5 Tips for Avoiding Property Damage When Moving Out in Houston

Moving to a new homeBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

The big day has at long last arrived, and you are prepared to move. The professional movers in Houston have got there, the dog is barking, and the kids are underfoot. It looks like chaos yet during all of it, you realize that the sofa coming up the stairs has bumped on the wall breaking a large hole plus the kitchen floors are a shipwreck. The final thing you should be concerned with is if you're going to get the security deposit back if you are renting or if you will need to find a team to repair the walls or remedy the floors before moving on. To help avoid predicaments like these, listed below are 5 suggestions for averting property damage when moving out.
 

Prepare High Traffic Spots

Whilst you give some thought to your move, consider the parts of your residence that will become high traffic zones. In case the main hallway is carpeted, give some thought to placing down old mats or carpets to help shield the rugs and prevent the price of deep cleaning the carpeting and rugs once you get prepared to depart. In case the halls happen to be wood flooring, you might want to consider taping down cardboard to help safeguard the floors. If moving day brings with it a lot of rainfall or lousy weather, to prevent tracking in mud, a plastic sheet is most likely the more sensible choice.

Assess Your Doorways

If you have larger items, be sure to measure your entrances to figure out if the larger belongings are going to adequately fit. This may seem like a no brainer but if you have done remodeling to your house that could affect the measurements of your doorways or halls or for those who assembled some of your larger pieces of furniture when they entered the house, you could have trouble removing them. If this is the way it is, be sure to get a picture of the item prior to disassembling them so you're able to easily reassemble the sections once they get to their destination.

Secure Your Valuable Furnishings

When you have stuff like coffee tables or dressers which could possess sharp corners and edges, protect them with packing supplies or cardboard. This not only safeguards your pieces of furniture from destruction but your wall surfaces from inadvertently becoming dented as well. Cover glass and mirrors in bathroom towels or old bed linens to make sure that they do not cause damage as they're moved out of the residence. Many professional movers in Houston will have these materials on hand.

Tools to Help with the Move

A few things require more than a single person to lift or even a group to help direct the item's exit from the home. Professional moving companies in Houston have many things available to help make the move simpler.

· Moving Dolly. These dollies are ideal for moving substantial stuff like beds, dresser and sofas. Movers have the ability to wheel the item right out of the home devoid of the stress of damaging hardwood floors and typically with less effort. Dollies are generally used when the home is one level or if the moving company can access an elevator.

· Hand cart. Hand carts are upright in appearance. They're well suited for stacking and moving containers. These types of carts help make sure that belongings will not be dropped throughout the move.

· Floor sliders. Floor sliders guide big items like kitchen appliances and pieces of furniture across hard surfaces whilst protecting the flooring. They are at times called furniture glides or furniture slides.

Prepare Wall Corners

Corner protectors can be fastened to high traffic zones to ensure that the wall surfaces remain unharmed throughout the move. Corner covers are available in cardboard, foam, vinyl as well as heavy-duty rubber. You'll want to add them to bedroom wall edges and the wall edges of the home's entryway.

Several of these tools may be provided by your moving company in Houston, therefore be certain to inquire your professional mover if they are going to be supplying these products or if you should add them to your packing supply list of items to have accessible on moving day.

 

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