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A Guide to Packing Moving Boxes

Moving day approaching and the task of packing up your belongings becomes more of an urgency. Packing for a move in or out of St. Louis is not on anyone’s list of favorite things to do, which is why they typically call All My Sons Moving & Storage for a reputable St. Louis packing service to take the load of their hands. However, if you’re in the minority of people who do enjoy or want to pack themselves, then it’s important to know how to pack boxes like a St. Louis mover.

  1. Medium Cardboard Boxes

The professionals that provide our St. Louis packing service use medium boxes to hold heavier items such as books and other media. These moving boxes are easier to carry heavy loads as opposed to larger boxes.

  1. Large Cardboard Boxes

Professionals prefer to use these boxes for bulky kitchen accessories, pots and pans, small appliances, and toys.

  1. Extra Large Cardboard Boxes

Our team places bulkier items in these boxes. This includes linens, towels, or other lightweight large items. These boxes are spacious, but the contents are lighter in weight than medium or large boxes for easy carrying.

  1. Corrugated Carton Boxes

St. Louis packing service professionals use corrugated carton boxes due to the sturdy, double-walled construction, making it suitable for china and glassware.

  1. Wardrobe Box

This specialty packing product can transport clothing from the closet. What makes this box ideal is that it comes equipped with a hanger bar, making it easy to transfer clothing both in and out.

  1. Flat Screen TV Box

As the name suggests, St. Louis packing service professionals use this specialized packing product to safely transport expensive flat screen televisions.

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