Items Not to Move
Moving to a new home means having to transport each room in the house and load it into a moving van. Unfortunately, there are a few items that can be dangerous or hazardous to bring along with you. If you want to be safe and avoid issues, there are a few items that you shouldn’t move without the help of professionals.
There is a long list of items that shouldn’t be packed away with your personal belongings when transitioning to a new home. Avoid packing compressed gases, explosives, radioactive materials, poisons, poisons, flammable liquids, and corrosives. You can protect yourself and others by not packing lighter fluid, maintenance chemicals, fireworks, fertilizer, automotive repair chemicals, paint thinners, oxygen bottles, and gasoline. Instead, give them to a neighbor nearby or hand them over to a local fire station to ensure that they can be properly disposed of.
Everything from live plants to animals is considered to be perishable and will likely not survive being packed during a move. Make it a point to clean out and dry your refrigerator at least 24 hours before moving to prevent mold from growing. Trying to bring milk or cheese with you during the move can cause the items to spoil or rot. However, there are some perishable items that can be taken with you if they’re packed properly in coolers that are sealed if you’re only moving a few miles away.
Some items are considered to be special and unique when moving, which includes washing machines and dryers, large exercise equipment, and outdoor playground sets. Although the items may be capable of being transported, it can be extremely costly to move everything due to how heavy the items are and is not always worth the cost of the product even when hiring a Las Vegas moving company. Consider selling each of the items or donating them and replacing them once you move into your new home.