps, decorative pieces, artificial trees and plants, fishing rods, and other items with poles and that are long and tall can be very difficult to box. Here at Spring Hill Moving Company, we tell our customers to do their best to box those items or wrap them securely with cardboard, plastic wrap, packing blankets or other protective material. Tall wardrobe boxes are excellent for lamps. Place the lamps in the box and surround with throw pillows or other lightweight items.
Always remember the Box Rule: The bigger the box, the lighter the items in it. A large box filled with books can be very, very heavy!
What if you just can't pack it to move? Ask us! We will be happy to assist you with packing it (we are professionals and have just about seen it all and packed it!) or we can give it special attention in loading. The other option is to transport it separately in another vehicle.
Does it need a box? Yes...for it's safety and protection and the safety and protection of your other items.