When it comes to moving, deciding to take the appliances with cause the need to make appropriate preparation steps. Since they are familiar with how they work and don’t want to shop for others, many people prefer taking appliances such as the washers and dryers, refrigerators, and even dishwashers. Should you wanting to move these large appliances for the move, its important to be upfront with the mover so they can prepare and offer instructions for moving day. Today, we at Prodigy Moving & Storage would like to offer some tips and advice on moving the big appliances.
Is it Difficult to Relocate a Dishwasher?
Open up the door and allow it to vent for a couple of days since the dishwasher needs to be free of moisture when moving. To know what they go to when you arrive at the new home, be sure to pack the water hoses up in a clearly labeled box. Keeping all components of any appliances together will make it easier for your moving service professionals as well.
How Do You Transport a Refrigerator / Freezer?
When moving a refrigerator and freezer, the timing is essential. You need to defrost it, dry it and clean it thoroughly a couple of days in advance of your move to prevent moisture from collecting inside. Be sure to plan out your grocery list for the last few days at the old home accordingly as you will need to toss out any perishable items will need to be discarded. Take all of the drawers and shelves out and pack them separately, this prevent them from sliding around and damaged during the move.
How to Move a Washer & Dryer
Ensure you confirm that the new home has the same connections, before you even begin the preparation process for moving your washer and dryer. Many homeowners find they have to get new washer and dryers after paying to haul the original ones when they discover they are not a fit. Once confirmed they work with new home, clean and wipe them down thoroughly and disconnect all components. To prevent the hoses from getting lost, stick them inside the washing machine. From there, let your moving professional take care of the safe move.
Moving a Stovetop & Oven Range
Out of any of the large appliances in your home, the stovetop and oven may have the most detachable parts. It is imperative that you keep all of these parts together and wrapped tightly in order from them not be lost or damaged during the move. Being that the disconnecting the components can be challenging, particularly for a gas range, do not hesitate to contact a professional for assistance.
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With our customers having the options to decide which possessions are being moved and what is left behind, the professionals of Prodigy Moving & Storage can help you plan the appliance move. With our expertise, your move can be done efficiently and smoothly. With the variety of services we provide, you can delegate many of the moving responsibilities onto our trained professionals. Call us today to get started planning your next move.