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Tips for preparing for transportation

If you are moving to your new home or changing the decor it is likely you’ll need furniture transportation. Regardless of whether it’s your old furniture on removal or brand new furniture, furniture shipping is usually a challenge. Of course it depends on what kind of furniture needs transportation – chairs and night tables might be transported inside regular car, however a wardrobe or a kitchen table will likely become an issue. When you have a van at your disposal, you may attempt to ship the cargo yourself, however in most cases you will require help from a transport provider. If you are searching for a reliable service that will also be affordable, try using a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Preparing furniture for shipment

When you need to transport your furniture, there are a couple of steps you might like to follow, when it comes to securing them for shipment. First of all, don’t forget to remove all the contents from the furniture – even if things inside are few. Some jolts and shocks are inevitable on the road and every extra item moving freely inside your furniture may damage it. Also empty furniture will be easier to ship.

Disassemble every part that you can – if your furniture can be safely disassembled and shipped in parts, it will be the safest way to transport it. A bed in pieces is also more simple to place in a van. The main disadvantage of shipping furniture in pieces is that the disassembling can be time-consuming, as unskilfully dismantled furniture can be difficult or even impossible to reassemble after transportation. Other than that – it’s good to be extra careful when shipping all the really small pieces (like pins or screws). It’s safer to transport them together, e.g. in a Ziploc bag.

Some types of furniture (for example antiques) cannot be disassembled and must be shipped in one piece. How to ship them safely? The possibility that you will find a box big enough to fit an armchair is rather small, but there are other ways to secure your cargo for the time of transportation. While preparing furniture for the time of transportation bubble wrap will be of significant value. Enclose all the delicate places and all the corners in bubble wrap to save your cargo from damaging if some other load crashes into it during transportation. If you cannot acquire bubble wrap, you may also use cardboard to secure the corners.

If your furniture has some particularly fragile parts (like containing glass or delicate fabrics) you must be especially careful during shipment. If it’s possible, you should transport them independently, enclosed in thick layer of cloth and bubble foil (all glass shelves should be shipped that way). If it’s a part of furniture that can’t be dismantled, wrap it in extra layers of bubble wrap. Don’t forget to tell the transport provider that he will be transporting delicate cargo.

Like we’ve mentioned before, most of the time you will require help with transporting furniture. While looking for a hauler it’s good to find out if he offers help with loading and unloading. Don’t forget to mention 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 of great value (also – of sentimental value) you should consider finding a hauler that can provide a carrier liability insurance. Hiring him will likely be more expensive, however in case anything happens to your cargo on the road, you will have right to reimbursement.

Price of furniture transportation

Because furniture is a very diverse category, a cost of furniture shipment can be rather hard to predict. When estimating the cost of transportation you should consider the route length, whether it’s a domestic or an international job, how big and how heavy the cargo is, whether the cargo is fragile and so on. A valid way to cut the cost of furniture transportation is to find a transport provider who will take your furniture as a partial load – this way you can pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

If you are moving to your new home or changing the decor it is likely you’ll need furniture transportation. Regardless of whether it’s your old furniture on removal or brand new furniture, furniture shipping is usually a challenge. Of course it depends on what kind of furniture needs transportation – chairs and night tables might be transported inside regular car, however a wardrobe or a kitchen table will likely become an issue. When you have a van at your disposal, you may attempt to ship the cargo yourself, however in most cases you will require help from a transport provider. If you are searching for a reliable service that will also be affordable, try using a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Preparing furniture for shipment

When you need to transport your furniture, there are a couple of steps you might like to follow, when it comes to securing them for shipment. First of all, don’t forget to remove all the contents from the furniture – even if things inside are few. Some jolts and shocks are inevitable on the road and every extra item moving freely inside your furniture may damage it. Also empty furniture will be easier to ship.

Disassemble every part that you can – if your furniture can be safely disassembled and shipped in parts, it will be the safest way to transport it. A bed in pieces is also more simple to place in a van. The main disadvantage of shipping furniture in pieces is that the disassembling can be time-consuming, as unskilfully dismantled furniture can be difficult or even impossible to reassemble after transportation. Other than that – it’s good to be extra careful when shipping all the really small pieces (like pins or screws). It’s safer to transport them together, e.g. in a Ziploc bag.

Some types of furniture (for example antiques) cannot be disassembled and must be shipped in one piece. How to ship them safely? The possibility that you will find a box big enough to fit an armchair is rather small, but there are other ways to secure your cargo for the time of transportation. While preparing furniture for the time of transportation bubble wrap will be of significant value. Enclose all the delicate places and all the corners in bubble wrap to save your cargo from damaging if some other load crashes into it during transportation. If you cannot acquire bubble wrap, you may also use cardboard to secure the corners.

If your furniture has some particularly fragile parts (like containing glass or delicate fabrics) you must be especially careful during shipment. If it’s possible, you should transport them independently, enclosed in thick layer of cloth and bubble foil (all glass shelves should be shipped that way). If it’s a part of furniture that can’t be dismantled, wrap it in extra layers of bubble wrap. Don’t forget to tell the transport provider that he will be transporting delicate cargo.

Like we’ve mentioned before, most of the time you will require help with transporting furniture. While looking for a hauler it’s good to find out if he offers help with loading and unloading. Don’t forget to mention 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 of great value (also – of sentimental value) you should consider finding a hauler that can provide a carrier liability insurance. Hiring him will likely be more expensive, however in case anything happens to your cargo on the road, you will have right to reimbursement.

Price of furniture transportation

Because furniture is a very diverse category, a cost of furniture shipment can be rather hard to predict. When estimating the cost of transportation you should consider the route length, whether it’s a domestic or an international job, how big and how heavy the cargo is, whether the cargo is fragile and so on. A valid way to cut the cost of furniture transportation is to find a transport provider who will take your furniture as a partial load – this way you can pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

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