Moving Tips

February 19, 2019 lg-admin

Good packing and planning is essential for a stress-free move. If you choose to do some or all of your own packing, it is important that you be familiar with professional packing and planning techniques to help protect your possessions.

 

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Tips for moving your refrigerator

Is your refrigerator or freezer coming with you to your new home? You will need to be sure it is disconnected and ready for transit before moving day. This includes heavy-duty cleaning and servicing. Get in touch with our team for moving help and moving tips.

Tips on moving your antiques

Antiques and collectibles are often prized as much for their sentimental value as for their monetary value. Between the two, your antiques are likely irreplaceable. With careful planning, you won’t have to. Get in touch with our team to book your move in which we will make sure your valuables make it safely to your new destination.

Tips for moving your range or stove

Stoves or ranges are easily damaged in a move due to their utility connections, glass or ceramic tops, intricate parts and polished finishes. The safest way to move your stove is to first give it a thorough cleaning well before your move date. Our team of moving experts specializes in making your move stress free, get in touch with us today for a free quote.

Tips for moving your appliances

Your appliances may require special precautions and/or servicing to prepare them for a safe move. You can count on Redpath Relocations to do all of the heavy lifting the actual transportation of your appliance from your point of origin to your destination.

Tips for moving your dishwasher

Many large appliances have gas or high-voltage electrical connections that require the attention of a qualified technician. It may be best to have such a specialist assist with your dishwasher’s preparation for transport. Be sure that you allow for a few days to plan for disconnection prior to your move.

Tips for moving your wine collection

Moving a wine collection just may be the only potential drawback of having one. Fine wines are hypersensitive to movement, humidity, temperature and exposure to light, any of which can threaten their character and chemistry. To protect your investment and avoid ending up with a lifetime supply of vinegar advance preparation is required to arrange for special handling of your wine collection during a move. Get in touch with your local moving experts at Redpath Relocations to ensure your wine collections makes it safely to your new destination.

Tips for moving your washer and dryer

Many large appliances have gas or high-voltage electrical connections that require the attention of a qualified technician. It may be best to have such a specialist assist with your dishwasher’s preparation for transport. If you plan to do it yourself, make sure you give yourself plenty of time to have the appliance disconnected before your move.

Tips for packing your shoes

You may be tempted to toss all of your shoes into the bottom of a box when packing for an upcoming move. This not only puts them at risk for physical damage, but also makes it that much more difficult to unpack when you arrive at your destination. There are several important things to remember when packing your shoes for a move. Redpath Relocations makes the move of all your belongings as smooth as possible. Our team uses top of the line moving supplies to make sure your items arrive damage free at your new home.

Tips for packing your silverware

Your silverware deserves special care when packing. You’ll want to carefully pack silver to protect precious metals and ensure sharp knives and forks don’t injure movers during handling. Get in touch with our team if you need moving supplies to make your relocation as smooth as possible.

Tips for moving your houseplants

Moving your household plants could be more difficult than you might expect. Plants are categorized as “perishable” items under federal guidelines. Because they are perishable, federal law does not allow them to be transported by regulated moving vans for distances greater than 150 miles, or on trips greater than 24 hours in duration. Get in touch with our team at Redpath Relocations to make sure your belongings make it safely to your new destination.