Protecting Appliances while Moving
When moving to a new flat or house, there are several things that you need to prioritise. These are the electronic items that cost you a lot of money to purchase. They are tools that you use every single day to come up with necessities like food and house heating. They are able to produce things that you desire and make you feel blissful, like desserts, music and films.
As you pack your things, you need to make a list of all your household appliances and your personal gadgets. Include in the list all their accessories and parts, such as plugs, chargers and the like. This way, you will be able to keep track of every single electronic item. After all, these appliances and gadgets rarely come cheap – they cost you considerable amounts. So, be sure that you do not lose a single part or accessory.
As you pack, you can start with the kitchen. There, you will find some of your biggest household electronics: refrigerator, oven and grill. You would most probably have a microwave oven, bread toaster or sandwich maker, and a coffee maker or espresso machine. In your sitting room, you might have a stereo component and big speakers like subwoofers. Many people have a telly and a DVD player, too. Aside from these big gadgets, you need to secure your computer, laptop, mp3 player, video game console and mobile phone.
To make sure that these valuable electronics are protected, you can ask your removal company for tips. There are moving boxes that are specially made for heavy items. Acid-free paper will help protect polished surfaces, while corrugated cardboard can keep your appliances' edges from getting scratched. Be sure to use bubble wrap and/or loose fill poly chips to protect your appliances.