Need Some Tips on How to Move Appliances?
Moving from one home to another can be very stressful. Especially when you have to move big appliances such as stoves and fridges. If your new home does not come with any appliances or maybe you just like the ones you have, moving them is a must. Here are some tips that might help make your move a little bit less stressful.
Moving your Refrigerator
Between cleaning the fridge and deciding what food to throw away this might be one of most stressful appliances, but don’t worry we can help! First, take out all of the content in the fridge. If you don’t want to waste perfectly good food remember you can always donate it. Make sure the fridge/freezer are cleaned out by wiping everything down and letting it dry well. Before you move it make sure the power supply is disconnected and the power cord is taped to the back on the fridge so it’s not in the way.
Moving the Stove
The stove can be a tricky appliance to move so make sure to be extra careful. Remove and pack separately all parts in the stove such as the cooking racks and glass sheets. Gas appliances can be dangerous and if you aren’t exactly sure how to disconnect and cap off the gas line have a professional do it. After this, wrap the entire stove in protective blankets before moving it so nothing gets scraped or damaged.
Moving a microwave
Even though this appliance is smaller it still needs to be handled with care. When packing the microwave make sure it is in a well-cushioned carton. If your microwave is larger ask a professional to help you! Make sure the microwave is cleaned out and nothing breakable is in it. Don’t forget when you get to your new home don’t block the exhaust vent when you install it!
Need Some Extra Help?
Here at EZ Move we are ready to help make your move easy and stress-free. Whether you have a lot of big and bulky appliances to move or you just want to make sure your grandmother’s grand piano gets to your new home safely – EZ Move can get the job done. Give us a call at (520) 808-0347 or visit our website to learn more.