Moving a Flat Screen Television to Austin

moving a flat screen TVBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Let's be honest. Quite a few things are much easier to move than others. If you think of things which are really a pain to move, generally massive, cumbersome stuff like that reclining chair or the fridge spring to mind. Flat screen TVs aren't necessarily weighty, but they do take a little distinct attention to be able to remain safe and unharmed while moving. Regardless of if you're moving yourself or employing a professional moving company in Austin to help, there are several things that you want to be aware of if moving your flat screen TV. 

Groundwork

Before making any movements toward packing up the TV, take a handful of quick pictures of the various cords and cables to ensure you have a visual guide when you're hooking everything back up once you get to your new house. Subsequently, meticulously remove all wires and cables. Coil them up and secure them with a twist tie or rubber band and pack them into a box. As well, make sure you label the carton. If the TV includes a base or wall bracket, remove that as well. These things could be loaded into the same TV equipment box as the cords. Be sure and place all screws straight into baggies and once again, label them. There's no need to have to assume which screws go to which items as you are reassembling everything at your destination, and with the mayhem that generally arises close to moving day, do not depend exclusively on your mind in relation to ensuring all the things gets put back together as it was before. And, as long as you're on it, put all remote controls in this carton, also. 

Packaging

With any kind of good fortune, you had moving day in your mind as you purchased your flat screen TV, and for that reason, you kept the original TV package and inserts. Nevertheless, if you are like most people, you didn't want a huge useless carton filling up your garage or attic, so you disposed of it (ideally by way of recycling). In the event the later is the case, you can purchase a box and corner covers from your moving supply shop or from the local moving company. Be sure to buy a carton which is adequate to fit around the TV with some excess room for extra padding. Wrap the television with care in a few moving pads, put the corner protectors on and put it inside the carton. 

Hauling

The most secure strategy to transport your flat screen Television is to ensure that it stays upright. In order to ensure that it remains in the appropriate position inside the moving truck, secure it beside a mattress or something solid, like a dresser or bookcase. Be sure and keep the carton of cords and components near by for quicker unpacking.

Once you arrive to your new home, reverse the procedure and before you know it, your flat screen Television will be ready to broadcast the latest animated movie or big game.

And, if all this sounds too mind boggling to take on on your own, give A-1 Freeman Moving Group or perhaps your nearby moving company in Austin a call. They are ready to help make certain that your flat screen Television comes to your destination unharmed.

 

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