Moving and storing tables

Furniture can be both bulky and big, and it therefore takes up a good deal of space both in your home and when placed in storage.  The more space you take up in a storage facility, the more money you will have to pay for the services; therefore, following good tips on how to store furniture properly can be very helpful.

The first thing you need to do is to hire a professional moving company to assist you.  There is very little possibility of you being able to both move and store tables all on your own, and you are also lacking in the professional knowledge that would enable you to handle the situation.  A professional moving company will be well versed in how to help you and will give the best advice.  As long as you do your research and hire a reputable firm, you will not regret the decision.

The screws that can be found in tables in place such as the connectors and legs need to be taken out.  Screws can corrode after a prolonged period in storage and if this happens you will no longer be able to unscrew them and will end up having to throw the table away.

The legs from assembled tables should also be removed before being placed in storage.  The spaces between the legs take up far too much space and are also extremely impractical, so taking off the legs frees up a good deal of space for far better uses.