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The Surprising Things Your Movers Won’t Move

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Preparing for the move is not an easy task. Nor it should be. There are many things you need to plan and cover in order to ensure a safe and smooth relocation. That is why you need to research a lot before start taking any action. For instance, if you are moving to NYC, you will need to know moving costs Brooklyn. Therefore, you will need all the help you can get regarding relevant information that will help you prepare properly. You probably already know that moving company can take care of a lot of things. They can cover everything from planning your move to the packing, and transportation. But, that will cost you a fair amount of money. Even if you are willing to go that way, you need to know that there are things your movers won’t move. Here is what you need to know about that topic.

Which are things your movers won’t move?

Speaking about the things your movers won’t move, you need to know that there is a good reason for such a decision. It is not that moving company do not like those things, hence they do not want to move them. There are special regulations that prohibit certain things to be moved via regular moving trucks. This is because they are dangerous or unstable for regular ways of transportation. On the other side, there are some things that are of an extraordinary value, hence your movers do not want to risk. As you can see, the reasons are numerous but valid. Therefore, you will need to know which are items that your movers won’t move.

It is important to realize that not every mover has the same policy regarding things they won’t move. That is why you will need to inform further based on your location. If you are planning an NYC move, make sure to ask your Brooklyn movers about their policy regarding prohibited items. This is the best way for you to be sure that there will be no surprises on moving day.

Drugs, Weapons and Illegal items

The very first thing you need to know about the things your movers won’t move is that nothing illegal is in game. Not even if you are moving locally. Moving company workers are professionals, and they will never involve themselves in illegal or criminal activities. Therefore, they will always ask you if you are transporting anything illegal such as unlicensed weapons, drugs or any contraband. Not only that they will refuse to transport such items, but they will need to inform the local police force about these things. Here we will list some of the most common hazardous items that are among things your movers won’t move.

No weapons sign
Never ask movers to move weapons

Hazardous materials

Speaking about hazardous materials, there is a large probability that you actually have some home, but you are not aware of it. There are many items on this list, and some of them are in everyday use. It is not forbidden to use them, but they can’t be transported by unspecialized ways of transportation, especially if moving long distance. That could really cause a lot of problems, so make sure to avoid them. Good news is that your movers will emphasize which items are considered to be hazardous, hence you’ll have no trouble with identifying such at your home.

Hazardous items in your cleaning cabinet

  • Aerosol cans
  • Ammonia
  • Bleach
  • Cleaning solvents
  • Nail polish
  • Pool chemicals

Hazardous items in your kitchen

Hazardous items in your garage

  • Car batteries
  • Scuba Tanks
  • Charcoal and lighter fluid
  • Fertilizer
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fuels/Oils
  • Paint/Varnishes
  • Paint thinner
  • Pesticides
  • Weed killers
cleaning products
Most cleaning products are hazardous

Food and Perishable Items

One more group of things your movers won’t move are organic materials. Even though most of such items are actually food, your houseplants are in this group as well. Therefore, you will need to find another way to transport your plants, both small and big ones. Speaking about food, you must be aware that frozen food, open containers, or used food from your fridge can’t go in the moving truck. These things can get bad very easy, and mover will not risk such thing by including them in moving inventory list. Besides, moving food that is easily perishable doesn’t have any sense no matter if you are moving to another part of a town, or across the state.

Item of an extraordinary value

Now, this is certainly the biggest list of things your movers won’t move, and it depends on the company internal policy. Most of these items have a high value, either material or sentimental, and damaging or losing them could cost your movers a lot. On the other hand, you probably wouldn’t let anyone but you to handle some of the most precious things you have in your possession. And just when looking for long distance moving specialists you can rely on to help you safely transport your (other) belongings, you want these special items to remain unimpaired. Additionally, some of these things are not even in the moving insurance policy inventory, hence no one is responsible for them but you.

It is logical that you will not give your jewelry, cash or personal documents to anyone. Therefore, your ID, passport, cash, work documents, medical records, and checkbooks will travel close to you. If you have a safe, your movers will be able to move it only if it is completely empty and without keys. Some of the other items in this group are medicines, family photos, airline tickets, laptops, and mobile phones.

golden jewelry
If you have any jewelry, always keep it close to yourself

Make sure you do not insist on transporting these items

Now you can continue planning your upcoming relocation. Keep in mind what you have learned about things your movers won’t move in order to avoid unpleasantries. Make sure you do not include any of these, especially if movers are packing your stuff. Therefore, make sure you get rid of any things from the above list. You can either donate, sell them or simply throw away anything you do not need at your new place. And when it comes to things you actually need, you will need to organize special transport for those. It would be great if you can transport them in your own car, or rent a special moving service for the task. Just make sure you coordinate everything before the moving day in order to avoid any extra business. And remember, a key to the successful relocation is good preparation.

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