How to pack glass items safely when moving home in Towcester, Northamptonshire

Quick and simple tips on how to pack glass items safely when moving home in Towcester, Northamptonshire

Moving Home – When moving home, you will need to be sure that all glass and fragile items and furniture, like glass t.v stands, glass cabinet, glass tables, mirrors, plates, glasses etc, are all protected the best way possible. this will help avoid them from getting damaged on your house removal when being moved by your removal company. Spending the time to find out how to pack glass items safely when moving home in Towcester, Northamptonshire will ensure your move goes smoothly and according to plan.

Glass can be real pain to move, without the correct protective packaging that it needs, to keep the glass safe and from smashing. Below we have listed some useful steps on how to pack glass items safely when moving home in Towcester, Northamptonshire

What packaging materials you will need to pack and protect your glass itemHow to pack glass items safely when moving home in Towcester, Northamptonshire

  • Bubble wrapping
  • Shrink wrapping
  • Cardboard picture carton/boxes
  • Bottle boxes with dividers
  • Removal or quilted blankets
  • Sheets of cardboard (this will add protection to flat surfaces like dinning tables)
  • Tape

If you prefer you can give your glass items maximum protection by using most of the above packaging materials, otherwise you can use one or two of the above packaging materials to pack non sentimental items.

When wrapping pictures, it is best to use heavy-duty, bubble wrap, shrink-wrap and removal blankets, this will act as padding for the picture or mirror frames, before placing it in to a cardboard picture carton. This is an easy and simple method, when packing fragile and delicate mirrors or picture frames.

When moving large heavy table tops made out of glass, you may need some one to help you move and lift the table, to be able to wrap it properly and safely. Bubble wrap alone will not add enough protection to larger pieces of glass, so you will need to further protect it by using removal blankets, to wrap around it especially on the corners. Corner protectors are also handy, as the will stop you from chipping the corners of the glass.

When loading a removal truck there are so many sensible ways you can protect your larger pieces of glass, like placing it in between your mattresses or cushions from the sofa, which also can be used to hold it upright in the removal truck.

The key to packing glass when moving home is to ensure that the whole glass is covered, with a thick layer of packaging protection. Prevention is better than cure when moving home, be sure your fragile and delicate glass items and furniture arrive at their new destination all in one piece.

When packing furniture with glass shelving, take out all the shelves before trying to move the item. Bubble wrap the shelves and secure in a box, don’t forget to label all boxes with contents.

Glass can easily be broken when moving it from A to B. Hiring a professional moving home, house removals company, to take care of your home packing and removals, can save you money, time and the effort in the long run. A professional moving home, house removals company in Towcester Northamptonshire will have the relevant insurance and experience in place to ensure you receive the best home packing service.

If you would like to book your house removal or find out more information on how to pack glass items safely when moving home in Towcester, Northamptonshire, then please get in touch with a member of our friendly team today, who will be able to assist you further with your exact needs and requirements.

How to pack glass items safely when moving home in Towcester, Northamptonshire

How to pack glass items safely when moving home in Towcester, Northamptonshire

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One Comment

  1. Thanks for the packing advises! Last time I moved I didn’t pack very well my glass items and half of them was broken. I will consider those tips for my next glass packing! Best regards

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