What does someone need with a moving truck? Answer: to stuff all the household belongings of a just-sold, 5,000-square-foot Georgian colonial in a suburb south of Boston and transport to a neighboring community in another state. The movers Jacksonville, Fl., said that, while some challenges are the same no matter the size of the load or how great the distance, bigger moves present a number of challenges that are almost impossible for non-professionals. Think of the large-scale furniture in homes of that size, such as a 50-inch TV, super-sized couches, entertainment center, dining room table and eight chairs to go with it, desks, paintings, piano and carpets.
It’s a daunting task, said the movers Jacksonville, Fl. What happens is that folks think they can get an army of helpers to help them move. It’s our experience that such a decision often boomerangs, said the movers. People just aren’t used to carrying large pieces of furniture down stairs or maneuvering them through hallways. Then there’s the gazillion number of boxes that must go. Not to mention bicycles and lawn statues.
“It’s almost embarrassing to think back and realize that I thought we might move our belongings without professionals,” said James Russell. He rationalized that he didn’t have that much stuff and family members had volunteered to help. He figured: why waste money?
As moving day drew closer, he realized he wanted professionals to get his personal belongings out the door. Calling the movers Jacksonville, Fl., turned out to be the best way to go.