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Moving Oddball Belongings

During your decluttering stage, you will notice that you’ve accumulated so many things. Some useful, some not so much but nonetheless you will be moving your belongings. Just how much of it will be up to you.

Simplify and Get Rid of Clutter

There might be a moment while looking over your things when you’re wondering will I ever use this? Do I need this? Is this sentimental? If you said “yes” to any of these, there is a higher chance of it belonging in your new home. You might wonder, how am I going to transport all these things? Especially, items that are unique like a baby grand piano. You don’t want to damage it but you don’t know what to do with it. You have options such as doing it yourself, getting your friends to help, and much more but hiring a moving company that specializes in small moves will be a simpler way. You know how to handle the rest, but items that need extra care should be done by professionals.


Sterling has over twenty years of moving experience. We’ve encountered all different type of moves with unique items and some without. We can move just about anything to anywhere. Our movers have transported statues, giant glass pieces, grandfather clocks, pianos, chandeliers, pool tables, hot tubs, vintage cars, motorcycles/ scooters, skee ball machines, arcade and pinball machines, drink vending machines, jukeboxes, player pianos, pipe organs, air hockey tables, and much more within California and across states nationwide.

Antique clock- Grandfather clock


There is special care in transporting these unique, odd items. For example, typically a piano is indoors but how did it get in there? How did it fit through the doorway? If you hired a moving company, then the professional moving team had to disassemble some of the parts and reassemble it. If you try to do it yourself, you might get lucky and not damage it but there are higher chances you might. Avoid that entire headache and hire expert movers to make your transition a much smoother one.





Motivational Note: "Strive for progress; not perfection."

Happy Moving!