Five Strategies for Protecting Your Furniture against Damage When Moving

Nov 27, 2019 | Home & Living | 13 comments

If you have spent your money on quality furniture such as the piano, then it is likely you’ll want the item handled appropriately during a move. When moving a home or business, it is always important to ensure your items are well-protected to avoid incurring losses due to damage. Luckily, there are some strategies you can use to ensure your furniture reaches its intended destination in perfect condition.

Consider Moving Equipment

When moving furniture such as your piano or sofa, you may want to consider purchasing or hiring moving equipment. Even with a team to assist you, you shouldn’t underestimate the importance of having moving equipment. In addition to ensuring the safety of your items, moving equipment can help in preventing injuries during a move.

Prepare for Packing

Before you begin moving your furniture, you need first to ensure it is free of any debris including dust. During the moving process, the dust can scratch the surfaces of your furniture, especially if there are individual pieces stacked together. Cleaning the items before you can start moving them also makes great sense because you wouldn’t want to move the dirt into your new place.

Dismantle Your Furniture in Advance

If possible, you can dismantle the furniture completely before you begin transporting it. Take out the legs from couches and tables. In addition to making it easier to carry your furniture, dismantling will allow for the parts to fit perfectly into the moving truck. You can consult the manufacturer’s manual if you are uncertain about how you can go about dismantling your furniture. As you dismantle, make sure you use the Ziploc bags to keep your screws or other hardware materials associated with your furniture.

Wrap Your Furniture

Do not just throw your furniture into the moving truck without wrapping it. If you are moving the items on your own, you will need to make preparations. One of the most important things you’ll need to do is to wrap your furniture in plastic material. Doing this is an excellent way to ensure the furniture parts are put together securely. Apart from using the plastic wrap, you may consider using a moving blanket to wrap your furniture. Blankets are usually thick enough and will go a long way in protecting both the furniture and the walls of your new home. You may also decide to substitute the blanket with large sheets, towels, and flattened cardboard.

Hire Professionals

Moving is not as easy as you may want to imagine. To avoid making mistakes during a move, you need to consider hiring professional movers. With the right movers by your side, you’ll always have peace of mind knowing your furniture is in the right hands.

If you want to know the benefits of hiring professional services, you can learn more here.

Moving furniture can be a stressful experience. However, the above pointers will go a long way in ensuring you have a stress-free move. Remember, if you are having a difficult time moving your items, you can always contact professional movers near you.

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13 Comments

  1. Antoniette Sanchez David

    Yes nakakastress nga po talaga ang mag remove ng mga furniture lali na kasi iniisip mo baka mag kadamage pag ganto ginawa mi ganyan pero may mga strategies naman po pala sya para hindi ka mahirapan

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  2. ARLENE BEJOSANO OBIEN

    Thank you SA tips Kung paano ang tamang pag handle at paglilipat Ng gamit tlagang ma trabaho po Ito Kasi naranasan na po namen maglipat Ng bahay and dapat po tlaga Kung nahihirapan mag contact po tlaga Ng professional movers para iwas stress free na din po.

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  3. Nalen Valentos

    I agree with the idea of dismantle at wrapping of furniture time consuming pero tipid compare sa pag hire ng professionals maybe sa mga walang alam sa pag dismantle at mga nagmamadali ang pag hire 😊

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    • Roxanne Aricaya

      Stressful talaga pag move ng furnitures eh, lalo na kung maglilipat bahay kasi kelangan talaga doble ingat baka masira o magasgasan lalo na kung mamahalin pa..
      Good thing may mga tips naman pala kung pano.

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  4. Jeng Manalo

    Ang gandang ideas, ganyan pala dapat pag naglilipat, true super stressful ang lipat ng gamit lalo na pag super bigat , may times na masusugatan at masasaktan kakabuhat good thing mga mga professionals na pwede tumulong sa atin lalo na pag mamahalin ang gamit kaylangan ingatan talaga

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    • Dhel Manog

      Those strategies are very helpful lalo na sa mga magbabalak lumipat.Napakaimportante din talaga na maingatan ang mga gamit,maibalot iti ng tama para nga iwas gasgas.

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  5. Joyangelique Balleta

    Nakailang beses na kong lumipat ng bahay kaya danas ko ang hirap sa pagbubuhat ng mga gamit. Nakakapagod talaga. Ganyana pala dapat ang gawin pag maglilipat ng bahay, gagawin ko nga ito momsh kasi malapit na kami lumipat ulit.

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  6. Lyka Mitra

    Mukhang magagamit po namin ang mga tips mo po mommy kapag naglipat na naman po kame nito.. 🖒❤

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  7. Lyka Mitra

    Mukha pong magagamit namin ang mga tips mo po sa paglilipat na naman ng bahay.. 🖒

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  8. Phoebe Cates

    Isang beses pa lang kami naglipat, mahirap talaga lalo na kung marami kang gamit sa bahay… Okay din iyong idea na e.didismantle muna, kasi kami nung naglipat lagay lang ng lagay sa truck. 😁 thanks for the tips mommy.

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  9. Marie Fe Castillo

    Ang nice ng mga strategies and ideas mo momsh. I will also apply all the things you mentioned here to really take good care of the things properly.

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  10. Jasmin Palaganas

    To too momsh struggle talaga to pag naglilioat momsh lalo na sa mga nangunguoahan tulad naming thanks sa tips momsh

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    • leizel

      matrabaho po talaga ang maglipat ng mga furniture parang naglilinis kalang din pero pag maayus na sa paningin mo matutuwa ka kasi hindi na magulo tignan.

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