Sunday, March 24, 2013

What Not to Move with a Moving Truck

Some items shouldn't go in your moving truck, either because they are hazardous, or because they are irreplaceable. In the first category are many paints and cleaners. Drain oil and gasoline from your lawnmower before moving, and ask a professional seal any propane containers. In the second category are any personal, invaluable items. Some of these may be practical -- birth certificates, Social Security cards, tax records -- but also be sure to keep priceless items such as photo albums close at hand. You'll also want to supervise the moving of valuable items such as jewelry, silver, and coin or stamp collections.

Before your things are packed and loaded, please take some time to look over the items that we cannot put on a truck or in a container. Hazardous and perishable materials are not allowed, and we recommend that you keep sentimental or personally important items with you.
Get a moving companies agent to help you decide what to pack and what to leave!

Once you have your valuables, paperwork and personal item boxes all packed, go put them in a safe place … like in your car or wherever you know the movers won’t accidentally take it.

Oh and one last thing we have to add to our list. Something you’ll definitely want to take with you when you’re packing up for your move … And yes, we’re talking about the keys to your new home!

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