Moving the library: The first and most important thing is to pack only a small amount of books in one removal box. This is essential for the safety of your books and it is much easier for your helpers to handle lighter/smaller boxes. The books may look small and easy for a relocation, but they become very heavy when piled one on top of another. Or else, take all the protective measurements to secure the box if you plan to handle all the books from the library in just one box. En-wrap the box with a heavy-duty tape. Place a plastic board on the bottom of the box. Make special holes or handles in the cardboard to handle the box easier.
Moving the fitness equipment: Hire a big removal van or even a removal truck. Another great tip is to try to dismantle the big and heavy fitness machines, but the reassembling will be difficult too. There are special vans that are taller, than wider, just perfect for moving and relocation purposes of tall heavy objects. Use ropes or protective straps to secure the moving parts of the machines before loading in the moving van. This will ensure their safety throughout the trip, as well as smooth and easy unloading of the fitness machines.
Moving the kid's room: Ask your kids to prepare and pack their own possessions like toys, books or clothes. Try to reduce the stress for your kids by asking them to scratch an imaginary floor plan of the arrangement of their new room in the new house.
Moving the piano: There are special removal companies, which are specialized only in moving pianos. The professional moving crew provide the best cares for your piano.
Moving the study area: Hire at least a medium sized van with a man. The professional experience of the man will help select the best arrangement of your possessions in the moving van for a safe trip. Start the preparation of your belongings at least a month before the move. This will give you enough time to organize everything in removal boxes, to dismantle the big and heavy furniture pieces, and to label the boxes properly.
Moving the home office: Take your free time to organize everything in advance and maybe a better opt is to hire a special agency that is specialized in the field of moving office equipment. The dismantling of the desks and the other furnishings is only a hint of the entire journey. The professional crew also takes care about the unplugging and installation of the electronic devices in the new home office. They also take care about the proper arrangement of the office equipment by following your expectations and taking into account a number of other factors, such as noise insulation, the direction of the sunlight and more.
Moving large fish aquariums, trees and plants: You will definitely need a larger van or even a moving truck. They provide the biggest storage capacity and with a number of amenities such as air-con, lights, low vibration and noise levels, fuel economy, etc. All these amenities are very important as for the comfort of the plants or of the fish, as for the cost of the entire relocation.
Moving with the pet. Contact the veterinarian and make sure that your pet has all the documents required, such as vaccination reports and other records. Get a special moving case for your pet as soon as possible, so your cat or dog, for example, will have plenty of time to get used to it.