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February 28, 2024

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How to Withstand Furniture Trauma

Introduction

When you move into your first apartment, there’s a lot of excitement. You get to fill your new space with furniture and decor that is all your own. But then the movers come, and everything goes from quick and easy to agonizingly slow. It feels like it will never end! Luckily, there are some things you can do to make moving day go smoothly. Here are my tips:

Keep track of everything you need.

In addition to keeping track of everything you own, it’s important to keep track of everything that needs replacing. This can include:

  • Your couch is old and falling apart.
  • The dining room table has a chunk missing from one corner, but the rest is fine.
  • The coffee table was damaged in a move and needs repaired or replaced entirely (and this time around, we’re going to get one made out of solid walnut).

The best way to do this? Keep an inventory list on your phone! It’ll help ensure that nothing slips through the cracks, which means less stress when it comes time for furniture trauma cleanup day–you’ll know exactly what pieces need fixing up at home before they get destroyed by your kids/spouse/dog (or worse).

Have a plan for the big stuff.

If you’re moving with the big stuff, it’s best to get it out of the way first. This is where having a plan can save you from a lot of trouble later on. If you’re not sure what needs to be done, take some time to consider the logistics: Do I have enough boxes? Are there any repairs that need to be done before I move? Is anyone else helping me? Once all these questions are answered, then we can move onto step two: making sure everything goes smoothly during transport and unloading.

My first piece of advice is this: Get help if needed! Whether it’s hiring movers or recruiting friends and family members who are willing (and able) to lend a hand–don’t try doing everything yourself unless they’re small items like lamps or bookshelves; those things should be easy enough for one person alone anyway!

Next up: Have everything ready before moving day arrives so there won’t be any unnecessary delays later down the line once things start happening fast-paced style around here…

Don’t try to be superman!

Don’t try to be superman!

If you’re planning on moving a couch and your brother-in-law is there to help, don’t try to lift it by yourself. It doesn’t matter how strong you are–you will end up hurting yourself or breaking something (your back, the couch). If your mother-in-law asks if she can help with anything before she leaves for the airport, politely decline her offer and tell her that hiring professionals is much easier than trying to do everything yourself.

Hire professionals who specialize in moving furniture from one home into another: movers, cleaners and painters all have their own unique skillsets that make them valuable assets when it comes time for moving day.

Don’t wait until it’s too late!

If you’re not sure what to do, call a professional. If you can’t afford a professional and don’t want to risk damaging your furniture, there are many DIY videos online that can help.

Don’t wait until it’s too late!

It’s better to be prepared than be sorry.

The best way to avoid furniture trauma is by being prepared. Know what you’re getting into, and have a plan.

Avoiding furniture trauma means having everything you need before starting your project. Don’t try to be superman and think that you can wing it with only one hand tied behind your back; get all of your supplies together in advance and keep track of them so they don’t go missing! And remember: The time spent gathering tools and materials will pay off later on when things go smoothly instead of falling apart at the last minute like they usually do when people try this method (and fail).

Conclusion

In conclusion, we hope that we’ve been able to help you understand why it’s so important to be prepared for furniture trauma. If nothing else, remember this: don’t wait until it’s too late! The sooner you start planning for your move, the better off you’ll be in the long run.