Tuesday, 23 February 2016

What Are The Objects That Moving Companies Don’t Move?

Movers are rescuers. They are willing to move anything you own, don’t cringe during extreme weather and are ready to move you at any distance. So is there anything you they won’t move? Yes, and it is better you know the list in advance of the moving day to prevent disappointment and chaos.

Perilous items

As per federal rules, movers are not allowed to transport hazardous things. The list includes obvious materials such as ammunition, gasoline tanks, and propane tanks. The moving truck may also deny moving not-so-obvious things like car batteries, scuba tanks, nail polishes and darkroom chemicals.

Domestic plants

If you have potted plants at your current home and want to move them to your new home, here’s a news that might pinch a little.

Moving companies look at plants as tricky items to move. Some movers might toss a pot or two on the truck’s rear but most don’t allow during local, intrastate and cross-continental journeys. So you will have to digest the storm and move your favorite domestic nursery all by yourself. There is a risk of transporting bugs and other issues with plants into another place, which prevents movers to move plants.


If you are looking to move everything that’s loaded in your pantry, hold on. You can only move non-perishable stuff while perishable items are a strict no-go regardless of expiration date. It is better to be safe and load the moving truck with long shelf such as canned cereals, veggies and spices.

Concluding tip- It is better to be honest with your moving company about potential issues in advance to prevent denial from mover on the moving day.

If you have important documents to store or move, consult our Storage in Dubai personnel. 

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