No, the dresser can stay full, but be sure to remove any breakables.
Will you disconnect my stereo?
Arrangements can be made through your Relocation Coordinator to have your stereo disconnected.
Will you disconnect my computer?
Arrangements can be made through your Relocation Coordinator to have your computer disconnected.
How will you protect my carpet and hardwood floors?
The crew will place floor runners on all floors to protect against dirt, and damage.
Can I pack some items myself?
Yes. It is recommended that you pack only unbreakable items, such as linens and books. Remember, all owner packed items travel at owner's risk. Professional packing is the best way to safeguard against breakage.
Does the pack crew remove curtain rods and paintings from the walls?
Our packing crew will wrap your paintings and wall hangings to protect them while in transit. Crews, however, do not remove any item that is secured to your walls including paintings. It is your responsibility to remove any “fixed” items from walls.
Are there items I can't have moved on the van?
Yes. As a matter of public safety, governments at all levels have passed legislation restricting the transportation of dangerous goods. Some commodities may be included in your removal under controlled conditions while law prohibits transport of others. In either case, you must disclose to us every item you intend to include with your removal that poses a hazard. A few prohibited items include: gasoline, propane tanks, oxygen, fire extinguishers, ammunition and fireworks.
Do my appliances require special servicing?
Most machines and mechanical equipment do need to be prepared by a licensed professional before being moved. Your Moving Consultant can make these arrangements for you. It is important to remember that articles not serviced travel at owner risk for internal damage.
How does the driver keep track of my goods? What is an inventory?
All items in your home will be inventoried (a detailed descriptive list of your household goods) on loading where a copy will be handed to you. Items are numbered and a brief description of the condition is listed on the inventory sheet. On delivery, you will check off each number as the corresponding item enters your home.