Moving When Painting an Entire House
Painting an entire house can be stressful. First there’s all of the prep work, and then there’s the actual painting, and lastly there’s the period of time—typically a couple of hours or more--when you should wait to move back in. But one of the top stressors when it comes to painting a house has got to be figuring out what to do with all of that FURNITURE!
Moving furniture from one room to another can be a real hassle and headache when you’ve got to paint more than one room--or even an entire floor (or house!). Not only do you have to plan for where to clear space for the furniture, but you’ve also got to figure out how to do it and not destroy your vertebrae (or what’s left of it, in my case).
A great solution to this all-to-common conundrum is to hire a moving company. Not everyone readily associates the two, but painting contractors and moving companies often make a super combination when it comes to quickly and efficiently knocking out big painting jobs. Try it!
The great thing about a fully equipped moving company is threefold: They move your furniture. They pack your furniture. And most importantly, they will often provide storage for your furniture. Instead of having to store your furniture in rooms that are already cluttered or dripping with paint, just have the furniture safely moved to a remote location. Keep in mind that the staff that work for reputable moving companies are trained to gently move valuable and fragile furniture, so you needn’t worry about your precious things coming back with scrapes and punctures.
Also keep in mind--If you’re interested in cutting costs--schedule your move during a slow season or in-between Monday and Thursday.
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