When you are moving your home, you should get a company that treats your assets and sentimental items as they would their own. Little Justin's Moving can provide you with the most safe, reliable and satisfying move. Our goal is to provide our clients with a less stressful moving experience.

 We suggest that before you pack or prepare anything for your move, you should make a list of all of the services you need or may need Little Justin's Moving to do for you, including: items to be moved, packing materials needed, items to be packed and unpacked by the moving crew, any items that may need to be disassembled and/or reassembled by the moving crew and any other special services or handling such as, antiques, light fixtures, appliances, crating service, etc.

 If you don't request Little Justin's Moving to pack and prepare your items for you, here are a few helpful tips to follow:

*Packing books and other heavy objects in smaller boxes for easier lifting. Pack the large boxes with lightweight/bulky items.

 *Try to always use the same size boxes for easy stacking on the moving truck.

 *And always seal the boxes completely with packing tape to prevent anything from getting in or out. Tape both the bottom and the top of the boxes, so all open spaces are covered.

 *Always wrap small and/or fragile items individually. This prevents anything from getting damaged.

 *Making an inventory list of your items is always helpful. This is easy to do and it helps both you and the moving crew to identify things better.

 *And whenever possible, it is best to re-pack some items using their original boxes and packing materials. This is helpful for electronics and other items like this. There are always items that are more valuable than others. You should pay special attention to these things. Even if you are moving across the street, there are things that should never be moved by any moving company.

 *If you need to pack your clothes, you should always use wardrobe boxes so you can hang your garments.

 *Make sure that you fill the boxes completely. By stuffing the open areas with packing paper, it prevents the boxes from collapsing when stacked. Try not to pack your fragile items too tightly inside the box, this will prevent breakage as well.

 *You can mark your boxes with what's inside and what room each box is going to. This is going to make the move quicker and easier for both yourself and the moving crew. You can put: Where it's going to? How fragile the items are? When will you need it? What area of the home it is going to? And so on.

 *Always make sure that the items or boxes that you will need the most are available to you, for as long as you need them and whenever you need them once you arrive at your new home. Remember, the last boxes to be loaded onto the truck are usually the first boxes to be taken off the truck.

 * If you really think about it is very simple to figure out what items shouldn't be moved by the moving company. For a little help, here are a few: Money, securities, valuable papers and jewelry are the most important things that you the customer should take and pack on your own. Therefore, the packing of these items are at your own risk and the movers are rest assured that these items are safe in your hands.

 *Any flammable items such as, aerosol cans, paints, gasoline, oils, etc. should not be packed by the movers.

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