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PACKING MISCELLANEOUS

  • Small appliances – Place small appliances in their original boxes and then in a larger dish pack box. This may seem redundant, but appliance boxes are not made to withstand a move. You can pack as many appliance boxes as you can fit in the larger box, but be sure it doesn’t get too heavy to carry.
  • Refrigerator – Remove refrigerator shelves and pack them separately. If you leave them in the fridge, they may become damaged or fall out during the move.
  • Liquids – Do not pack these. If you must take liquids with you, take them separately. Otherwise, they may leak and damage your other items, even if they are packed in a separate box.
  • Plasma TVs – Pack your plasma television in its original box because it will contain gases that will leak during a move. If you have an LCD or another type of television, we can pack it for you at the time of the move.
  • Miscellaneous valuables – Take anything of value, such as money, documents, jewelry, etc., with you during the move to ensure they do not get lost. Although it is unlikely that something will get lost, you’ll want to follow these moving packing tips just in case – and for your own peace of mind.

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