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One of the hardest parts of making an interstate move is the logistics of such a large task. The tedious process of packing and loading, and then hauling and Long Distance Moving Quotes in Jacksonville your belongings from state to state can put a lot of physical and emotional strain on a person. Leaving your home behind for a new one that is far away from your friends and family can also be hard.
You can expect a long distance move to cost more than a local move. So, consider all of the variables for your move that goes into a moving quote when comparing referrals. A company that has the lowest quote may not be the best deal for your move if, for instance, you need help packing your belongings, which isn"t included in that estimate. Some companies charge for additional services beyond the basics that will ultimately cost more than another company with a higher flat-rate. For this reason, we suggest asking for a binding moving estimate from the company of your choice.
Pack heavy valuables like fragile items, books, DVD’s and CD’s in small, easy to handle carton boxes, but be sure not to overload them and make handling difficult. Large carton boxes, meanwhile, are ideal for lightweight items like pillows, toys, linen, bedding and more. Use medium size boxes to pack small tools, appliances, clothing, and more.
When packing, make sure to put heavier valuables at the bottom of the carton boxes and lighter ones on top. Doing so ensures no breakable valuables will get crushed during your long distance move. Furniture parts, books, and printing papers are perfect examples of the heavy items that should be packed first in a Long Distance Moving Quotes in Jacksonville box.
Fill empty spots in your boxes with packing papers, towels, clothing, cushions, pillows, tissue, and blankets so your valuables won’t move around once inside the carton boxes. This should secure them for the long ride. Packing room by room helps you stay organized and keep the entire packing process under control. Try packing similar room valuables together, for instance, kitchen utensils, books, clothes, electronics and more, as this will make unpacking easier and save time.
Your fragile possessions such as sculptures, china, glassware, and figurines ought to be packed individually with plenty of bunched-up wrapping and labeled accordingly as “FRAGILE” to avoid damage. And, always pack & unpack fragile items over a padded surface to keep them safe in case you accidentally drop them.
Try to pack all electronic equipment, like TVs and stereos, in their original boxes. Otherwise, use bubble wrap to protect these items. When packing your own items, be sure to always close and tape a box. Open boxes are difficult to handle and items may fall out. Open boxes also take more space.
Pack important and sentimental documents separately to be easily accessible—children’s health records, passports, family records, insurance information, and photo albums. Always pack and unpack breakables over a padded surface.