Packing Materials Packing Tips :- Packing Materials Use only strong, corrugated cartons with covers. We can supply you with specially made cartons, for everything from mattresses to clothing and mirrors to avoid damage that may occur from the use of poor-quality packing materials. Your alternative is to collect boxes discarded. Save old newspapers for use in packing keeping in mind that ink may leave stain on your clothing or other items.
Packaging Material :- Thermocol, Bubble, & plastic Sheet, Cartoon Box, corrugated sheet, Stich Film, Tapes, Plastic Rope etc..
Packers And Movers 1 Week before moving Tips includes · Make sure to mark which items you will like take with yourself, so the movers won’t take those with them or have any questions.
• Make sure you haven’t overlooked anything in the house.
• Mark your boxes to be shipped with “Fragile”, “Do Not Load”, “Load Last” stickers.
• Empty, defrost and clean your refrigerator, freezer and clean your stove, all at least 24 hours before moving to let them air out.
• Prepare items you will need while your goods are in transit. Pack your suitcases and confirm travel arrangements for you and
your family. Try to keep plans as flexible as possible in the event of unexpected delay or schedule change.
• Make sure your agent knows the address and phone number your new home. You should also provide an address and phone
number of where you can be reached until you will get to your new home.
• Arrange for payment to your van line agent. Contact your van line agent to inquire about methods of payment accepted.
• Inquire with your moving company or van line agents about protecting your goods.
Day before moving day · Pack a box of things you need immediately as you arrive at your new place like disposable plates and cups, snacks, bathroom items and trash bags etc.
• Take this box with you or have the driver load it last and unload first. This is usually the day packing is done. Make sure allpacking services have been performed before you sign for them.Moving out day
• Be on hand when the driver arrives and throughout the loading process or you can leave someone else to direct the movers
with proper intimation to the driver i.e. the name and phone number of that person. Accompany the driver during inventory.
Check the goods while they are loaded.
• Make a final tour of your home. See that nothing is overlooked.
• Sign the bill of lading and make sure your new address and phone number are correct.
• Lock all windows and doors, and turn off all switches.
Moving in day
• Arrive at your home a day ahead of time, if possible, to make sure utilities are connected and to plan placement of major items
in your home.
• Be on hand to pay the driver with cash, traveler’s check, certified check or money order prior to your goods being unloaded.