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How to pack your personal library for the move

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    Have you ever wondered how to pack your personal library for the move? One of the hardest things you need to do when moving is to pack. You need to declutter, disassemble, and pack your belongings appropriately so that they don’t get damaged during the move. However, a lot of people are often careless when it comes to packing. They just throw all their belongings in moving boxes and hope everything arrives in their new home in one piece. And once they realize that their precious TV screen has been broken during the move they quickly realize the importance of properly packing when moving a flat-screen TV.

    A broken LCD screen
    This can happen to your LCD screen by just a small bump. Imagine what can happen to your fragile and valuable books.

    However, if you decide to pack your personal library for the move that’s where you need to approach packing with attentive and meticulous focus. One wrong step and you can say goodbye to all the books and valuable information contained therein.

    Consider hiring professional movers.

    When packing your personal library for the move there can a lot of things that can go wrong. From minor consequences such as creating dog ears on your books, to more serious problems. Things such as completely destroying your books because of prolonged exposure to humidity, water, sun, and high temperatures.

    A book library
    The key to protecting your book library is proper packing.

    That’s why we recommend using packing services Clearwater FL. If you hire us you’ll get 24/7 access to our customer support, professional packers, and high quality packing supplies. Oh, did we mention that you get all that at an affordable price?

    We honestly think that Clearwater moving companies is the way to go. It’s faster and cheaper in the long run. You don’t have to buy packing supplies. Oh, you also don’t have to worry about packing your belongings properly. And, you also don’t have to worry about your belongings during the move. It really is a better alternative.

    How to pack your personal library for the move

    However, if you don’t want to hire a moving company, here are some tips to help you pack your personal library for the move.

    • Pack your books upright with the spines towards the side of the cardboard box.
    • Avoid packing too many of your books on top of each other. The weight of the books might damage the spines of the bottom books.
    pack your personal library
    You can pack hardcover books spines downward and the edges of the pages facing up for more space.
    • Don’t pack your books tightly together. They might get damaged during unpacking.
    • Use packing paper, newspaper, and towels to fill up the moving box. This will prevent damage to the books during relocation.
    • When relocating rare and valuable books place a coating of cardboard between each book. This will ensure that the spines of the books don’t get damaged during relocation.
    • Cover the top layer of books with packing paper and silica gel.  This will prevent any moisture and weather conditions from ruining your books. This is why it’s so important you don’t throw away silica gel, that you get in your shoe boxes.

    Although, when relocating rare valuables we recommend that you hire a reliable moving company. If you are from Palm Harbor, we recommend that hire moving companies Palm Harbor FL. They offer great professional and reliable moving help for all your moving needs.

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