Packing And Boxes Thornton Heath cr7
Packing and Boxes: Everything You Need to Know
When moving home or simply storing extra items, packing and boxing up your belongings can be a long and tedious job – unless you know how best to approach it! But never fear, as Storage Thornton Heath is here to simplify the process for you. Here you'll find all the information you need to know about packing and boxes.
First of all, let's take a look at the different types of boxes available. Cardboard boxes are the most common type of box to be used for packing up your belongings; they come in a variety of sizes, from small storage cartons perfect for bric-a-brac to larger boxes suitable for kitchenware or books. But although cardboard boxes can easily be found either in shops or online, they often require some form of reinforcement when packing heavier items as they are not always strong enough. To solve this problem, we offer double-walled cardboard boxes which offer superior strength without being overly bulky.
It's also important to think about which type of packaging material will suit your needs best before you start packing up your items. Cushioning materials such as bubble wrap, foam chips and foam rolls can help protect fragile items during transportation, while heavy duty wrapping paper is ideal for dust protection and keeping items secure during storage or transit. We also provide specialized protective wraps for furniture and mattresses which offer superior impact resistance compared with standard bubble wrap or stretch film. If you're unsure what type of packaging material would work best for your needs, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our team - we'd be more than happy to help you out!
Packing Tips to Help Make Your Move Easier
Once you have selected the right boxes and packaging materials for your move, it's time to start packing up your home! Here are some top tips that can help make the process go more smoothly:
o Label each box clearly with its contents so you know exactly where everything has gone when it comes time to unpack
o Start with non-essential items first so that if you run out of time, at least the essential things like clothing are packed last
o Pack one room at a time - try not to jump around too much or else things could get confusing
o Use towels, cushioning materials, blankets etc. as padding inside the box in order to keep everything safe while en route
o Pack heavier items at the bottom and lighter ones on top so that nothing gets crushed during transportation.
If you follow these tips then packing up shouldn't be too complicated. Of course if you still need any advice or assistance then please don't hesitate to contact us today on - our friendly team are always happy to help!