Tips in Choosing the Right Size Moving Boxes – Removalists Mosman
Moving is never an easy or straightforward endeavour. There’s a lot of permutations, especially around space in the moving truck and what boxes to use for what items. Sometimes you might have the benefits of having skilled removalists in Mosman, or Eastern Suburbs or your area, but other times, it may be you on your own. We’ve got some killer tips for you here to help you pick the right size!
Don’t Go Exclusively One Size, Mix Up Your Box Sizes
Truth is, your belongings come in all different shapes, sizes and weight categories. So it’s fair to say that there is no one size fits all when it comes to getting boxes.
Bigger Boxes Means More Items
If you’re trying to purchase as few boxes as possible, then naturally bigger is better for you. You don’t need a Nobel Prize in Physics to know that a box with more space will fit more (or bigger) items in it. Watch out for some items in big boxes though, as the more empty the box, the more room there is for things to move around in transit and potentially get damaged.
However, They Usually Cost More
Bigger boxes do cost more per box than others. They might not be the way to go if you’re looking to both spread out your costs, but also be thrifty in your move. Of course, you can always offset this by finding cheap removals in Sydney.
Plus, They Tend to Weigh More
More simple physics : the more things you put into a box, the heavier it becomes. If you’re looking for some boxes that are a bit easier on the knees, you should plump for some smaller boxes too.
Try Some Office Boxes
These boxes are great. They fit things like books, glasses, cups and mugs and other smaller items. Plus, they have a great added benefit of usually coming with handles in the sides to make for easier, more convenient and safer lifting.
Moving Boxes Come in Small, Medium and Large…
… and extra large. This means you can adjust what you pack into each box accordingly.
Plan What You Will Pack in Advance
It’s always easier to plan things out. If you have a rough idea over what you want to pack with what, and your general plan of attack, it will be easier when choosing your boxes.
Generally we find that most injuries suffered during moving comes from lifting boxes that are just plain too heavy. Often it stems from not bending your knees, however, I think it’s much easier if you just don’t overload the box in the first place.
If You’re Buying The Boxes, Think About What You Can Reuse them For
You will most likely want to get your money’s worth with these boxes, so consider what you can store in them in the attic or what else you can use them for in future. If you’re not going to use them, think about where you can store them for next time too. The bigger the box, the bigger the storage footprint. Alternatively, you can always recycle them.
I hope you find good value in these tips. Choosing the right boxes for your needs is important to help in as smooth and stress free a move as possible.