What Your Movers Won't Move

things you can't put on a moving vanby Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Well done, you're the wise person who arranged your moving company in Colorado Springs in plenty of time, walked through your residence with a moving company sales rep to ascertain the amount of trucks and staff you'll need, and successfully packed and labeled your cartons.
 

Next, have you read the terms and conditions on the contract? If you did not read the total thing, and many people do not get past the dates and numbers before their eyeballs glaze over, find it, have a seat, and study it at this moment. Fill an extra mug of coffee if you wish to, but when you get to the section about what the professional movers in Colorado Springs won't be able to put on the moving van, odds are pretty good that contract will have your undivided interest.

What You Can't Transport

Which of these is Prohibited on a moving van? Are any of these unlawful for the team to load and move, or is it merely company policy? The answer is a very uncomplicated, it all depends.

· Ferns

· Mower

· Fireworks

· Cash

The only thing in the above list that may go on the truck would be the lawn mower--if the oil and gas tanks have already been emptied. Indoor plants normally are unable to cross state lines--that is a legal issue--and moving companies in Colorado Springs would not like any bugs living in leaves or the soil jumping ship on the truck itself.

Fireworks are forbidden.

Moving companies will not be liable for valuables on the moving van. Your homeowner’s insurance policy may handle any material losses, but in all likelihood won't replace missing cash. Get it to the bank and get it as soon as you're settled or carry it together with you.

What's Against the law to Transfer

So, the list of the items it's not possible to pack and load is not such a bore, in fact. These are several other things that movers are not going to load, and the explanations why not.

· Anything that is flammable, corrosive, explosive or combustible and could in theory place the lives of the workers and the equipment in danger, is prohibited. So, a garden tractor with an empty gas/oil reservoir is ok, but an aerosol can of disinfectant is not.

· Plants--some states have protocols on which houseplants can cross the state line. Bugs and pests which aren't an issue in a few states are enormous threats in others, therefore leave your houseplants for the neighbors or get them to your buddies. Should you be bringing the planting pots, clean them with bleach before you load them.

· Alcohol--regulations vary between states. Be safe and have an empty the bar party before you move.

· Gasoline

What Most Company Guidelines Prohibit

Each professional mover in Colorado Springs has its own directory of prohibited things, nevertheless these tend to be the common items you can expect to leave behind or carry yourself.

Chemical substances are based on their capacity to have interaction with other matter and alter the shape and substance of the matter. In layman's terms, this means that if you set weed killer and wood stains on the moving van jointly and they happen to connect under stress or heat, seriously bad things can occur. And in case you believe a couple of bottles of nail polish and remover plus a chemistry set won't pack enough of a wallop to make any difference, you would be mistaken. So Never pack the following.

· Household Cleaning products

· Paint and Paint Remover--this includes nail polish

· Pool chemicals

· Pesticides, Weed Killers, as well as Fertilizers

· Aerosol Cans

· Perishable Foods

· Fireworks

Remember that grocery delivery is a wonderful thing--purchase online and have your cleaning materials, paper products, and food items shipped soon after you have gotten to your new home.

When you have any questions concerning some products, consult your moving company in Colorado Springs before moving day, especially if you want to make other plans for transport or charitable donations.

Click HERE for A-1 Freeman Moving Group’s listing of Non-Transportable Items.

 

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