Packing Service Sydney
Elite removals in Sydney offer a no fuss packing service to assist you in taking the stress out of your next home or office move.
Whether it be packing or unpacking, our Sydney team can organise for experienced staff to come to your site and help take the stress out of your move.
If required the Elite removals packing service can provide materials including cartons, tape, bubble wrap,plastic and paper.
In addition to our packing service we can also help you out with cleaning and cartons. Our cartons are of very good quality and will help to protect your valuable assets.
If you are looking for a packing service for your next Sydney move then contact the experienced professionals at Elite removals.
All packing materials can be purchased from us at a very reduced rate.
Packing materials you will need when moving house
Boxes, marking pen, bubble wrap, Mattress covers, Sofa covers, newspaper and tissue paper, tape and scissors
How to Pack Boxes
PLAN AHEAD TO OBTAIN NECESSARY CARTONS:
We will be happy to sell you any cartons you are likely to need along with other packing material such as tape, bubble wrap and paper. You could save a lot of money however by getting your cartons from other sources such as friends who have also moved recently or from supermarkets. If you are planning to move then why not start collecting boxes and cartons a month or so your move.
Heavy items like books, records, food etc. should go into smaller boxes. In addition things like large pictures, mirrors, coffee tables and mattresses may need special cartons which Elite will be happy to to provide.
PACKING OF SOME ITEMS IS OPTIONAL ON LOCAL MOVES:
If your move is quite local then locally some items do not necessarily need to be packed. Items such as mirrors, large pictures and mattresses can usually be transported safely for short distances without packing. Generally, these items should be packed for long distance move and for shipments moving into storage. Lamps and lampshades should always be packed.
PACK ONE ROOM AT A TIME:
Packing can appear to be an insurmountable task when viewed from the perspective of the entire house. Packing one room at a time (and staying with that room until it is fully packed) has the effect of dividing the overall task into several smaller and more manageable tasks. This approach also makes it possible to set realistic goals, i.e. pack the dining room today, the kitchen tomorrow, etc.
TAPE THE BOTTOM OF CARTONS:
Taping the bottom of cartons before filling them prevents the contents from spilling out the bottom during the move.
HEAVY ITEMS ON THE BOTTOM/LIGHT ITEMS ON TOP:
In each carton the heavier items should be placed at the bottom and the lighter items on top to prevent damage.
USE A LOT OF PAPER:
All breakable items should be wrapped individually in paper. Paper should be used to cushion the bottom, sides and top of cartons.
PLACE BREAKABLES CORRECTLY IN CARTON:
Plates should be stacked vertically as if in a dish drain; glasses and stemware should be placed in an upright position; again, use plenty of paper on all fragile and breakable items.
CORRECTLY FILL CARTONS:
Fill all cartons to the top without overfilling. Cartons with items sticking over the top cannot be properly closed or stacked; cartons that are underfilled tend to crush when stacked. Always make sure each carton is filled totally to the top before closing. A small space at the top can be filled with paper, a towel, a blanket or other similar items.
CLOSE CARTON AND SEAL SHUT WITH TAPE:
Cartons should be closed-top and sealed with tape to prevent damage and make stacking easier.
LABEL EACH CARTON:
Use a felt pen to clearly label each carton as to its general contents and the room it is to be placed in at destination. Label on the side of each carton rather than on the top so that cartons in stacks can be identified. If a carton is packed in a manner that requires it to be always kept in an upright position, draw arrows on each side indicating which end must always be kept up. Any cartons containing particularly fragile items should be labelled as such.
Time will be saved on your move if you arrange cartons in stacks of similar sized cartons four to five feet high. This enables the cartons to be easily dollied from the house to the truck.
See our moving guide for handy hints and tips on how to pack particular items.