How to Pack Like Cleveland Full Service Movers
The professional packers at All My Sons Moving & Storage in Cleveland want your move to go smoothly, even if you are packing on your own! We have created this guide for you to teach you how to pack like Cleveland full service movers.
One of the best ways to keep organized during the packing process is to set up a packing station. This area can be a table that holds all of your packing products on it. It will help keep all of your packing products in one place and you won’t feel scattered when looking for everything. Even though this is a table, this should not serve as a storage space for your packed boxes. You should remove the packed boxes from the area as soon as the packing is done.
Something that separates the average mover from the Cleveland full service movers is the packing products. Quality packing products will ensure the safety of your belongings. The professional packers also come ready to pack your belongings with boxes in a variety of sizes. It’s important to have boxes in a variety of sizes because the best way to pack is by putting the heaviest stuff in the smaller boxes and the lightest stuff in the bigger boxes. Doing this helps keep both you and your belongings safe.
Now that you are more than prepared to start packing, you should pack room by room. This is exactly how our Cleveland full service movers would pack your belongings. It makes unpacking so much easier if everything is sorted room by room. Keep in mind to not overstuff your boxes because if they begin to bulge, they can easily topple over and cause lots of problems for you.
When you are packing, you should try to maximize space as much as you can. Every nook and cranny should be filled in each box. The boxes should not be bulging or weigh over 50 pounds, but you should fill any open space with packing paper to make sure that your belongings aren’t getting moved around during transit.
While you are in the process of packing everything up you should label. It’s important to be more specific than just “bedroom,” “kitchen,” etc. Once you actually get into your new home, it’s going to take you several days to unpack. In the meantime, you might need a few things here or there from the boxes. If you have the boxes labeled with a small list of its contents, you will be able to know exactly what is inside. This will save you a ton of time, because you won’t have to be rummaging through all of the boxes just to find that one thing you were looking for. The professional packers also keep an inventory list and you should do the same. You can keep this on a small notepad on the side.