How To Prepare For Sydney Furniture Removals

If you are going to transfer to a new home, packing and moving your furniture and personal belongings should be the least of your concerns especially when there are available services for Sydney furniture removals. Although you can do the packing yourself and even some of the lifting, some furniture can be heavy. There are also types of furniture that requires expertise to dismantle and reassemble perfectly. For faster transfer, you can do the following preparation.

Prepare the dismantling materials

There are certain materials needed for dismantling furniture. The team of furniture removalists are paid per hour. If they would dismantle furniture that can be done by yourself or your household, you would have to pay more for the services than you should. Have all the materials that you would possibly need ready for faster dismantling process. Get screw drivers, packing tape or masking tape, cardboard boxes, old newspapers, trash bags and other supplies that you might need.

Start the dismantling process

To start with, check the furniture’s removable parts. Try to loosen it up, if you can’t, ask for assistance or you can have the Sydney furniture removals do the task for you. Take the parts that can be removed such as covers, drawers and furniture legs. Remove all the contents of the drawers and throw away items that you no longer need or value. For items that you still use, place them in a plastic box or small box including the screws and tiny furniture parts. Separate the screws for each furniture. Tape the plastic bag with the screws to the furniture to avoid having them mixed up with other furniture screw.

Pack the main parts

Place the removable or main parts of the furniture in a box. Another option is to wrap the parts and pieces in old newspaper then put them in the box. Use furniture pads or packing peanuts for fragile or breakable items. Label the boxes and indicate its contents before you call the team for Sydney furniture removals. Make sure that the boxes are properly sealed with a masking or packing tape.

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