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  • Packing the Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Packing the Living/Family Room
  • Packing the Bedroom(s)
  • Packing the Outdoors/Garage
  • Preparing the Large Appliances
  • Packing Materials
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"Professionally and well done. Good communication throughout the process. Good job"

- Paul Santoro

"Drivers were very friendly and courteous he explained all of the paperwork in a professional manner. Both the driver and helper were very efficient, careful with all furniture, items and quick. They did an excellent job. I highly recommend Nationwide and its staff"

- Linda Howard-Kurnet

"The movers were great! They wrapped my furniture quickly and loaded everything with ease. They were friendly too"

- Sasha Shapiro

Packing the Outdoors/Garage

Packing your Outdoor Equipment: If you have a swing set or an outdoor child gym, disassemble it prior to your move out day. If necessary, contact a third party. All BBQ grills (if working on gas) need to be disassembled from the propane tanks and the tanks need to be emptied (If your mover is willing to ship the propane tank, keep in mind it will have to be purged). Remember to also empty the lawn mower and/or any lawn equipment. Remove cushions from your patio furniture. Pack the cushions into a large (4.5 CuFt) carton or wardrobe boxes (16.0 CuFt). Keep your patio umbrella clean by wrapping it in a plastic bag and taping it shut, do not pack the weighted umbrella stand.

Packing your Garage

Start by disposing of the items that cannot be shipped (Please check the Non Shippable Item list). Gardening tools, as well as brooms/mops should be bundled and secured together. Be sure to remove the attachments from large power tools and pack these items separately into a box. You may use old towels to wrap and tape any sharp-edged tools. Always use small boxes (1.5 CuFt) when packing heavy tools. Remember to safely drain the oil and gas from your tools before hand.

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