Do Removal Companies Dismantle Beds? – How To Prepare My House For The Movers

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There was once a time when you could safely say that if something was brought into the house you should be able to get it out again. But in these days of flat packs and self-assembly furniture, that is no longer the case.


There is a good chance that by the time you move from one property to another you will have acquired some larger pieces of furniture that will need to be taken apart if you want to get them through the door or down an awkward staircase. And of course they will all need to be reassembled at the other end.


This can mean a lot of extra work and can make the job of preparing the house for the movers a lot more difficult. But fortunately many removal companies offer a dismantling and reassembling service which can take the headache and backache out of moving bulky furniture such as beds, wardrobes and dressers.


Although there are additional costs involved, there are several good reasons for taking advantage of this service:

Saves You Time And Stress:

Moving house can be stressful enough so if you can pass some of the heavy work over to the professionals then that is one less thing for you to worry about. It is also a very time consuming job for the amateur so, unless you are very experienced, the professionals will be able to take things apart and put them back together much more quickly.


Saves Your Back:

Taking some of the larger and heavier items apart, such as beds and wardrobes, can put a strain on your back, especially if you are not used to maneuvering heavy loads. You will probably be lifting lots of boxes in the course of the move so anything that cuts your risk of back strain is worth considering. Back injuries and even broken fingers and toes are not uncommon when moving furniture.


Saves Your Furniture:

Hiring professionals ensures that the job is done properly. Chances are you no longer have the instructions for that chest of drawers and wardrobe you bought five years ago.

But fortunately because professional removers are familiar with how these things work they will still be able to put it back together as it should be. They will also have the right tools to hand to ensure every bolt and screw is secure.

The disadvantage is of course that it means spending more money.  Moving house can be expensive so you will want to weigh up the pros and cons to decide if it is worth spending a bit extra on paying professionals.


The best approach is to discuss it well in advance with your moving company. This means that they will have time to survey the job and see what is involved. They  can give you an accurate estimate for the cost which will help you decide whether or not you feel it is worthwhile .