People often get anxious when they’re preparing to move to a new home. The anxiety increases when it’s a long distance away. Through working in the moving industry for years, we understand how everyone feels during this time. This is why we do our best to make everything easier. It is also why we are the number one company offering European removals Stockton has. You can depend on us no matter where it is you’re moving to.
During the moving process, there’s always that one item that people fear to move. For many, this would be the wardrobe. Awkward, heavy, and tall, they can be a nuisance to deal with. Fortunately, we have some tips to share that will make this easier.
Make sure it fits
There’s one colossal mistake you can make when attending to your wardrobe. You can move it successfully only to realise that it doesn’t fit in your new home. Prior to touching it, check to see if it will actually go where you want it to. The ideal way of doing this is to measure it. Afterwards, take your measurements over to the new house and check the space. If it won’t fit, you don’t need to worry about moving it.
Get other things out of the way
Let’s assume that you’ve done your measurements and it turns out your wardrobe will fit. The next thing you should do is start packing. By getting as many jobs out of the way as possible, you’ll have a far less stressful time moving the wardrobe. Once you’ve packed up as much as you can, it is time to move on to the furniture. Depending on the circumstances, you can move it as it is or choose to dismantle it. We would recommend the latter if it’s possible for the wardrobe.
At N&N Removals, we can offer you advice on moving individual articles if you’re struggling with something. It could be your wardrobe or another equally problematic possession. If you don’t have confidence disassembling an item, we can help.
Our services are broad and include both short and long distances. We even have experience with European removals Stockton residents can rely on. If you need anything from us at all, please get in touch.