Packing Crate Services: 10 Things to Know


Packing crate services might feel like the last thing you want to think about while moving. But actually, a good crating can reduce a lot of extra loading and unloading time, make your move more efficient and safer for your belongings ‒ especially on long distances.

Crate packaging protects your items from damage and makes it times easier to load and unload everything with high efficiency. And if you ever need crate services, you want the company providing them to be professionals ‒ this is why we choose Paradise Moving company:

Crating can be done using different materials, and this specialty allows different approaches. Let’s see what you need to know about crate services before and after ordering them.

What to consider while ordering crating services?

When you look for a crate packaging company, always look out for these things:

  • the prices: don’t rush and get as many quotes as possible until you find the perfectly competitive price;
  • always consider factors like damage compensation, labor costs, etc.;
  • look for a company that buys packaging materials close to their location ‒ this way service costs can be reduced;
  • evaluate the quality of customer service ‒ it can say a lot about the company;
  • try to find the crating company closer to your location ‒ again, this might reduce the cost of services;
  • check the experience ‒ experienced companies usually have better materials and higher quality of services.

And if you have found your perfect crating services, it’s best to keep your communication line two-way open. Leave feedback, don’t hesitate to report any damage, and always report about successful packaging and transportation. You can even add pictures to your review ‒ this will be helpful for the company. Also, if you have installed damage indicators like seals or any other stuff, you can check them right after unloading crated packages to see if any damage is done to your belongings.


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