• Moving your house is a big task. You need to pack and prepare all of your sensitive belongings before packing.
• Your antique furniture pieces and other bulky and heavy items may require special attention.
• It may seems easy to pack and move kitchen appliances for the move.
• However, each piece may require your special attention.
• Use our tips to pack your entire kitchen and your home with ease.
How to prepare for packing kitchen appliances
You should make time and prepare in advance when you need to pack and move kitchen appliances. Preparation is the key when moving your kitchen items.
Even when hiring professional moving service to help you pack and move kitchen appliances, they may not be able to finish packing in time unless you prepare everything first.
If you never pre packed your kitchen appliances, your movers may have to wait to packed your appliances until dry.
In case, you don’t take all the necessary steps to prepare everything and before packing, you may cause damage.
On the other hand, you may delay your movers on a moving day.
Empty your fridge before you clean it, defrost it and pack it for the move
If you packed your kitchen appliances before a week, it will be easier when moving house.
You should create a schedule for spending frozen foods you store in your freezer.
Not to mention fresh products you use every day.
Consider that you shouldn’t have any left-over foods in your fridge and freezer two days before the moving day.
You may store only items you can use instantly and empty the fridge quickly.
To prepare like a professional, you should consider emptying your fridge and freezer a few days before the moving day.
Unplug the electricity source and let them defrost naturally. Make sure not to rush the process or try defrosting your fridge or freezer by force.
You can easily cause damage to the inside surface and make a small hole.
You may not notice it, but you will still need to pay a substantial amount of money on repairs. After your appliances defrost on their own, consider cleaning your fridge.