Brooklyn Local Movers Offer Easy Packing Guide For Beds, Bunk Beds & Mattresses

by PRC Agency PR

Do you remember when you were young, and moving to a new home was at least as exciting as it was terrifying?

It was different back then because somebody else was in charge of moving all the big stuff - and I have to say, even if it was a bit scary as a kid, it was definitely less stressful.

Today, as an adult, trying to plan a move can be a real nightmare - especially if you're trying to save a few bucks by doing all or part of the job by yourself.

One thing I found that can make it all a lot easier though - is a little help from the experts.

I don't mean hiring a professional, though that's certainly an option - I meant the experts at They're not a moving company, but they are a group of experts who are working to create free guides and strategies you can follow to make the process easier.

Like their newest free guide, which explains how to pack and transport a bed, whether it's a single, bunk bed, king size, or even a waterbed. Click here to check out that guide, right now, absolutely free, if you're interested.

It's a pretty important one because mattresses can be significantly larger than most other furniture, so it's a good idea to know what you're doing before you get started.

Luckily, the free guide explains everything, like how to pack up each type of bed, and how to get them out of your apartment safely, without losing your damage deposit.

It's packed with helpful tips for all kinds of beds, so check out the section on the specific type you're working with. This is important because there could be specific tips you need to know to keep your bed in tip-top shape through the move.

For example, did you know that you should never, ever, wrap wooden furniture directly in bubble wrap? That includes the headboard or footboard of your bed because the bubble wrap can do terrible things to the finish of the wood. Instead, suggests wrapping it in something else first, like a furniture pad or blanket, and then using the bubble wrap to keep it tight.

The whole free guide is jam-packed with information about each step, including methods for packing your bedding more efficiently and stacking your boxes properly in the moving truck.

What if you've read the guide, and you still think that it's too much work?

Don't worry, they have a way to help you too.

If you'd rather hire an expert than DIY the whole job, believe me, I understand. You can use a free quote tool from to get estimates from the top movers in your area, the easy way. Just click right here, and look for a big green button that says, "Get Quotes."

When you click that button, it will take you to the quote request form, which is kind of like an all-purpose estimator, for any kind of move.

Here's how it works, you just fill in some details about your next move, like where you're moving from, to, and how much stuff you've got - and then pick the services you're interested in.

Do you want someone to pack up all your stuff, transport it, then unpack it in your new home? That's a full-service move, and while it's a bit more expensive, it's often worth it.

Or maybe all you need is someone to drive the truck, and help you carry the boxes? They can do that too.

You just pick the options you want, and will send the details to pre-screened and top-rated moving companies in your area. In just a short time, you'll get up to 7 price estimates for your move, absolutely free, and with no obligation.

Not bad for about 2 minutes filling in a simple form, right?

Just click right here to read the full, free guide to moving your bed - or click right here to get free estimates from the top-rated local experts.

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