DIYing Your Move to Tulsa? Leave These Things to the Pros
By Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group
Apart from preserving your back, as well as your friendships, there are other reasons to employ a moving company to pack and transport your household items. For one thing, these people are pros and realize how to pad and pack your valuables. Also, they are insured--if you drop Great-Aunt Edna's crystal on the driveway, it will be on you. In case your professional mover in Tulsa does not get it just perfect and things break, no problem--it will be covered.
What's Really More Complicated to move? Gym Equipment or Antique China?
May seem like a dumb question, correct? Wrong.
If you pack a box of china and wrap everything adequately, likelihood is fine that it'll survive a few bumps and maybe even a small drop. If you attempt to move a heavy piece of workout equipment--say you got a Peloton for Christmas--and you lose your grip and it slips to the ground, that bike is likely to fare worse than the little box. You can get replacement bowls on eBay, yet replacing that Peloton is not going to be inexpensive.
You have got a considerable amount put in your exercise equipment, therefore hiring a moving company to take elements apart and move them appropriately is truly worth what you will expend on professional help.
Art and Collectibles
In case you have any artwork or antique items, it is worthwhile to get them expertly packed and transported. These things are normally insured on a rider that may be outside of your fundamental homeowner's policy--look at the fine print about moving. There may well be a stipulation that you must make use of professionals for coverage to be effective.
One more reason to employ a moving company in Tulsa to take care of your fine pieces is that they have the tools and know-how to construct custom crates and containers for strangely shaped things like large mirrors, statues, works of art, and so forth.
It Ain't Heavy, It's Just a Sleeper Sofa
Ok, you are thinking, I've got a truck with a lift gate, some hand trucks, plus a bunch of blankets as well as tape, and my buds happen to be strong guys. We'll do this, easy. Undoubtedly, it is possible to. However will it be really a great idea?
Moving that couch across the room is one thing. Move it out of the house, along the driveway and within the moving truck can be a totally different project, and unless it is just a straight flat line from point A to point B, it is going to consume a lot of the clock. Multiply that couch by chairs, tables, bed mattresses, other couches, and a garden tractor, and that's not worth a cold ale along with a pizza.
Moving to The Music
Then there is the dreaded piano--are you at ease moving that? Even an upright has a weight of close to 300 pounds, and a baby grand is usually above 1000 pounds. There's approximately 18 tons of tension on the strings--and one might snap in a second when you have no idea what you're doing. Let alone the scratches on a hardwood floor--you have got to raise it up onto casters or perhaps a piano dolly, so you do not leave gouges in the wood.
String instruments are also delicate and need to be moved in their cases. Without the case, a specialist can fashion a crate for the musical instrument, cover it gently in bubble wrap, and then, they understand exactly where to set it in the moving van.
Understanding how to pack the moving truck is a form of art, and you should leave all your heavy, sensitive, and special things to the professional movers in Tulsa. Although, you can pack your own socks.
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