Make moving easy? You might think that’s impossible. Moving is always a big job – especially if you have lots of possessions, antique furniture, or bulky awkward. What’s the best way to pack fragile items? Is there an ideal way to pack a household’s worth of possessions in a truck so damage is minimized.
Do you know who has a really hard time moving? Scientists. Moving all of the scientific equipment in a lab – not to mention computers and chemicals – can be really challenging, and take up a lot of time.
Sue Murphy, a funny comedian, talks about the challenges of moving. She describes how early in the process homeowners are carefully, gently, lovingly wrapping individual glasses and carefully placing them in boxes. By the end of the moving process, however, frustrated movers just grab whatever they can reach and throw it in the box: pillows, toothpaste, q tips, cats….
Working with a professional Boston pack and ship company can alleviate a lot of that stress and frustration for the homeowner. There’s an ideal way to pack everything for shipping. Antique furniture needs special care and protection, especially larger pieces such as hutches, cabinetry, and grandfather clocks. High tech gear, such as computers, medical and diagnostic equipment, and scientific instruments also needs special packing. While the average homeowner has to make do with second hand boxes and crumpled newspaper, the best Massachusetts pack and ship companies provide custom crating – specially designed and built cardboard and wooden boxes perfectly sized for your items. They also have access to superior packing materials.
One of the best ways to pack delicate items is foam in place technology. This is a special service provided by the best Massachusetts moving companies. It is used to safely and securely pack computers, stereo and electronic equipment and more. Your items will be protected from shock, drops, and damage.