No matter how much we bash technology and its effects on our daily lives and personal interaction, the reality is that we can’t live without it. Everything is so entangled in technological advancement that you can’t really escape it anymore. For better or worse we are now living our lives easier, at a faster pace and with so much information that we end up with short attention spans and tangled cords. Because although we are trying to go completely wireless our home appliances are still utilizing cords and this isn’t bound to change any time soon. Your oven, the microwave, fridge and even TV – all of them have at least one plug and probably a couple of other cables as well. And this is why in our article today, we are going to give you some advice on how to pack your electronic appliances properly, so you can send them, using the services of XPERT Delivery and get them to where you want at a cheap rate.
For starters, if you want something of yours moved to a different place, where you will be setting it up, it is a good idea to take a good look at how it is set up now. Maybe even take some pictures. Sure, this may not be too much of a problem with the microwave, but imagine if you are moving a whole desktop system, or even a server – you will need to take proper care of those cables and you will need to know what goes where!
Kind of following the same note – carefully separate all the cords and remotes, if there are any, and set them aside. Label them somehow if you need to, but at least keep them all together. They should go in ONE box and should ideally fit together with the large appliance. If we are talking about a flatscreen TV, you may want to take a look at some packing options on the market. There are boxes, which are designed specifically for TVs and may save you a lot of trouble if you are trying to sell your entire home cinema, but don’t know how to deliver it to the buyer. These are things you have to consider in advance, since you want to be able to send the items as soon as possible.
That being said, if you keep your original boxes, use them. This will save you a lot of trouble and hassle, because these boxes are specifically designed to fit your given device. And most of them are ready for transportation, without requiring additional packaging. We tell you all of that, because we want you to be completely satisfied not only with our service, but with the overall experience. Although we do transport unprotected items, they are not covered by insurance and we cannot guarantee that they will be undamaged. And while this may be fine for a robust piece of furniture, you wouldn’t want your electronics to ship unpacked.