Moving house with electronics can be a real task, even if you are just moving round the corner let alone to another city or in to storage facilities. Packing your electrical equipment can be a trouble some task sorting out the wires and cables, not as easy as packing clothing or bedding for your move.

[box font=”palatinol” fontsize=”20″]The best way to pack your electronics safely and effectively when moving home [/box]

Electrical equipment is easily broken and can be damage easily if not packed and stored in the correct manner.

[icon type=”vector” icon=”momizat-icon-143″ size=”32″ icon_color=”#f48a00″ ]It is always best to get as much boxes and packing materials as you can before you start packing. However if you do have the original packaging that the electronics came in when you first bought it use these boxes as they will fit in perfectly. Many moving firms will supply you with any specialist removal type boxes you will need to pack your electronic equipment safely. This is the safest and most efficient way of packing your electricals, like your plasma t.v, computer, stereo system, speakers etc. When moving house with electronics you will need to pack them in double walled boxes these boxes are deigned to be strong as they have a double cardboard layer for extra protection.

[icon type=”vector” icon=”momizat-icon-143″ size=”32″ icon_color=”#f48a00″ ]Start the packing process a few days before your moving day, you may need to leave electronics like your computer unpacked as you may need them on a day to day basis, but items like your stereo should be packed days before you move. Try not to leave the packing until the last minute. leaving it till the last minute when you are in a rush and your belongings are being moved by the removal team it is easy to not pack your electronic devices correctly, which could result in them being damaged when being moved by the removal team.

[icon type=”vector” icon=”momizat-icon-143″ size=”32″ icon_color=”#f48a00″ ]It is best to dismantle all electronics before actually moving them, unplug from sockets, untangle all wires and take out any screws that are holding the equipment together. If your devices have ink cartridges in disconnect them and put into a bag for safe keeping and place back into the box with it’s correct device. Removal all CDs, DVDs and tapes from their machine to avoid damaging the laser beam in your DVD player or computer, put these items into a clear bag and place into the correct box, if your machine has a remote control wrap it in some bubble wrap to avoid scratches then place this into the box with the correct device.

[icon type=”vector” icon=”momizat-icon-143″ size=”32″ icon_color=”#f48a00″ ]So you can remember how to put  your electronics and wires back together you can either use coloured tape to put on each wire and each connection point so you can simply math the colours together, taking a picture of the wires or numbering them all of these are good techniques for remembering how to wire your electronics back together at your new home (this will have to be done before you unplug any wires out of the machine).

[icon type=”vector” icon=”momizat-icon-143″ size=”32″ icon_color=”#f48a00″ ]Always use bubble wrap to fit around the device when it is in it’s box, as sometimes there can be a lot of room for movement inside. Make sure you have carefully wrapped the device in bubble wrap and put into a double or triple – wall boxes.

[icon type=”vector” icon=”momizat-icon-143″ size=”32″ icon_color=”#f48a00″ ]All boxes should be labeled very fragile and with electronics wrote on the boxes, you should also make sure that your boxes clearly state what way up the box should be held. When the removal men come across these boxes they will know to take extra care. All electricals should be handled correctly.

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