So, you’re moving. Whether you’re going across country or across the street, the prospect of packing all your things into boxes, cramming them into a moving van and unpacking it all a few days later will stress you out. If it doesn’t, you’re lucky. Apart from trying to keep your items labeled and organized, one of the worst parts of moving is attempting to lift your furniture out of your home and into a new home without hurting yourself, your furniture, or your home.
Lucky for you, there is an easier – and safer – way to get your furniture out of the old house and into the new. Professionals can disassemble furniture in your living room, remove it easily and reassemble it again in the new place. It sounds convenient enough, but you could probably get neighbors over to help you lift your furniture out instead. So, why should you consider furniture disassembly?
Want to live with a bad back for the next couple months as you adjust to a new place? Didn’t think so. Furniture disassembly is the safest option for getting your heavy furniture out of your home. And it isn’t just safe for you. It’s safer for your furniture, too. Imagine the dents and dings and damage you can avoid if you simply invest in couch disassembly rather than trying to force it out your front door. If you care about your furniture, disassembly is the best way to ensure that it gets to your place in the same great condition.
One of the best features about furniture disassembly is the convenience it offers. You don’t have to worry about your furniture taking up space in your moving van, you don’t have to worry about trying to fit it up the stairs or through the door of your next house. It frees you up to focus on other aspects of your move, like your organization or cleaning process. Consider how much easier it would be to clean your living room if you didn’t have to pack your sofa into a huge moving truck first, or try to reach underneath the sofa or move it around the room just to vacuum. Disassembly gets your furniture out of the way so that the only thing you have to do when you arrive in your new home is just sit back, relax and wait for your sofa delivery.
Kill two birds with one stone
Furniture disassembly is a perfect time to take care of some of your other furniture concerns. Do you have a reupholstery job you’ve been putting off? Why not have the furniture experts take care of that issue while your sofa is disassembled? It saves you a step in the future AND you get to move into a beautiful new home with a beautiful new couch to match.
There are plenty of different options to choose from when you’re moving. Furniture disassembly should definitely be one that you consider.