While large, solid furniture tends to move well on its own, you'll find that many items move better when taken apart before loading. Yes, moving companies will disassemble and assemble your furniture. The truth is that there are some elements, such as bed bases, that must first be disassembled to move them safely. If you're only moving locally or within 100 miles, moving companies charge their usual hourly rates.
For long-distance moves of more than 100 miles, they will charge for the service by weight. By disassembling furniture before moving it, you significantly reduce the risk of those items being damaged during the moving process. Narrow corners, narrow aisles, and multiple door frames can damage your expensive or sentimental furniture. It is better to disassemble the furniture beforehand and transfer it in pieces rather than as an individual piece.
Yes, carriers will assemble and disassemble your furniture. In fact, some items, such as bed bases, will need to be disassembled in order to move them safely. If your move is considered a local move (less than 100 miles), moving companies will charge their normal hourly rates. If your move is considered a long-distance move (more than 100 miles or from one state to another), moving companies will charge for the service based on weight.
Yes, most moving companies offer furniture disassembly and reassembly services. These services are designed to make your move more comfortable and efficient, as they allow moving companies to maximize space inside moving trucks and to be able to move as many items as possible. However, it's important to note that there are some exceptions to this rule. Some moving companies offer labour-only services by the hour, so you can hire one or several movers to come and do the moving jobs.
This can happen on the day of the move, before or after. The costs of assembling and disassembling furniture are generally fixed per move and per hour. Yes, your carriers will assemble the furniture and disassemble certain items as needed. Some companies offer it as an additional service and others include it in their moving package.
To find out where you are, you'll need to contact your chosen moving company.