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Packing & Materials

We can pack, unpack, or just provide moving grade materials.

Packing Service

If you're worried about fragile items or just don't want to pack for your move we can provide a team of packers to help before your move date. Whether you need just a little help or a lot of help, or want us to pack absolutely everything, we can customize packing oiptions to meet your needs and budget.


The Kitchen and Dining room is where packing experience is the most important, and where you want to make sure you are using the correct materials and techniques.

  • Use dish packs for your breakables
  • Bubble wrap is expensive, consider newsprint
  • Dishes should be packed on their sides
  • Heavier items at the bottom of the box
  • Glasses at the top
  • Don't overpack and use newsprint at the top to fill spaces.


Using a variety of small, medium and large boxes, and wardrobe boxes, pack duvet's and pillows in larger boxes and sheets and cloting in smaller boxes.

  • Use wardrobe boxes for hanging clothes
  • Put boots and shoes in the bottom of wardrobe boxes
  • Use clothing to protect breakables
  • Light clothing can stay in drawers
  • Heavy clothing must be packed
  • Crumple newsprint at the top of boxes to fill in open space

Living room

All electronics must be packed. including TV's. Consider picture and mirror boxes for wall art etc. If it fits in a box, it muct be packed for moving. Remember to pack:

  • All electronics
  • All wall art
  • Pillows
  • Table Lamps
  • Books
  • Misc Items

Dinning room

As is the case with kitchen packing, good technique and packing experience are important when packing your fragile items. If you have a collection which has strong sentimental value, we reccommend having a moving company pack these items for you or move these items yourself.

  • Use plenty of newsprint or bubble wrap
  • Pad the bottom of the box before packing
  • Fill open spaces as these cause boxes to collapse when stacked
  • When p[ackign fragile items, dish packs are important
  • Don't over pack a box
  • Don't skim on materials

Garden, Garage and Outdoors

As is the case with any part of your home, packing efficiently saves move time and prevents damages. Although the following guidelines do not all apply to the packing process, they do apply to the preparation process before your movers arrive. Please note the following when it comes to outdoor items.

  • If it fits in a box it must be packed
  • We cannot transport live plants
  • We canot transport building materials
  • We cannot transport any liquids
  • No proprane tanks
  • Grills must be free of all debris

1. Preparing

The more prepared you are on move day, teh quicker your move will go, and the less risk there are to your items while being moved.

2. Loading

In some cases the movers will move items which are not correctly packed (unless it violates a law or safety issue), but they will not be covered against damages as a result of the items being moved, so please make sure all items are correctly prepared for moving as it relates to packing etc.

3. Moving

Every effort will be made to ensure your items are moved safely, however it should be noted that unless the customer has hired us to pack their items, no liability against damage is offered by any moving company for items not packed by the moving company.

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Moving tips

  • Defrost your refrigerator in time for moving day.
  • It's useful to keep a notebook at hand to write down reminders.
  • Get in touch with utility companies to verify service start dates at your new home.
Packing and labeling
  • Label boxes on all sides so you can see what it contains in a stack without having to move everything around.
  • Clearly mark boxes containing fragile goods.
  • Pack a suitcase with clothes and toiletries like you're going on a trip for a few days.

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