Lovelette Transfer Co.
Furniture Moving Specialists
HHG Permit #373483

Moving Tips

Packing Boxes Have Specific Uses
Fragile - Dishes, china, everyday ware, stemware, vases, knick knacks etc. Use plenty of packing paper to cushion these items.
Large boxes - Blankets and other larger and lighter items.
Medium boxes - Pots and pans and other medium weight items.
Small boxes - Books, canned goods, record albums, CDs and other smaller denser items.

Prioritize your Valuables
Don’t pack money, jewelry, medication or important documents. These should be carried with you in your car instead of the moving truck.

Label Boxes
Labeling your boxes will make the unpacking process a whole lot easier. With a large marker, label box by room, contents, which side goes up, and mark if the contents are fragile.

Protect Your Memories
If it’s irreplaceable, take it with you in the car. But if you do decide to pack framed photos or art, place sheets or blankets between them for added protection.

Clothes on Hangers
You can leave your clothes on hangers as is. We will provide the wardrobe boxes on moving day.

Dresser Drawers
Please empty the contents of dresser drawers. This will help lighten the load for our movers.

Packing Plates and Records
Plates and record albums should be packed on end vertically, rather than placed flat and stacked.

Have a Happy Pet
Keep your pet calm and away from all the activity on moving day by arranging for a friend to watch them at their house. 

Light and Heavy Items
Pack heavy items in small boxes and lighter items in larger boxes.

Unscrew Bulbs
Remove bulbs before packing your lamps.

Completely Fill all Cartons
If there are open spaces, fill them with filler like crumpled paper to avoid shifting.

Keep your Plants Healthy
When moving plants to your new residence via your car, try not to let foliage rest against the windows, as the leaves will scorch.

clothes on hangers for moving

Enjoy the Help
Let us take care of the rest! Sit back and relax, and look forward to the new opportunities, friends, and experiences that are part of any move.

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