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Paul was a wonderful pet transporter. He was professional, timely, and caring. I knew from the instant we met him that he had our dogs’ best interests in mind when he immediately got on their level to say hello and offer lots of pets and ear scratches!

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Tips for preparing for transportation

If you are in the process of moving to a new apartment or sprucing your place up by adding some new items it is likely you’ll need furniture transportation. Whether we’re talking about your old furniture on removal or recently bought furniture straight from shop, furniture transportation is usually a challenge. Naturally the kind of furniture in need of shipment matters – chairs as well as night tables might be transported inside your car, but a wardrobe or a dinner table will likely be problematic to ship. When you have a van at your disposal, you can ship the furniture yourself, however in most cases you will require assistance from a transport provider. If you are searching for a trustworthy service that won’t cost a fortune, try using a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Securing furniture for transportation

When planning to transport your furniture, there are a couple of steps you ought to follow, when it comes to preparing them for transportation. Firstly, remember to empty all the furniture – even if the items inside are light. Jolts and vibrations are inevitable on the road and all of the items moving uncontrollably within your furniture may damage it. Besides empty furniture will be lighter and therefore easier to ship.

Dismantle what you can – if your furniture may be dismantled without damage and transported in parts, it will be the safest way to ship it. A table in parts is also more simple to fit inside of a van. The main downside of shipping furniture in pieces is that it takes some time and skill, as wrongly disassembled furniture might be difficult or downright impossible to reassemble in your new home. Also – you must be extra careful when shipping all the really small pieces (screws etc.). It’s safer to transport them together, for example in a Ziploc bag.

Some types of furniture (for example antiques) cannot be disassembled and ought to be transported in one piece. What’s the best way to ship them securely? The possibility that you will find a cardboard big enough to fit an armchair is rather small, however you can still secure it for the time of transportation. When preparing furniture for the time of shipment bubble wrap will be essential. Wrap all the fragile elements as well as all the corners with bubble foil to save your load from breaking in case some other load crashes into it during shipment. If you have no bubble foil, you may also use cardboard to secure the corners.

When you’re transporting furniture with some especially fragile elements (like made of glass) you must take extra care while transporting it. If it’s possible, it’s best to ship them separately, wrapped in protective layers of cloth or bubble foil (every glass element should be transported that way). If it can’t be dismantled, wrap it in additional layers of bubble foil. Don’t forget to tell the transport provider that he’s shipping delicate load.

Like we’ve mentioned before, usually you will need help with transporting furniture. When looking for a hauler it’s good to find out whether he offers assistance with loading and unloading. Don’t forget to mention from which floor they should be taken and to which floor they should be moved – as well as if there is an elevator available.  

If your furniture is valuable (even if it’s just sentimental) you should choose a transport provider that can provide a carrier liability insurance. Hiring him will probably be more expensive, but should something happen to your cargo during shipment, you will be entitled to reimbursement.

Price of furniture transportation

Because furniture is a very diverse category, a price of furniture transportation may vary considerably. When estimating the cost of shipment you have to consider the route length, type of job (domestic or international), how big and how heavy the cargo is, whether the load is delicate and so on. A good way to cut the cost of furniture shipment is to choose a hauler who is travelling on your route anyway – thanks to partial loads you will pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

If you are in the process of moving to a new apartment or sprucing your place up by adding some new items it is likely you’ll need furniture transportation. Whether we’re talking about your old furniture on removal or recently bought furniture straight from shop, furniture transportation is usually a challenge. Naturally the kind of furniture in need of shipment matters – chairs as well as night tables might be transported inside your car, but a wardrobe or a dinner table will likely be problematic to ship. When you have a van at your disposal, you can ship the furniture yourself, however in most cases you will require assistance from a transport provider. If you are searching for a trustworthy service that won’t cost a fortune, try using a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Securing furniture for transportation

When planning to transport your furniture, there are a couple of steps you ought to follow, when it comes to preparing them for transportation. Firstly, remember to empty all the furniture – even if the items inside are light. Jolts and vibrations are inevitable on the road and all of the items moving uncontrollably within your furniture may damage it. Besides empty furniture will be lighter and therefore easier to ship.

Dismantle what you can – if your furniture may be dismantled without damage and transported in parts, it will be the safest way to ship it. A table in parts is also more simple to fit inside of a van. The main downside of shipping furniture in pieces is that it takes some time and skill, as wrongly disassembled furniture might be difficult or downright impossible to reassemble in your new home. Also – you must be extra careful when shipping all the really small pieces (screws etc.). It’s safer to transport them together, for example in a Ziploc bag.

Some types of furniture (for example antiques) cannot be disassembled and ought to be transported in one piece. What’s the best way to ship them securely? The possibility that you will find a cardboard big enough to fit an armchair is rather small, however you can still secure it for the time of transportation. When preparing furniture for the time of shipment bubble wrap will be essential. Wrap all the fragile elements as well as all the corners with bubble foil to save your load from breaking in case some other load crashes into it during shipment. If you have no bubble foil, you may also use cardboard to secure the corners.

When you’re transporting furniture with some especially fragile elements (like made of glass) you must take extra care while transporting it. If it’s possible, it’s best to ship them separately, wrapped in protective layers of cloth or bubble foil (every glass element should be transported that way). If it can’t be dismantled, wrap it in additional layers of bubble foil. Don’t forget to tell the transport provider that he’s shipping delicate load.

Like we’ve mentioned before, usually you will need help with transporting furniture. When looking for a hauler it’s good to find out whether he offers assistance with loading and unloading. Don’t forget to mention from which floor they should be taken and to which floor they should be moved – as well as if there is an elevator available.  

If your furniture is valuable (even if it’s just sentimental) you should choose a transport provider that can provide a carrier liability insurance. Hiring him will probably be more expensive, but should something happen to your cargo during shipment, you will be entitled to reimbursement.

Price of furniture transportation

Because furniture is a very diverse category, a price of furniture transportation may vary considerably. When estimating the cost of shipment you have to consider the route length, type of job (domestic or international), how big and how heavy the cargo is, whether the load is delicate and so on. A good way to cut the cost of furniture shipment is to choose a hauler who is travelling on your route anyway – thanks to partial loads you will pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

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