Planning for packing a house might seem like a menial task but it's an important one. Having a broad construct for what's going where is very important.
After you're packing plan is completed the next step is to pack your belongings. If we're doing the unpacking also, you save time and money because we use reusable containers!
The most frustrating part of a move can be not knowing where something is. However we not only label but also group, so you can pinpoint your items in seconds
Whether using our reusable containers or cardboard boxes the same holds true, pack for the stack. The transportation process is where the mistakes can happen.
If we're packing and unpacking you essentially get the unpack for free because we pack everything in reusable containers. It's a huge time saver vs building boxes.
The most important part of packing is protecting. A poorly protected pack can not only crush boxes but also crush your stuff. That's why we properly protect everything that we pack.
One of Sir's favorite sayings regarding packing is ``pack for the stack`` meaning that we pack your belongings in such a way to anticipate the moving phase, in other words we pack tightly!
A lot of times when we're packing a house we come across things that might spill in transit (think a plastic container that holds a bunch of different lipsticks). That's when you shrink.
It's not just enough to label during a move, we also group as well. The combination of the two will ensure that you know the general vicinity of where any item is located.
Most moving companies stack their trucks at random but we stack by room, meaning that we pad and protect the room and stack the boxes with the furniture, it's much more organized.
Unpacking a properly packed move is simple. All you have to do is deliver the stacked section to the new corresponding room and account for any discrepancies, easy peasy.
This is just an initial contact form that introduces us to you are your move. We like to give bids in person but can ballpark prices over the phone if needed. We’re also now giving bids over Facetime!