When you are moving furniture there are a number of complications that can arise. Moving large pieces of furniture poses a risk of injury to yourself and others. Twisted ankles, crushed fingers, injured backs and of course smashed toes are all common complications that can arise when untrained people try to move extremely heavy and cumbersome furniture.
In addition to the risk of personal injury, you risk damaging your precious furniture. Anyone who has watched an expensive chair tumble down a flight of stairs can testify that hiring unprofessional movers to relocate one’s expensive furniture may not be the wisest thing to do.
Further, even assuming that nobody gets hurt and no furniture is damaged, there are other complications that can arise when moving large or heavy furniture. Because of the weight of larger pieces, a simple miscalculation on your part can lead to holes in your drywall, scraped and splintered trim around the doors, broken screens and windows, dented or scratched doors, or ripped carpet or linoleum.
Instead of moving large pieces as one unit you may consider disassembling the furniture and moving the individual pieces then reassembling it at your new location. This will save your back and if you do happen to brush up against a wall or doorway the chances of damage are lower because the individual pieces are not as heavy. This can be especially helpful when furniture is too big to fit through a doorway or around a corner.
Of course disassembling the furniture brings its own unique set of challenges. Perhaps you cannot figure out how to take it apart without prying or forcing something. Or perhaps getting it apart is not a problem but you find that getting it back together is much more challenging. If you have ever finished putting together furniture only to find you had leftover pieces then you are familiar with the challenges of getting furniture assembled correctly the first time.
If you are unable to get the furniture correctly reassembled—or if you find that it takes two or even three attempts to put it back in its original state—you might benefit from consulting a furniture assembly pro.
Disassembling IKEA furniture and reassembling it again is one thing; however reassembling more complicated pieces may require help. Fortunately, Dr. Sofa is available to you for those situations where you are unable to disassemble (or reassemble) large pieces of furniture. With significant experience in assembling all types of furniture we at Dr. Sofa have most likely seen furniture similar to yours before and are aware of the different ways to take it apart.
Known as The Furniture Surgeon Dr. Sofa is used to the challenges of getting furniture to fit correctly in the tightest of spaces or smallest of apartments. Our professionals can take the furniture apart without incident and restore it to its original shape in its new location.
If you’re unsure how to disassemble your furniture, or if you’ve already disassembled your furniture but you’re concerned you may be unable to get it back together, give us a call. We can come to your place and make your furniture as good as new. Give us a call today to find out how we can help you.