How to Tackle Packing your Kitchen for a Move
Packing is rarely a fun activity, and when it comes to tackling the kitchen, stress levels seem to rise. After you've pared down all of your items and are ready to pack the stuff you're going to take with you, it's time to get down to business!
The right materials will make a difference
Be sure that you use boxes that are the right size and heaviness for all of your breakable items. You will also need packing paper and bubble wrap for dishes and glasses, etc. Using the right materials and doing the job right can minimize the chance of anything getting broken.
Don't forget to put aside the items you'll need right away
Be sure to pack up the items that your family will need right away when you arrive at your new place. We recommend clearly marking these boxes and separating them from the ones that will go on the moving truck- it'll be a lot easier to get to them if you put them in your car.
Take your time
Kitchenware is difficult to pack because many of the items can break easily, they require a lot of wrapping and care, and it's never easy to pack oddly-shaped items. Take your time and accept any helping hands that want to come and pitch in!
Sound overwhelming? At Hug Condon, we are here to help with every step of your move. In addition to providing all the necessary materials, like boxes, tape, bubble wrap, and packing paper, we can take care of all your packing needs! Call us today for a free estimate.