The most difficult items to move from home to home are your appliances.
That said, when you want to take your appliances with you, a little
planning will go a long way in helping you move while also mitigating
stress often associated with the moving your appliances.
Consider these five tips shared by Jumia to help you move your appliances.
see if they will fit through the door. In some cases, you may need to
remove the door to get clearance or bring the appliance in through a
larger frame such as a sliding glass door. Once you have the dimensions
and planned out the move, you can proceed to prepare the space and the
appliances for the task.
stones, or other foreign objects can damage your floors more than the
appliances themselves. Vacuum, sweep or mop the area where you will be
bringing in the appliance.
protective covering where you will be moving the appliances. While you
can use cardboard to protect a clean floor, it is the least effective
way. A much better way to protect your floor is to use leftover carpet
pieces or runners.
accommodate them safely, you will need to prepare the appliances by
removing food and place it in a portable cooler. unplug the fridge and
you can do this for every other item in your home.
things you can do to simplify your move is to ask for help from friends
or family. Having more hands on deck will enable the load to be
distributed more widely. Having fresh arms will make the move safer and
both space and the appliances, you are ready for the easiest (and
hardest) part: the physical labour. With confidence, you will be able to
move fridges, stoves, washing machines, washers, and dryers into your
new place, knowing that your floors, walls, and appliances will be in
the same condition as they are now.