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Tips for preparing for transportation

If you are moving to a new home or redecorating your place there is a good chance you’ll look for furniture shipping at some point. Whether it’s furniture you already posses or recently bought furniture straight from shop, furniture transportation is always quite problematic. Naturally it depends on what kind of furniture needs transportation for example chairs and bedside tables could fit inside regular car, however a bookcase or a dinner table will likely become an issue. When you posses a van, you may attempt to transport the furniture yourself, but in most cases you’ll need help from a transport provider. If you are searching for a reliable service that will also be affordable, consider trying a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Securing furniture for shipment

When you plan to transport your furniture, there are a couple of steps you might like to follow, while securing them for shipment. Firstly, remember to remove all the contents from the furniture – even if the items inside seem few. Some jolts and shocks are almost impossible to avoid during transportation and all of the items roaming freely inside your furniture might become a potential danger. Also furniture without any content will be lighter and therefore easier to ship.

Disassemble every part that you can – if your furniture may be safely disassembled and transported in parts, that’s the best way to transport it. A table in pieces is also more simple to place inside of a van. The main downside of shipping furniture in pieces is that the disassembling can be time-consuming, as improperly dismantled furniture can be hard or even impossible to put back together in your new home. Other than that – it’s good to be extra careful when shipping all the really small pieces (screws etc.). It’s best to transport them together, for example in a Ziploc bag.

There is furniture (especially antiques) that cannot be dismantled and ought to be shipped in one piece. What’s the best way to ship them securely? The possibility that you will find a box suitable to fit an armchair is not high, but there are other ways to secure it for the shipping. When preparing furniture for the time of shipment bubble foil is of significant value. Wrap all the delicate places as well as all the corners in bubble wrap to save your load from damaging in case some other load bumps into it during transportation. If you have no bubble foil, you may also use cardboard to secure the corners.

If your furniture has some particularly delicate elements (for example made of glass) you must be especially careful while transporting it. When you can, you should transport them independently, wrapped in thick layer of cloth as well as bubble wrap (every glass element should be shipped like that). If it cannot be dismantled, enclose it in extra layers of bubble foil. And remember to inform the hauler that he will be transporting delicate load.

Like we’ve mentioned before, usually you will require assistance with transporting furniture. When searching for a hauler it’s smart to find out if he offers assistance with loading as well as unloading. Remember to specify from which floor they should be taken and to which floor they should be moved – and if there is an elevator available.  

If your furniture is valuable (even if it’s just sentimental) you should look for a hauler that has a carrier liability insurance. His services will probably be more expensive, however in case anything happens to your load during transportation, you will have right to compensation.

Cost of furniture shipment

Because furniture is a very wide category, a price of furniture shipment can vary considerably. When estimating the price of shipment you should take into consideration the route length, type of job (domestic or international), size and weight of the cargo, whether the load is delicate and so on. A proven way to lower the cost of furniture shipment is to hire a hauler who is travelling on your route anyway – thanks to partial loads you can pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

If you are moving to a new home or redecorating your place there is a good chance you’ll look for furniture shipping at some point. Whether it’s furniture you already posses or recently bought furniture straight from shop, furniture transportation is always quite problematic. Naturally it depends on what kind of furniture needs transportation for example chairs and bedside tables could fit inside regular car, however a bookcase or a dinner table will likely become an issue. When you posses a van, you may attempt to transport the furniture yourself, but in most cases you’ll need help from a transport provider. If you are searching for a reliable service that will also be affordable, consider trying a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Securing furniture for shipment

When you plan to transport your furniture, there are a couple of steps you might like to follow, while securing them for shipment. Firstly, remember to remove all the contents from the furniture – even if the items inside seem few. Some jolts and shocks are almost impossible to avoid during transportation and all of the items roaming freely inside your furniture might become a potential danger. Also furniture without any content will be lighter and therefore easier to ship.

Disassemble every part that you can – if your furniture may be safely disassembled and transported in parts, that’s the best way to transport it. A table in pieces is also more simple to place inside of a van. The main downside of shipping furniture in pieces is that the disassembling can be time-consuming, as improperly dismantled furniture can be hard or even impossible to put back together in your new home. Other than that – it’s good to be extra careful when shipping all the really small pieces (screws etc.). It’s best to transport them together, for example in a Ziploc bag.

There is furniture (especially antiques) that cannot be dismantled and ought to be shipped in one piece. What’s the best way to ship them securely? The possibility that you will find a box suitable to fit an armchair is not high, but there are other ways to secure it for the shipping. When preparing furniture for the time of shipment bubble foil is of significant value. Wrap all the delicate places as well as all the corners in bubble wrap to save your load from damaging in case some other load bumps into it during transportation. If you have no bubble foil, you may also use cardboard to secure the corners.

If your furniture has some particularly delicate elements (for example made of glass) you must be especially careful while transporting it. When you can, you should transport them independently, wrapped in thick layer of cloth as well as bubble wrap (every glass element should be shipped like that). If it cannot be dismantled, enclose it in extra layers of bubble foil. And remember to inform the hauler that he will be transporting delicate load.

Like we’ve mentioned before, usually you will require assistance with transporting furniture. When searching for a hauler it’s smart to find out if he offers assistance with loading as well as unloading. Remember to specify from which floor they should be taken and to which floor they should be moved – and if there is an elevator available.  

If your furniture is valuable (even if it’s just sentimental) you should look for a hauler that has a carrier liability insurance. His services will probably be more expensive, however in case anything happens to your load during transportation, you will have right to compensation.

Cost of furniture shipment

Because furniture is a very wide category, a price of furniture shipment can vary considerably. When estimating the price of shipment you should take into consideration the route length, type of job (domestic or international), size and weight of the cargo, whether the load is delicate and so on. A proven way to lower the cost of furniture shipment is to hire a hauler who is travelling on your route anyway – thanks to partial loads you can pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

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