Furniture open and settings
Before you begin to disassemble your furniture for moving, you have to know why you need to do it in the first place. Hopefully, once you understand the reasons behind the furniture open and fitting job, you will be able to come up with all the right decisions.
Big furniture pieces are not made to fit through small doors, narrow hallways, and up and down staircases. Those big furniture items must be moved as separate components and then assembled inside their corresponding rooms, just the way they were assembled in your current home.
Without a doubt, the best way to move big furniture to a new home is to disassemble it first. This way, you’ll eliminate the risk of damaging the floors, walls and door frames of the place you’re leaving. Also, disassembled furniture items are lighter and easier to carry around so you won’t run the risk of getting injured in the process.
When moving house or office to a new destination, it is often felt inconvenient to open furniture and household chores (which consists valuable foreign furniture) and make them ready for the moving team. Pack & shift does this job for you with experienced and skilled professionals. Some of the types of furniture are listed as (household furniture) Almeria, showcase, cot, wardrobe, etc. (office hold furniture) executive table, work-station, file-shelf, bookshelf, wall cabinet, and server
How to disassemble furniture for a move?
TAKE OUT the bedding items from the bed and pack them separately.
TAKE OUT the mattress and place it inside a specialized mattress bag for the best possible protection.
TAKE OUT any drawers from the mainframe, then pack their contents separately.
REMOVE the screw the headboard from the mainframe.
REMOVE the screw the sideboards from the bed frame.
TAKE APART the main bed frame to as many separate elements as you can. Consult the bed assembly directions in reverse order.
Wrapping in (fixtures) blankets all the large bed elements that you’ve taken apart, including the drawers, if any.
Wrapping in bubble wrap all extra-fragile items, for example - decorative elements.
PLACE all small hardware pieces (bolts, screws, nuts, washers, etc.) into Ziploc bags, then label those plastic bags appropriately.
How to pack and move a king-size bed