Moving from one home to another will always require transporting essential items before anything else. If you’re moving a short distance, however, it becomes much easier to move everything you want. In this situation, essentials and non-essentials are likely to be moved simultaneously.
Unfortunately, the challenges that come with a long distance move changes things up, and non-essential items are harder to bring along. In many cases, moving companies will be unable to move certain items due to liability, safety, etc. To learn about what you should not be packing for a long distance move, check out the information we here at Augusta Movers have come up with below.
As the name suggests, hazardous materials are chemicals that are not safe due to a number of different factors (flammable, corrosive, hazardous fumes, etc). These items include but are not limited to:
- Rubbing alcohol
- Hair dyes
- Acetone (nail polish remover)
- Hand sanitizer
- Laundry detergent, softener, etc.
These substances are often considered dangerous due to their harmful nature on humans and their body/general health. Some of the substances that are not allowed to be moved long distance with a moving company include:
- Insecticides & pesticides
- Weed killers
- Cleaners (CLR, bleach, ammonia-based products, etc.)
- Paint/paint thinners
- Bug sprays/head lice products
Other materials that are not allowed to be moved long distance include explosive materials. These things include:
- Aerosols such as air fresheners, hairspray, dry shampoos and deodorants
- Propane tanks
How Our Team Can Help
Finding the perfect moving company can be a challenge, but here at Augusta Movers we try to meet any and all of your needs. With our highly experienced team, you can relax knowing all of the difficult work is being dealt with in the most professional way possible. To learn more about our long distance moving services in Toronto, be sure to phone us at +1 (647) 783-8730 today!