Furniture Packing

Furniture Packing

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Moving can be exciting, but it can also feel like an overwhelming amount of work. Packing your furniture is one of the biggest components of any move. If you gather the right materials and wrap your pieces carefully, you can make sure they survive the move in great shape. Just make sure to break down larger items before packing, if possible. You'll also want to take extra care with fragile items by using extra layers of protection.

1. Decide which pieces of furniture to take apart

Moving can be difficult, especially if you have a lot of large pieces of furniture. If possible, you'll want to disassemble items that will not fit through doorways or down a narrow staircase. You should also think about taking apart fragile items or highly valuable items, as they can be easier to move in pieces. A list of items you want to disassemble might include:

  • Beds
  • Armoires or wall cabinets
  • Tables
  • Desks

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2. Take pictures of each piece of furniture that you want to disassemble

Don't forget, you'll need to put the pieces of furniture back together again. It is a good idea to take pictures of the disassembling process so that you can have a visual reminder of what things are supposed to look like.

Take multiple pictures to record each step of the process. You can reference the pictures when you put the piece back together again.

3. Purchase packing supplies

Furniture should generally not be placed in a truck without wrapping it in some sort of protective material. After you've completed your inventory, consider what you'll need to move each piece of furniture. For example, items like couches will generally be wrapped in blankets and tape. Something like a lamp might be wrapped in bubble wrap. You can purchase supplies at your local hardware store or online. Potential supplies include:

  • Sofa/mattress covers or blankets
  • Bubble wrap
  • Plastic wrap
  • Packing/sealing tape

4. Unscrew table legs to disassemble a table

For small tables, place them on a surface like a counter or a workbench so that you can see underneath. For larger tables, you will likely need to get underneath the table for a good vantage point. Each leg will be held in place with hardware called a leg assembly. Locate each leg assembly and use a screwdriver to loosen and remove the bolts from each leg assembly. Once the screws are out, remove the braces from the legs.

  • You may also need to unscrew the legs from the table. Gently twist them to the left until they come loose easily.
  • Pack the braces and screws separately in a clearly labeled bag.