How You Can Benefit From Crating During Your Move

Crating during your move is important if you’re transporting fragile, high-value items. Crating means putting an item in wood, wood frames or a wooden crate. Solid plywood or wooden slats are generally used because they are more durable. Moving companies will crate special items to ensure their safe arrival at their destination.

Related: How to Best Prepare for a Move

What kinds of things should be crated? Here’s a list:

crating during your move

  • Art

  • Pianos

  • Pool tables

  • Grandfather clocks

  • Taxidermy

  • Large mirrors

  • Statues

These are just a few things we recommend crating during your move. Each piece in your home will be evaluated to determine the safest and most cost effective method of transportation to your new home. Crating may also be required by the insurance company prior to an expensive item being moved.

We take pride in our client’s satisfaction and our spotless reputation. We treat your belongings as our own and will strategize your move to make it quick, efficient and completed with the utmost care and attention to detail.

Related: The Perfect Packing Day Playlist

You can trust that with us, your possessions are safe and sound. Once we’ve transported your items to their new location, we will uncrate and place them in that new, perfect spot.

To learn more about crating or other services, call 602-242-1160.


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