Poll? Do you Move heavy furniture?

Do you move all furniture?  Or do you ask you clients to bring in movers if you want a heavy piece moved from one room to another?

They have a very large/heavy sectional....and it would have to be tilted to get it through to another room...what do you do??

 

Thanks!

Natascha 

 

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Rainmaker
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Terrylynn Fisher
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Take a crew...Use moving men...etc.  Do what you have to.
March 02, 2008 08:49 PM
Rainmaker
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Cindy Bryant
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I would hire someone to help you, even a high school football player would work.
March 03, 2008 01:41 AM
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Janis Gaines
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Yes, I love those strong, muscular young folks that make lifting the heavy stuff look like a breeze. However, you might want to check with your insurance company to see how this would play out if there was damage to the homeowner's property, furniture or home.
March 03, 2008 03:51 AM
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Yvonne Root
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Ah Natascha, isn't interesting to see the various solutions. Then you have to decide which one best suits you, this particular client and the place where you have already set yourself in your relationship with them. Are they the DIY types? Have you left room in your consultation for additional costs? Do you have the right contacts to help with the moving?

One other thing I thought about is that if it is indeed a sectional it should break up into some or many pieces. It may not be as difficult as you first envisioned. It will be fun to know what you do end up doing.

March 03, 2008 09:19 AM
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Lynn Crawford
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Natascha - I can't tell you how many times I've had to "muscle" furniture in and out of rooms. My assistant and I once moved a 600-lb television armoire (not something I'd recommend doing every day.) As a matter of fact I'm trying to type this with my arm in a brace - we packed up the storage area in preparation  for a vacant this weekend and my tendonitis is acting up.
March 03, 2008 09:53 AM
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