Professional Packing Services
From the most robust and heavy machines to fragile porcelain and sensitive electronic goods, all the products can be now packed and transported in an extremely safe manner. Almost all the items can be easily relocated with the aid of movers and packers.
Whether you have your carrier do the packing or you do it yourself depends upon your circumstances. Some people simply do not have the time to devote to what can be an intimidating task. In such cases, Midway Moving and Storage provides the finest in safe and professional packing services.
Irrespective of the size, weight, perish ability or other factors, an optimum packing material is available.
Some of the categories and their commonly used packing material and methods are:
For furniture, quilted moving blankets are apt. Also, the furniture is wrapped in paper pads to prevent it from dust or light scratching. For prevention against heavy scratching, the furniture is wrapped in corrugated sheets. The exposed legs (of tables and chairs) are wrapped in bubble wrap or newspaper.
For computers, electronic and other fragile products, it is best to use anti-static bubble wrap and packing peanuts. First the item is carefully wrapped then taped. A portion of the box that contains these items is filled with packing peanuts. Then the items is placed in the boxex and toped off with the remaining portion of the packing peanuts.
Major Appliances Packing
The owner's manual must be checked for any special instructions before the packing starts. Make sure the inside and outside of all appliances are clean. The inside of some appliances, such as washing machines and dryers, can be stuffed with towels or linens and the parts that could come loose should be taped down. The appliance can be then wrapped with furniture pads and tied securely.
Lawn and Garage items Packing
Before packing, all gasoline and oil must be removed from items like lawn mowers, weed eaters, chain saws and other equipment and the batteries must be disconnected. After tightly securing the lid, the moving parts must be immobilized. Long garden tools can be strapped into a bundle while heavy power tools are put in a sturdy box and the empty space is filled with newspaper.