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Find Local Apartment Movers In The Bronx Using This Furniture Moving Guide

by PRC Agency PR

Do you remember the smooth, beautiful finish that your wooden furniture had, back when you first bought it?

If you're like me, a lot of that shine has worn off already, to be replaced with nicks, scratches, and dents - but it shouldn't have to be like that.

A few years ago I started replacing my wooden furniture - and protecting it properly - and now I want to keep it looking beautiful forever. Unfortunately, that's easier said than done when it's time to move to a new apartment, but there's still hope.

This free guide from Movers.com explores how to properly manage your wooden furniture during a move and provides free estimates on hiring a professional moving company. So you can easily decide how much it's worth, and what your best options are.

If you've read my blogs before then you know how this works. You can keep reading, and I'll tell you all about it, or you can click here to go straight to the full, free guide.

Now obviously, moving is not something most people do often, but it is still one of the most common causes of damage to wooden furniture.

The new guide from Movers.com explains in detail how to prepare your furniture before a move, which materials to use, and maybe more importantly, which materials to avoid. It also includes a short section on the benefits and drawbacks of hiring professionals and provides a simple method to estimate the price.

If you're asking yourself why this is important, let me explain.

When you've seen enough people move, you start to realize that they'll use just about anything for padding. From baby blankets to bubble wrap, most of the things I've seen people use are convenient, but not ideal for wrapping wooden objects.

The fact is, you should always be using moving blankets, foam padding, and furniture pads whenever possible, and definitely avoiding bubble wraps or plastics.

Why? While bubble wrap may help to protect wooden furniture from bumps and scrapes, it can cause permanent damage to the surface of porous wooden objects, especially if they're tight and layered. However, if you use bubble wrap or plastic outside of another layer, such as overtop of a moving blanket, then that's quite alright. Just don't use them directly on wooden surfaces.

What about extra breakable wooden items though? They're a whole different story, and the guide lists some strategies for packing them efficiently but safely in a moving truck.

If you plan on hiring a professional, and it's usually a good idea, then the guide also explores how to do due diligence on a moving company, such as through background checks, to ensure that they are suited to the job.

That's great and all - but how much is it going to cost?

That's always the big question, and Movers.com has a big answer.

Well, hopefully, it's a small answer, or rather, 7 of them... let me explain.

They have a free tool on their website that lets you fill out one simple form with some basic details about your move, like how much stuff you're moving, from where to where - and then they send those details to 7 of the top-rated moving companies in your area.

Then they collect a price estimate from each of the movers and send them to you with absolutely no cost or obligation.

Alternatively, if you don't want to do it the easy way, you can also browse a list of local expert movers, their services, and reviews on the Movers.com website.

Just whatever you do, make sure you protect your furniture - and don't forget about your 7 free estimates from local professionals.

Movers.com 1596 U.S. 130, North Brunswick Township, New Jersey 08902, United States Website https://www.movers.com/ Phone +1-866-343-1243

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