It’s only a week before the day of the big move. It’s likely you have a few items on the list you haven’t quite done yet. It’s also possible, with the great many things on your mind, that you have neglected some aspects of the move. To help you, remember the items moving companies cannot transport.
What are the items not within the scope of moving companies?
Reputable Denver moving companies follow industry standards. When you sit down to discuss the details of the arrangement with them, remember to ask about “non-allowables”. On the top of the list are perishables, including fresh produce, uncooked meats, and frozen foods. Generally, professional movers also don’t transport plants in the designated vehicles.
Some items are too risky to transport along with your furniture and other packed items. They might start a fire inadvertently. They might contaminate the vehicles and all its contents. Usually, car batteries, matches, fireworks, fire extinguishers, aerosols, cleaning solvents, gasoline, motor oil, and ammunition are on the list of non-allowable items.
Professional movers also don’t transport personal items such as photo albums, medical records, insurance policies deeds, financial records, and other important document. For your peace of mind, pack these documents yourself and bring them with you on the day of the move.
A few notes on valuable properties and high value equipment
Some companies offer special handling for invaluable items. The section of the inventory, where items such as antiques, fine art, and invaluable furniture are listed, may be off limits to companies that don’t have the capability. Handling valuable belongings and equipment requires special skills and specialized equipment. Find a company with a good track record for transporting high-value products.
National and local moving companies in the United States are readily accessible. However, not all the service providers listed in the directory can fulfill your requirements. Exercise good judgment in choosing a moving company.