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How do I pack an appliance for a move?

Wrap the appliance completely with two to three sheets of paper. Secure the paper tightly around the appliance with packing tape. Whenever possible, try not to tape the appliance directly.

How do you handle fragile household appliances?

These need to be handled according to their fragility. If there are any instructions on how to reassemble the appliance, write them out on a piece of paper and attach the paper to the part before wrapping it. Use the appliances original packing, if you have it.

What types of appliances are included in delivery?

Appliances that are “built-in” include cooktops, wall ovens, undercounter refrigeration, air-conditioners, water heaters, water softeners, etc. Installation is not included in our standard delivery services. The cost of custom installation projects will vary depending on the type of appliance as well as the set-up of your home.

How do you wrap an appliance in a paper box?

Lightly crumple sheets of paper and add them to the bottom of the box. Crumpling the paper creates a structure to provide some shock absorption. Wrap the appliance completely with two to three sheets of paper.

How do you pack appliances in a moving box?

If the box can hold another appliance, wrap a second, using the same techniques, and place it next to the first. If there are small pockets of space, fill these with slightly scrunched paper or packing peanuts. You could also add small pots or pans or other non-breakable items.

How do you wrap appliances when moving house?

Wrap the Appliance Wrap the appliance completely with two to three sheets of paper. Secure the paper tightly around the appliance with packing tape. Whenever possible, try not to tape the appliance directly. Packing tape is very sticky and can be difficult to remove from smooth surfaces.

How to move kitchen appliances the right way?

Once the decision to move your kitchen appliances has been made, you should have moved on to acquiring the necessary packing materials and moving equipment, and protecting your home against accident damage. The next step to moving appliances the right way is to properly pack them for safe transportation.

Is it hard to pack and move small appliances?

It may be a pain to pack and move all your small appliances, but following these tips should help ease the process. Gather and organize the small appliances you need to pack. Be aware of parts that are made of glass and fragile pieces.

How do you wrap a box with wrapping paper?

Position 1 end of the box on top of wrapping paper and pull the roll up. Slide the bottom edge of the box about 1 inch (2.5 cm) over the edge of the wrapping paper. Cut where the wrapping paper folds just over the edge of the box.

How do you wrap appliances when moving house?

Wrap the Appliance Wrap the appliance completely with two to three sheets of paper. Secure the paper tightly around the appliance with packing tape. Whenever possible, try not to tape the appliance directly. Packing tape is very sticky and can be difficult to remove from smooth surfaces.

What can you wrap in a kitchen?

You can wrap anything from your Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Appliances, Wardrobes, Office Furniture, Tables, Childrens Furniture and anything you can think of that has a smooth surface. Kitchen and furniture wrapping has become widely popular to update old and tired looking items.

How do I measure the amount of wrapping paper I Need?

Once your box is open, lay it flat on wrapping paper to measure how much you need. It will be helpful to line one side of the opened box at the edge of the wrapping paper or corner of the wrapping paper (if your paper has a straight edge on two sides).

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