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Moving a kitchen

There is always a certain order to moving. Like, first you pick an apartment in a place where you will live for the next several  years or more, then you make sure that you have terminated and started anew the contracts for subscription services such as electricity, internet, telephony and others. Only then will you sit in your current bedroom thinking about the moving itself, which includes choosing the date and packing things from all the rooms. The organization pain can be partly reduced if you ask for help from moving companies Calgary.

The movers could help you to pack if you ask to, provide you with the packing materials, and you can always be sure that all your valuable items came to you safely. But let us consider the situation when you pack yourself – then you will need to start packing from the wardrobe room or bedrooms. saving the bathroom and kitchen for the last. Putting together a kitchen for a move can be a daunting task, but with the right organization you can get the job done without the hassle. So let us make a checklist for you:

Prepare Packing Materials: Before you begin assembly, make sure you have all the necessary packing materials, such as cardboard boxes, bubble wrap, wrapping paper, tape, and markers.

Turn off appliances: Turn off the refrigerator, oven, dishwasher, and other appliances. Disconnect them from the power supply and water supply.

Clean and Pack Kitchen Appliances: Clean and pack kitchen appliances such as toaster, mixer, blender and other small appliances.

Disassemble the countertop: If the countertop of the kitchen set is removable, disassemble it and pack it in an appropriate protective package.

Dismantle Upper Cabinets: Dismantle upper cabinets, remove doors and shelves, and pack them separately. Wrap glass doors in bubble wrap to protect against damage.

Disassemble hanging shelves: If you have hanging shelves or decorative items, remove them and pack them separately.

Pack kitchen utensils: Pack plates, glasses, pots, pans, and other kitchen utensils in shipping boxes and wrap them in wrapping paper or bubble wrap.

Disassemble scissors, can openers, and other sharp objects: Disassemble and pack dangerous items such as scissors and can openers so that they do not pose a hazard during the move.

Take care of safety: Pack fragile and sharp items so that they do not damage other things and do not pose a danger to transportation.

Label boxes: Label each box of kitchen items so you can easily identify the contents of each box when unpacking at a new location.

Mark Large Items: If you have large kitchen items such as an oven, refrigerator, or dishwasher, mark them to make them easier to identify when moving.

By following this order and organizing the assembly process of the kitchen, you can successfully prepare it for the move and ensure the safety of all kitchen items and equipment.

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