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A Mover's Guide to Home and Office Furniture Removal


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« on: November 15, 2017, 08:13:57 am »

Always Have a Plan in Hand -Whether you're moving your office furniture or that of your home, you need to plan the process long before the big day. This means that you should determine certain details, such as what you will take with you and how many boxes you will need to pack your things, beforehand.

You may plan to leave or sell certain bits of furniture and decorations. However, rather than piling everything up in one corner, it is best to get rid of them before you move out. If you intend to get rid of a piece of furniture but need it until the day you move, sell it early and let the buyer take it off your hands 3-4 hours before you leave.

Certain bits of furniture, such as your computer workstation or bed, cannot be easily moved in one piece. So, even if you feel tired or sluggish, make sure to disassemble them to save them from breakage or scratches.

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