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Jun 19 2014

Packing Fragile Items

packing fragile items

What To Do, But More Importantly What Not to Do

One of the most stressful things about packing and moving is figuring out how to pack away those precious, fragile objects that are so near and dear to your heart. It could be your grandmother’s china, or your daughter’s first ceramic art project.

As a moving company we care about your things, but more importantly we care about you. And we understand that your prized possessions are important to you. So we have come up with some help and tips to make sure that china and art projects get from point A to point B safe and sound.

Be Selective With Your Packing Material

Many times people think it’s a great idea to use towels and newspapers to pack their fragile items in. While this is cost effective, it may not be the safest solution. Instead, a better material for packing is bubble wrap or packing peanuts. These will give your fragile items some cushion for impact and won’t ruin your precious items. Bubble wrap is also affordable you can buy 30 feet of wrap on Amazon for less than $5.

Don’t Procrastinate

Packing your fragile items will take the most amount of time because you have to individually wrap or box each item. It’s crucial to allot an appropriate amount of time so that you won’t be rushed when the time comes. Rushing and half wrapping your items will lead to a broken heart and even worse, a broken china set.

Make Sure the Movers Know What’s Inside

If you label your boxes as being fragile our movers will know to place that box on top of the other boxes and out of harms way. We pay special attention to items marked fragile because you’re our top priority. So help us to help you.

If you are still a little nervous about packing up your valuable fragile items after reading our tips don’t worry, we can help. We are a professional moving company and we specialize in providing a great packing service along with our moving services.

Give us a call today!

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