A moving process can be a stressful situation, even more, when the packing process is on your own. When it comes to packing fragile items, that’s the most nerve-wracking and time-consuming part of it all. Being concerned about if your valuable, fragile belongings will make it through the moving process usually takes away the excitement and peace of mind during a moving.
When packing, having the best packing practices will determine if your fragile items will be protected during the process. So, let’s dive into some of the most important tips and essential ways to pack your fragile items before your moving day arrives.
Packing materials play such an important role. Getting all the materials needed to pack all your fragile items is the very first step to ensure their protection. Thicker and sturdier boxes are the best ones to pack and protect your belongings. It is also recommended to get smaller boxes to avoid items from shifting around during the moving process.
Make sure you also get packing tape, packing paper, and soft packing materials as they’re much needed for packing fragile items.
Before starting to pack, make sure you secure the bottom of the box with extra packing tape strips to support all the weight of its contents. Also, place soft packing materials such as packing paper or bubble foam at the bottom of it.
Make sure that bigger and heaviest items go at the bottom and the smallest items at the top when you’re packing. This will ensure smaller fragile items don’t get smashed during the whole process.
As we will pack fragile items, plates, glasses, and decorative items are not an exception. It is important to make sure that every item is properly wrapped. The hollow spaces are also filled with packing paper to soften vibrations during the process.
If you consider some items are way more delicate than others, pack them in separate smaller boxes instead of stacking them with other items.
Nobody can go wrong with a fragile labeled box. Make sure all the boxes are clearly labeled and placed separately from the other packed items. This way, during the moving process, they’re handled carefully and are placed in a different part of the moving unit.
There is nothing better than having the peace of mind you deserve during a moving process. Legacy Transit Lines is a professional Fayetteville moving company that understands these essential tips for packing fragile items make everything sound more stressful.
We can provide you with the best overall moving experience by taking care of your moving process from start to finish protecting your valuable belongings with our superior movers specialty services.
Dear Valued Customers,
Legacy Transit Lines continues to operate normally as we adapt to the changes we are experiencing daily. We will keep our customers informed if we, as a business, make any changes to our routine.
As our team at Legacy Transit Lines monitor the updates, we are choosing to work with and follow guidance from the authorities.
We want to do our part in minimizing the impact and spread of the Covid-19 virus to other businesses and communities we serve. This is our approach.
For our smaller moves, we are taking pertinent information over the phone. We ask our customers to be as prepared as they can be when calling for an estimate. We always strive to be thorough in providing estimates for our customers, this will not change however it may present challenges. We thank you in advance for your patience.
Team Member check in:
Each of our team members are following our instruction of notifying us if they or a family member is experiencing symptoms of the Covid-19 virus. They will only be allowed to return to work after being cleared by medical professionals.
Approximately two days before your scheduled move, someone from our office will contact you via telephone to perform a wellness check.
Trucks and equipment:
All high touch surfaces are cleaned before and after each job, this incudes door handles and steering wheels.
Upon arrival at our customer’s homes or offices, our team is practicing the 6 foot social distancing between team members and customer, when possible. There may be occasions when this is not possible due to the nature of your belongings and home.
We have always practiced professionalism and respect by using an introductory handshake. However, during the Covid-19 period, for safety purposes, we will not use handshakes.
We will ask customers to allow for increased air circulation by opening windows and doorways, when possible.
As always, our customer’s health and safety is our primary concern. We will continue to practice WHO (World Health Organization), local, and federal guidelines to avoid exposure and spread of the Covid-19 virus.
We want to thank you again for your patience while we navigate these new challenges. If you would like additional information, please contact us at: 479-871-1868 or email@example.com. Our office hours are 8am CT to 5pm CT, Monday through Saturday, and 9am CT to 1pm CT, Sunday.
Mario & Tammy Cunningham
The Legacy Transit Lines Team