So, the time to move to a new home has finally come. After some serious thinking, you’ve decided the timing is right. Now you have to figure out how can you do it most efficiently and without getting any of your stuff damaged during the process. All that leads to one conclusion – preparations are crucial here. Sorry for interrupting but did we hear you say you have a lot of bulky furniture still not ready for moving? That’s where we come into the picture. In the article below we’re going to give you some advice on preparing bulky pieces of furniture for a move. Stay tuned for some useful tips and tricks. They’ll surely come in handy.
Obtain packing material
First things first. You need to get yourself some packing supplies. You’ll need everything from boxes and bubble wrap to packing tape and furniture blankets. Some of those you can get for free and most of those you can buy. It all depends on your budget, as you can guess. You can always find free boxes in your local stores. Don’t be afraid to ask. Most shopkeepers will help you out on this one.
Making a list of your bulky furniture
We’ll try to keep it short here. Make a list containing all the bulky furniture you’re taking in with you to your new home. You might want to downsize a bit, who knows? Anyway, having things neatly written down and organized is the key to success. That’s about it.
Disassemble all you can
Most of the bulky furniture you can disassemble into smaller pieces. Just so you know – you’ll need to pack them separately. Once you’re done with that measure all the pieces and add the numbers to your list. You need to be organized. The next thing to do is to figure out the best way to get the large pieces of furniture out of the old house. Measure the entrances and you’ll figure something out. The same thing awaits you in your new home.
Once you have everything figured out: the packing material obtained, disassembled pieces measured and everything mapped out on paper, it’s finally time to pack. Making the best out of your supplies cannot hurt. You’ll feel more relaxed, also. In that case – don’t be cheap on materials. Use a lot of bubble wrap and packing tape to keep everything safe. You don’t want your aunt’s precious sofa getting scratched or something.
So, there you have it. Everything you need to know during the process of preparing bulky pieces of furniture for a move. Hopefully, your aunt’s favorite sofa won’t end up damaged thanks to this article. Best of luck with your move.