Commonly Damaged Items
Most Common Damaged Items During Moving
Protecting your items during the moving process is important. Knowing how to pack boxes to protect items, will save time and money during the moving process. No one wants damages to happen, but it isn’t easy to protect everything during the moving process without good organization and experts. Take a look at the most commonly damaged items and ways to protect and prevent further damage while moving.
Glasses are an easily damaged item if the packing is done incorrectly and without care. Using bubble wrap and packing paper will help to assist with smooth packing and less breakage during the move. Taking time to pack and protect will prevent damage from occurring during the move. Writing the contents of the box on the outside, to know the items are fragile and need to be handled with care.
Plates or Dishes
Plate or dish packing is very similar to packing drinking glasses, knowing the type of items and what the best packing material will be to keep these items safe during transit. Again, using packing paper and bubble wrap while packing boxes to provide extra security to those fragile items, keeps them safe and ready for transport.
Artwork is hard to know the best way to pack and get ready for a move, if you are moving a far distance and want to make sure the items are safe to use a trusted moving company like us, we are able to provide the materials to ensure safe travels. We are able to offer custom made artwork frames and wrapping to protect items along with standard picture boxes.
Lampshades are awkward items that need to be moved, but what is the best way to pack these? We are able to offer lamp boxes, made especially for lamps. These provide the protection throughout transit without the lampshades obtaining any damage. You can see all the different packings supplies that are available here.
Liquid Cleaning Supplies/Liquids
Liquids are hard to move because well, they can leak. Storing in containers that are leakproof will help during transit and making sure there is little to no movement in these specific boxes. Preventing damages is key to safely secured items for the move
Wine and Liquor bottles are going to be similar to packing fragile dishes. Taking the extra care and protection with bubble wrap and packing paper can be the difference between safely traveled wine and a liquidy mess during transit. Wrapping and packing safely in boxes without extra space will keep the items from moving inside the boxes.
Mirrors/Glass Picture Frames
Using picture boxes that are protected with wood or extra cardboard inserts for supports is the best way to transport mirrors and picture frames. These boxes are able to provide the added layers of protection to keep the items in place during transit and without spending a large additional amount to transport safely.
Protecting the expensive stereo and audio equipment during a move can be difficult depending on the size of the equipment. If original boxes are available, use those first. Otherwise, keep additional paper and packing supplies to wrap and protect this equipment to prevent damages.
Books are usually the last items anyone thinks needs protection during a move. They are easy to bend and tear pages depending on items are packed. Using the right size boxes to provide secure tight space to protect these items.
Proper packing of all items is important and these specific items are usually the most damaged during a move. Preventing with proper packing and materials is the best way to ensure that the least amount of damage possible during the moving process from start to finish. Knowing what items are damaged the most will help to prepare you better for the upcoming move.