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All boxes should be securely sealed or taped on top and bottom. All boxes must be filled to the edge and not above for stacking purposes.

Paint, firearms, flammables, caustics, corrosives, perishables, aerosols, candles, matches, antifreeze, oils, bleach, unsealable containers, plants and pets.

Place bedding in clean, large-sized cartons. Light articles such as blankets or pillows may be stored in furniture drawers.

Our professional movers will dismantle your beds and reassemble them in your new residence.

Books should be packed in small, strong cartons due to their weight. They should be placed cover to cover. Wrap valuable books individually. Do not pack books in furniture drawers or leave in portable bookshelves or bookcases.

Pack upright in small, sturdy cartons. Do not pack beyond the limit of portability, not over 50 pounds to each container.

Wrap china and all fragile objects individually in paper. Large plates and heavy pieces should be placed at the bottom of the container, on edge. Smaller plates, cups and saucers should be placed towards the top of the container. Plates and dishes should be placed in a vertical position with pads of paper in between. Recommended - 3" of paper on the bottom of the barrel or carton and 2" of paper in between layers.

Our professional movers will transport your hanging clothes from the closets directly to wardrobes provided by us. Wardrobes will hold approximately 25 hangers depending upon the size of the garments. Your clothing will reach you clean and wrinkle-free. For storage, clothing should be cleaned. Pack small clothing articles in suitcases, trunks, or medium-sized cartons.

Pendulums on clocks should be removed or secured tightly to the base of the clock. Small clocks may be wrapped and placed in cartons (remove batteries).

These may be placed on hangers and transferred to wardrobe cartons, or they may be folded and placed in cartons. To save handling, they can be sent to the cleaners and delivered directly to your new home.

Light articles such as clothing may be left in drawers of furniture. There may be exceptions. Do not pack heavy items in dresser, bureau, server or buffet drawers. Never leave liquids, breakables, or firearms in drawers. Filing cabinet drawers must be emptied.

Check with your service expert. Motors may need to be checked and secured. Gas lines and vent hoses must be disassembled prior to move. Be sure gas lines are tightly shut off and capped if possible. Clothes must be removed.

Dispose of any open food containers that might spill or spoil. The carrier will not be liable for damage caused by food spilling on other items. Perishable food should never be stored or shipped.

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