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How to Pack and Move a Large Television


If you are getting ready for a big move, you may be wondering exactly how to pack and transfer your larger items such as furniture and bulky electronics. Whether you are moving to Phoenix from far away or from a short distance, it’s crucial to know how to properly pack and move your large television. You want to ensure safety and protection for your expensive purchase and it’s imperative to have the proper packing supplies ready to go. All My Sons Moving & Storage provides you with the best guide for how to pack and transport your large TV.

Packing your Television

You will first need to prepare your TV for the move by unplugging and removing all cords from the tv and the wall. Roll up all cords and wires and place them in a bag with the remote. You do not want to misplace these important items during the moving process. Use foam pieces to protect the TV and prevent it from shifting while in the box. You can secure the foam with packing paper and you should wrap the entire TV with this material to prevent scratches. These packing supplies will ensure protection during transportation. You should then carefully place the TV in the proper moving box. We suggest that you save the original box the TV came in for the best fit, however if you got rid of it, you can always purchase the proper sized box.

Moving your Television

We recommend that you have help to move your large tv to the loading truck since they can be very heavy and difficult to transfer on your own. If you have a far distance from your front door to the moving truck, you may want to consider using a dolly for extra help. Place the TV in a strategic spot on the truck where it won’t easily move around.

Once you have successfully moved your TV on the truck, you will have completed the hard part! Now it’s time to unload it.

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