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  1. Can I pack anything in the drawers of my dresser or desk?

  2. Will the driver load all the boxes that I packed?

  3. Can I move pack and move my plants?

  4. What should I do with my jewelry and other valuable items?

  5. How do I prepare my appliances for moving?


Can I pack anything in the drawers of my dresser or desk?
All loose items must be packed in boxes to prevent loss or damage. It is our's recommendation that you pack all items and leave the drawers empty. Back

Will the mover carry all the boxes that I packed?
Yes, as long as the mover deems them safe for transport. Back

Can I move pack and move my plants?
Most moving companies will not take your plants However it can be transported on your risk. We recommend that you leave your plants behind. Consider keeping the pots for new plants at your new home. Perhaps buy some plants that are indigenous to your new area, and if you are fortunate to live in a warm climate, put the plants outside. Back

What should I do with my jewelry and other valuable items?
Items of extraordinary value such as jewelry, money, antiques, and stamp collections can be included in your shipment, provided that you notify your local moving representative of these items before packing and moving day. It is strongly recommended that you carry irreplaceable and expensive article with you or make other arrangements for their transport. Back

How do I prepare my appliances for moving?
Appliances such as washers, dryers, and refrigerators must be disconnected, and the washer must have a stabilizer installed. Again, your estimator can help you understand how to these items are serviced. All local moving companies have business relationships with local service providers that handle this type of thing. Be sure you know who the local mover will be using as you will need to let these people into your home to provide the service. Back

 

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