In addition, carriers will not disassemble or reassemble bunk beds or cribs for the safety of their children. Yes, moving companies will assemble and disassemble your furniture. In fact, some elements, such as bed frames, will need to be dismantled in order to move them safely. If your move is considered a local move (less than 100 miles), moves will charge their normal hourly rates.
If your move is considered a long-distance move, (more than 100 miles or from one state to another) moving companies will charge the service by the peso. However, please note that you will need to specify to the moving company beforehand that you need this service. If you haven't ordered to pack but need this service, you may be charged a small additional fee. We can't break some bunk beds.
If the bunk beds are a very simple bed on top of another bed, that's fine. If the bunk bed is an elaborate system with built-in stairs, landings or storage, we will not be able to help you. Lift up the rail, and then press the bottom with your knee to loosen it. Slide it all the way down and out of the bottom of the crib assembly.
You may need to lift the crib or move the side rail to release it completely. Let your moving company know that you need furniture disassembly and assembly services in advance so they can bill you accordingly and have the right people available on the day of your move. Some moving companies, depending on which ones you hire, will also provide cleaning services or may hire a cleaning service to help you clean your house after everything has moved. Sometimes, if you have assembled a piece of furniture in a room and you haven't moved it into that room, it may not necessarily go through the door.
If a crib has been assembled incorrectly or has been disassembled and reassembled several times, the risk of this tragic outcome is multiplied. Discuss your packing and disassembly needs with the moving company so you're both on the same page. When you move locally, your movers will be able to disassemble and assemble your furniture, but your move will take longer and cost you a little more. So before you decide, ask yourself if the new carriers will know how to reassemble the furniture.
or should you reassemble it yourself and turn it into a project for the new house? You should know which items in your home will need to be dismantled before the move (and then reassembled). Therefore, your total cost will depend on the size of your space and the amount of furniture you need to disassemble. If you move on a budget and are fully able to disassemble %26 reassemble the furniture yourself, do it yourself. The most common items that are dismantled are bed frames, large dining tables, desks (dressing table with built-in mirror) and dressing tables.
These types of furniture are designed to be assembled in the room in which they are going to enter, they do not necessarily need to be moved from one place to another.