Is It Worth To Moving Appliances When Relocating? It has built-in speakers, temperature-controlled doors, sliding shelves, and an ice cream machine. You’re hopelessly in love with your new refrigerator and can’t fathom your life without it. The issue is that you’re moving, and the fridge doesn’t appear to be going anywhere. Moving appliances is difficult, and the larger they are, the more difficult it is to move them. So, which appliances should you bring with you when you move, and which should you leave for the next lucky person?
Moving is difficult; parting with your high-end appliances can be much more difficult. We at WowMover know a thing or two about moving appliances, so we thought we’d share some tips on which ones should stay, which ones should go, and which ones aren’t worth the trouble.
So, which appliances are really worth it? Here’s the truth about the home appliances we love and the ones we might have to say goodbye to.
Moving Large Refrigerators
You’ve probably figured out that your refrigerator isn’t exactly a shoo-in for the moving truck by now. However, the explanation behind this may surprise you. While our refrigerators appear to be tough, they are actually rather delicate, and it’s highly unlikely that they will arrive at their destination undamaged. You can, however, increase your chances by taking the necessary safeguards.
Getting an Air Conditioner Moved
Air conditioners are probably the holy grail of appliances, in that they are highly sought after, highly prized, and difficult to reinstall. Unfortunately, if you want to carry one with you to your new home, you’ll have to do just that. Relocating your air conditioner might cost anywhere between $500 and $750, including components and labor, depending on the distance traveled. As a result, it is a costly moving truck passenger. If you’re attempting to save money on moving, you might want to leave the air conditioning to the future owner.
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Relocating a Dishwasher
When is it not handy to use a dishwasher? When you’re trying to get them to move. Yes, as difficult as it may be to believe, these helpful, convenient household appliances may be a hindrance when transporting them.
Washing Machine Moving
The washing machine, while not as delicate as the refrigerator, has a flaw in its drum. You’ll also need to replace the transportation rods that came with your washing machine in order to keep the drum immobile during transit. Consult your owner’s handbook or the people at the store where you got it if you’re not sure how to do it. You might also wish to enlist some assistance because washing machines are quite heavy.
Although you are not required to leave your appliances behind, doing so may help you sell your property faster. Because they generally do not have their own appliances, first-time homebuyers opt for homes that are completely equipped. Also, buyers would prioritize your property above similar-priced homes if they see it fully equipped with the latest equipment in excellent shape. Also, make sure to include your appliances in your listing. Your realtor can assess your home depending on the state of your appliances and help you sell it for more money.
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Okay, so your appliances have a special place in your heart, and the prospect of abandoning them is too much for you to handle. Just don’t say WowMover didn’t tell you about the difficulties you’ll face if you decide to relocate them. We’ve relocated a lot of appliances ourselves, and we can assure you that it’s not a job for the faint of heart or the weak of will.
Fortunately, at WowMover, we have the skills and years of experience necessary to transfer your appliances with ease. We’ll dismantle what needs to be dismantled, connect what needs to be connected, transport it to your new home without causing damage, and then reverse the process once we’ve arrived.
WowMover will put together a bespoke package based on your budget and needs, whether it’s only an appliance that has to be moved or a full-service moving.
Contact us today for a free moving quote, and we’ll get you started on the right track.