Large House Pack Removal Boxes How to Make Moving House Easy
£229.58 Ex. VAT
Packing boxes for house moving to make moving easy.
how to pack boxes for moving
How to Make Moving House Easier.
Packing boxes To make your move even smoother see our Moving Advice and Packing Advice on the home page.
5 x Tall double wall strength for larger items.
20 x Large double wall strength for medium to large items.
30 x Medium double wall strength delicate and fragile items.
2 x Bubble Wrap to keep precious items safe.
1 x Ream Paper for soft protection with glass and ceramics.
2 x Marker Pen to ensure that you know what is in your removal boxes.
5 x Packing Tape to ensure boxes are securely sealed.
1 x Tape Gun that makes box sealing easier.
3 x Robe Cartons to keep your hanging clothes crease free.
These boxes are ideal for packing your own treasured goods in prior to your house move.
You will have the correct size and quality boxes and bubble wrap to protect your fragile goods with. The boxes can then be sealed with the tape provided.
You can then use the marker pen to indicate on each box which room it needs to go to when you reach your final destination.
All your hanging clothes can be safely stored in the Portable Robe Cartons, so ensuring that they stay clean and crease free.
This process should put a smile on your removal companys staff and help you towards a smooth move.
Correct boxes and packing helps make house moving easy and will give you the satisfaction of a job well done.
The following is a snippet of advice on boxes and packing from the website home page.
Your chosen removals company should be able to offer you various levels of packing options. They can offer everything from a full and complete packing service where you will not need to lift a finger, through to a ‘ fragile only ‘ pack. It is worth noting at this point that in line with Industry Approved Practice there is no insurance cover for the contents of boxes that are not packed by the removal company
If you opt to do your own packing then it is recommended that you start well in advance of your proposed move day to avoid last minute panic.
Get your movers advice on box size and quality. Do not use thin or poor quality boxes as you want maximum protection for your treasured goods. If you are putting anything into bags then try to use either fabric/ strong bags with handles. If you do use ‘ black bin bags ‘ then please please use good quality strong ones and tie the tops to avoid contents spilling out. Also only pack soft stuff in bags, bedding, pillows etc.
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