Moving a Flat Screen Television to Denver

moving a flat screen TVBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Let's be honest. Some things are much easier to move compared to others. Whenever you imagine things which are really a pain to move, usually large, cumbersome stuff like that couch or the fridge spring to mind. Flat screen TVs aren't generally weighty, but they definitely take a little special attention in order to keep safe and undamaged while moving. Irrespective of if you're moving yourself or working with a professional moving company in Denver to help, there are several specifics that you want to keep in mind when moving your flat panel television. 

Prep Work

Prior to you making any motions on the way to packing up that TV, take a couple of quick photos of the numerous cords and cables so that you will have a visual guide while you are hooking everything back up after you arrive at your new home. After that, mindfully remove all wires and cables. Coil them up and fasten them with a twist tie or rubber band and pack them in a carton. As well, make sure you label the container. If the television includes a base or wall bracket, remove that as well. These particular pieces may be packed inside the same TV accessory box as the cables. Be sure and put any screws straight into baggies and yet again, label them. There is no need to have to guess which screws go to which items when you are reassembling all the things at the destination, and given the mania that commonly ensues surrounding moving day, you shouldn't depend solely on your memory with regards to ensuring all the things gets put together as it had been before. Additionally, as long as you're at it, place any remote controls in your TV accessory box, too. 

Packaging

With a little good luck, you had moving day on your mind as you purchased your flat panel TV, and for that reason, you retained the original TV carton and inserts. Having said that, if you're like many people, you did not want a substantial empty package filling up your garage or basement, so you disposed of it (hopefully via recycling). When the later is the case, you can purchase a box and corner guards from the moving supply shop as well as from your local moving company. Be sure to purchase a container which is big enough to fit around the Television with a little excess space for cushioning. Wrap the TV with care in some moving pads, put the corner guards on and put it inside the carton. 

Moving

The most secure technique to transport your flat screen Television will be to ensure that it stays upright. To ensure that it remains in the proper placement inside the moving truck, secure it next to a mattress or something that is solid, such as a bureau or bookcase. Be sure and keep the carton of cables and components close by for quicker unpacking.

After you arrive at your new house, invert the routine and before you realize it, your flat screen Television will be ready to broadcast the newest animated movie or big game.

And, if all of this appears extremely mind boggling to deal with yourself, give A-1 Freeman Moving Group or perhaps your neighborhood moving company in Denver a call. They are glad to help make sure that your flat panel Television comes to your destination unscathed.

 

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