ASSEMBLE AND DISASSEMBLE FURNITURE (BEDS, WALL UNITS AND TABLES)

Movers will assemble and disassemble your furniture.

    Movers will assemble and disassemble your furniture. In fact, some items like bed frames will need to be taken apart in order to more hem safely, the most common items to be disassembled are bed frames, large dining room tables, (dresser with mirror attached).  

    Beds (especially king-size and queen – size beds) are very difficult to move carefully through narrow corridors, steep staircase with low over hanging ceilings and other tight spaces. 

    Beside they are relatively easy to dissemble and reassemble – most beds consist of a simple wooden or metal frame with slats for the mattress to rest on.  
    The slats and the frame are connected by screws or snap- on fixtures that can be easily dissembled. Bunk beds (double-decker) and beds that directly below have trundle drawers and sliders.   

 

-    A ceiling fan is a mechanical fan fix on the ceiling of a room or space, usually electrical powered that uses mounted rotating blades to circulate air.       -   Fans do not reduce air temperature.  
-    In fact, they heat up the air slightly due to the waste heat from the motor and friction between the moving airs.  
-    A ceiling fan can also be used to reduce the stratification of warm air in a room by forcing it down to affect both occupants sensation. 

Wall units – mounted shelves and wall cabinets 

-    It is virtually impossible to move wall units from one place to another without disassembling them first.  
-    Mounted shelving and wall cabinets are usually fastened together by methods that are invisible to the inexperienced eye.  
-    Dismantling them is a complex and risky process, you should not attempt without previous experience and proper tools.  
-    Such furniture needs to be disassembled in the reverse order to assembly, not just pulled apart. This job is better left to the experts. 

Do movers assemble furniture? 

When they deliver your items, the movers will put back together any furniture pieces they have disassembled for the move. Have in mind though that your reassembled furniture may not work or look exactly the same way it did in your old home. If the floor in your new place isn’t perfectly level, for example, the drawers of your dresser may be sliding open all the time, and etc. This is not your movers fault.