Moving your belongings can be a challenge. There is the planning and logistics that go into finding movers, getting quotes, and setting up a pickup and delivery time. There is also safeguarding your most delicate possessions to ensure a successful delivery. In particular, one of the most common and challenging items to ship safely is a big screen TV. Becoming a ubiquitous part of modern living, the big screen TV will put up several hurdles that you have to overcome if you want to ensure a smooth delivery. With that in mind, let’s take a moment to review how to safely move your big screen TV.
Consider Getting The Right Box
Were you aware that they make boxes specifically for big screen TVs? Your best bet is to go with the box that the big screen TV originally came in. If you cannot secure that television box, then you will want to choose a box that best fits the dimensions of your TV. From our experience the best TV wrapping box is theThis any size TV moving box from Home Depot allows you to pack most TVS upto 70″. This box includes a foam bag and corners for extra protection for upto 85 lbs TV. This box is intended for moving purposes only not recommended for shipping.
If you dont have access to this box to successfully packaging a TV larger than 54 inches will require you telescoping two boxes around either end and taping them together to provide full coverage.
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Prepare The TV For Moving
Unscrew any base for the TV. If any part of the TV needs to be protected, it will be the screen. The one thing you want to avoid is pressure impact over the moving process as this can destroy parts of the screen. You will want to wrap the screen in sheets and blankets. You will want to wrap that with bubble wrap until everything is securely in place. If you are placing the TV in a box, then you can use crumpled up newspaper as a back support.
Removing TV from wall mount
Taking a TV off a wall mount can be a challenge, flat-screen LED TV’s weigh between 10 and 55 pounds, depending on their size. If you have a heavy flat-screen TV, you’ll want to make sure you are two people taking it down.
If you have an Articulating/Full Motion TV wall mount bracket , it will be easier to remove since you have visibility of the back of the TV.
In this article below, I am going to emphasis on 3 common types of wall mount locking mechanisms which you want to understand about before removing your TV.
True, hiring movers will cost you money. However, by having someone experienced with moving TVs take care of packing and moving the TV from one home to the next, you can guarantee that your TV will arrive unhurt. Consider the current cost of your television and how much it would cost to replace. For a fraction of that cost, you can hire Cargo Cabbie movers to ensure that your TV does not risk damage. Having handled countless televisions in the past, they will be able to provide invaluable experience that will give you peace of mind.
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Soon enough, you’ll be relaxing in your living room watching the Jays, Raptors & Leafs on your big screen TV…if the kids don’t take it over to watch Paw Patrol.