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How To Utilize Municipal Junk Removal Services In Metro Vancouver If You’re Moving

When you’re moving, you’re probably also purging. There may be junk you need to get rid of. You could pay a junk removal company to come and take it all away – and that may be your best bet for various types of junk and a big load.

 

But did you know that many Metro Vancouver cities offer free pick up or junk clear out? They are limited though, so don’t think you’ve hit the jackpot! There is a reason junk removal companies in Vancouver are so abundant.

 

In this article, we’ll let you know a few ways you can have your junk removed by city services, which you may already pay taxes for.

Corporation of Delta yearly spring clean up

 

If you are moving within or out of Delta, and if moving day is in the spring, you could plan to get rid of a lot of your junk for free. While there are limits to what the corporation will take, you can use this opportunity to throw out broken furniture, useless toys, old couches, BBQs and stuff that can be bundled up, as long as it doesn’t violate the ‘not accepted’ terms. Mattresses are not accepted – keep that in mind!

 

See more info below:

 

https://www.delta.ca/services/garbage-recycling/spring-clean-up

Burnaby large item and appliance pick up program

 

If you are a Burnaby resident, you can ask the city to come to your curb to pick up the ‘big things’ that you need to throw away. Mattresses are eligible, unlike Delta’s spring clean up rules. But, they do require you call them beforehand to make sure they will take your item. If you live in an apartment, you may have to make arrangements to move your large item to a special area, which can involve some heavy lifting.

 

See more info below:

 

https://www.burnaby.ca/City-Services/Garbage—Recycling/Large-Item—Appliance-Pick-Up.html

 

New Westminster fee-based disposal pick up service

 

Ok, this one is not free. And there may be some restrictions on what the city could pick up for you. But if you live in New Westminster, this may be worth looking into, especially if you only have one big thing you need to get rid of. Then, compare that fee with the price of having a local junk removal company come to get it.

 

See more info below:

 

https://www.newwestcity.ca/services/garbage-and-recycling/special-pick-up-sercixw

City of Richmond large item pick up

 

Like in Burnaby, residents of Richmond can take advantage of the city’s large item pick up service. However, this is clearly limited to only “four large household items per year.” And there are restrictions. But for the most part, your furniture junk should be ok. They do make a note that mattresses have to be kept dry and wrapped in plastic, so keep that in mind. They also have an online form to fill out if you don’t want to call in, so that may be a convenience to try.

 

See more info below:

 

https://www.richmond.ca/services/recycling/garbage/largeitem.htm

City of Surrey large item pick up

 

Similar to Richmond’s program, the City of Surrey offers residents – seemingly only from Newton – to dispose of up to 4 large items per year. And mattresses are accepted. You do have to call in to schedule a pick up. Also, only some apart buildings are eligible for this service: https://www.surrey.ca/city-services/21317.aspx

 

See more info below:

 

https://www.surrey.ca/city-services/4550.aspx

City of Coquitlam large item pick up

 

Again, this one is limited to 4 large items per year, and the restrictions are similar to the above programs. They don’t mention anything about apartment dwellers, but their phone number is on their site to find out more.

 

See more info below:

 

https://www.coquitlam.ca/city-services/garbage-recycling/garbage-schedule/garbage-carts-and-large-item-pick-up.aspx

 

City of Vancouver bin upgrades

 

While the City of Vancouver doesn’t advertise large item pick up, they do allow you to upgrade your bin size to accept more garbage on the regular schedule. This could be a way to accommodate your junk needs all year round, if they accumulate for you. That said, be aware of the restrictions!

 

See more info below:

 

https://vancouver.ca/home-property-development/garbage-bins-and-green-bins.aspx

Some things to keep in mind about municipal junk removal before moving

 

  • City junk removal services are not ‘full service’! You will have to sort your waste, and bring it to your curbside. If you can’t do that, it’s best you hire a junk removal company to help you out.
  • These services are also not likely going to work on your timeline. If you are trying to have junk removed last minute – especially if it’s actually on moving day – you may be in a rut. So this is something you need to plan for.
  • There may be items that are banned from city waste pick up services. You’ll need to handle these yourself by taking them to the appropriate dumping or recycling facilities.
  • Most of the time, as you’ll see in your investigations, ‘commercial’ waste is not accepted. So if you’re hoping to use these services for getting rid of your car parts or renovation junk, chances are it won’t work. They’re meant to be residential.
  • There are fines for illegal dumping, so don’t try it!

 

If you didn’t see your municipality listed above, you can google its name with “large item pick up” to see what comes up. And also, keep in mind bylaws can change all the time. So by the time you read this – especially if it is years from the date of publishing – the rules may have changed. Be sure to call your city services to find out more!

 

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Coquitlam Movers Explain: Types Of Moving Dollies

When you’re moving your entire house, you have a lot of ‘big’ things to worry about. Packing, padding, selling, purging…it’s a lot of work! But logistically, when it comes time to move the big things (and not just the boxes), you’ll find that they can be a lot of work. Having the right tools can make all the difference. And that includes dollies.

 

But, different dollies do different things (for better or worse!). In this article, we’ll explain what the different types of dollies are, so you can get an idea of which ones you’ll need, depending on what you’re moving.

Upright, hand-truck 2-wheel dollies

 

These can be as simple as a metal rack with a small base and wheels. It’s up to you to tie things to it that may fall over during transport.

 

When you get into fancier models, they can also lay down flat and turn into a wagon-style dolly. So that would give them 4 wheels, but they don’t always have to stand on all fours.

 

And then, the features can include different types of wheels for different strengths you’ll need, plus foldability and so on.

 

Here are some examples:

 

 

Hand trucks can also be ‘stair climbing’ and technically have 3 wheels on each of two sides. See here for an example: https://www.princessauto.com/en/detail/600-lb-stair-climbing-hand-truck/A-p8288037e

 

Platform, 4-wheel dollies with handle bars or without

 

These dollies have 4 wheels and are meant to be used for bigger objects that need more of a base underneath them.

 

Sometimes, there is a handlebar, and that handlebar can fold down for easy storage. The casters are usually the swivel kind.

 

These dollies are wider, and that can also mean they are hard to go up and down stairs, or may not fit through typical house-sized doors.

 

That said, they can come in all types of sizes and materials. Some are good for industrial applications, and some are smaller and clearly made for moving household or office furniture and boxes, or the like.

Here are examples:

 

 

Frame-style flat dollies on casters, 4-wheel, with or without handle bars

 

These moving dollies are similar to the above platform-style dollies. However, their base is not ‘filled in’ and consists of a frame bottom with a ‘hole’ in it.

 

The frame can be made out of steel or wood. Sometimes they are carpeted too. They always have at least 4 wheels, since they lay flat. And the wheels can be made of different materials, which can help to be aware of if you need to move across special types of floor or ground.

 

Here are examples:

 

 

Cart dollies with 4 wheels and handlebars

 

This the type of dolly that you may find when shopping at Home Depot or a hardware store (like the platform dollies mentioned above). They are often designed to move long, horizontal objects like rolls of carpet or lumber. In the case of household moving, they can be used for things like mattresses, bed frames and shelving.

 

These can have a platform-style base, or a ‘frame’ base. But they are built with protection on at least two sides. They push like a cart. And, like the other moving dollies mentioned above, they can be made of various materials. They also can have different names, like “panel cart” or “carpet dolly” and so on.

 

Some are narrow and tall, some are wide and flat, and some can be made for special uses.

 

Here are some examples:

 

Automotive dollies, also called caster wheel dollies

 

Depending what you need to move, sometimes automotive dollies come in handy. These are kind of like the platform dollies mentioned above, without handlebars, but they are indented or curved instead of being flat.

 

Here are examples:

See related article on our blog:

 

Dealing with tools & heavy equipment when moving in Vancouver

 

Specialty dollies for moving pianos, hot tubs, appliances and more

 

Aside from the multi-use dollies mentioned above, sometimes special cases require special dollies. For example, there are companies that make dollies specifically for moving pianos or hot tubs.

 

These will have a specific shape and purpose (of course). They are usually what professional movers will have on hand for carrying out big and careful moving jobs frequently. The investment to buy these things for your one-time move may not be worth it.

 

Here are some examples:

 

Piano dollies

 

 

See related on our blog:

 

How to move a piano

Moving Music Studio Equipment, Relocating Instruments Safely

 

Hot tub dollies

 

 

Pallet jacks and jack lifts

 

 

Hydraulic lift dollies and climbers

 

 

Appliance dollies

 

 

Make sure your professional movers have the right dollies for your move

 

When you hire a professional mover, you’ll know how experienced they are based on the tools they have ready for your job. They’ll also be able to make recommendations on how to move your furniture or appliances, etc. with ease. That may include some specialty dollies.

 

Vancouver hot tub movers explain hot tub moving tips

When you look online for Vancouver hot tub movers, or instructions on how to move a hot tub, you’ll get some confusing information. But if you look a little more, you’ll find out that moving a hot tub is no easy feat. This is why you may want to hire professional movers for this job. But if you want to do it yourself, or make sure your hot tub movers know what they’re doing, we’ll give you some tips in this article.

Moving a hot tub is expensive

The first thing you’ll want to really consider is whether or not it’s worth the payoff to move a hot tub in Vancouver. Sometimes, the cost of moving this large, over-sized luxury is about as much as it would cost to buy a new one. But, that doesn’t consider factors such as installation and delivery fees. And of course, if you invested in a pricey luxury spa for your backyard, moving it might be worth it, if you want to keep that investment.

Keep in mind however that once you move your hot tub, it will need to be re-installed. So you’ll have delivery fees (which can cost hundreds), and then installation fees. Possibly even repair fees if things go awry during the move.

If you read this guy’s story of finding a used hot tub, then transporting it himself (with friends), you’ll see that while yes, he saved money on the big picture. But he also had to do A LOT of work, pay a lot to move it, and already had the know-how in “physics, engineering, plumbing, hydrodynamics, electrical engineering” to make it all worthwhile. A novice – or merely a busy person – would probably not be able to do all this. So there is a reason why professionals need to charge as much as they do for moving something as complex as a hot tub.

Moving a hot tub is risky

A hot tub can break during transport, and it can also cause injuries. These spa pools can weigh between 500-1000 pounds. You will likely need to get the structure on its side, and that will require heavy lifting. Do you want to put your friends through that risk? A professional mover will have the right workers compensation insurance for any potential injuries, not to mention trained staff.

You need proper equipment to move a hot tub

You could try to wing it and move a hot tub with a few small doilies and some reliable, strong friends. But chances are, you’ll find that it’s a heavy, heavy item. It probably won’t fit in a moving truck (depending on size, of course). So you’ll need to get it on a trailer.

There are companies that make equipment specifically for hot tub movers. Here are some to check out, so you get an idea of what you’ll need for this job:

https://spadolly.com/

https://spa-mover.com/product-category/spa-sled-mover-products/

If you don’t have the made-for-hot-tub tools, you’ll need at least 4-wheeled dollies, preferably those with a flat bed of some sort (like skid movers), 4×4 wood or pallets, straps and the right protective gear.

Remember the small details when moving a hot tub

When you move a hot tub, you’ll also need to consider the small details. For example:

How are you going to wheel it to a truck once it’s on dollies? Some videos online will show movers using planks of plywood to create a flat, smooth surface all the way to the vehicle. You’ll need to purchase these as well.

What about the cover and cover lift? These should be detached beforehand.

Is it completely drained and dry for the move? You won’t want to move a hot tub that is wet, as that will make the job all the more annoying. In fact, this article mentions that if you’re moving in cold temperatures, water can freeze and damage your pipes in the tub! On that note, you may want to get it well cleaned before you move, or right after it lands in its new spot.

Do you have the padding material to keep it safe? Don’t let it crack or dent! Get the right protection for your hot tub when moving it. And that is not the top cover! Tape cardboard, blankets, whatever it takes to keep it from hard bumps.

What about re-installation? We mentioned this above, but don’t forget you can’t just plop it down on the grass in your hard and fill it with water! It needs proper installation.

Will your warranty cover a self-move? Maybe you want to hire insured movers for this, so that you’re covered if the hot tub breaks during transport.

How will you store all the small parts? We recommend you keep the blowers, pumps, heaters, cords, plugs and caps, wires or anything small and detachable that goes with the tub in a contained, separate bag or box. Don’t let these lie around where you’ll forget about them!

What if you have to get the hot tub through small spaces? Think about the logistics before you try to relocate your hot tub!

 

Consider recycling an old hot tub

If your hot tub is old or damaged, and you basically want to get rid of it before you have to move, you can consider two options:

  • Call a junk removal company to come and deal with it for you
  • Recycle your hot tub yourself, using City of Vancouver resources

And yes, there are fees associated with the above options.

Need a hot tub mover in Vancouver?

As you can tell by the above advice, moving a hot tub is not easy, and we don’t recommend doing it yourself. We have plenty of advice on how to move other items on your own, on our blog. But this one is a bit of a mountain to climb. Give us a call, and we can discuss how to move your hot tub if you need us to, or if it’s a good idea.

 

See related articles:

Moving Large Appliances: How To Move A Deep Freezer

Moving large appliances: How to move a Refrigerator

How to move and store a washer and dryer

Home improvement investments you can take with you when you move

Moving Cooking Appliances: How to Move an Oven Range

Before you move in Vancouver, you should consider is what larger items you will be taking with you, as this will affect your moving process. In particular, what cooking appliances will you want to take with you to your new home? Often times, cooking appliances can be sold with the house. But in certain circumstances you may want to bring them with you. For example, if your new home doesn’t have an oven or if you have just recently purchased one, it may be in your best interest to move yours with you. In this case, follow these 5 simple steps on how to move an oven along during your Vancouver move!

Clean your oven thoroughly before the big move

Before you begin your Vancouver move, make sure you clean your oven. This will make the unhooking and reinstalling process much more pleasant. If you have some oven cleaner on hand, definitely use that. Otherwise, you can use a half vinegar and half water mix, says wikiHow. And of course, don’t forget to clean your oven racks with lots of hot soapy water.

Another tip is to clean the floor around the oven too. Popular Mechanics points out that “a dirty floor is a damaged floor.” Once you start moving your oven, dirt could easily get stuck underneath and scratch the floor. So make sure that both your oven and floor are sparkling clean!

Unhook your oven properly

Unhooking your electric stove while moving in Vancouver is usually fairly straightforward, as it simply entails removing any pieces attaching it to the wall and unplugging it, according to hunker.com. However, a gas stove can be a bit trickier and may require a professional’s help. Your best bet is to read your user manual, or look up instructions for your oven’s specific make and model online before you do any unhooking yourself.

Once your oven in unhooked, you also need to detach it from the wall. This step is especially important to pay attention to if you have flooring that is easily scratched, like vinyl or laminate. Homeguides shares that if you lift up the oven and slide planks like laminate under the feet, it will be much easier to move away from the wall. The Popular Mechanics article above suggests plywood. This will also help to avoid scratching kitchen floors during your Vancouver move. A dolly will also come in handy in this step, and the next ones.

Remove and keep safe any loose pieces, such as burners on your stovetop, or loose knobs.

Transport your oven safely while moving house in Vancouver

Once your oven is unhooked and away from the wall, prepare it for transport by wrapping it up securely. Bubble wrap is a good idea for any delicate part, like a glass window. Otherwise, furniture blankets should do the trick to keep your oven safe while you move.

Store  your oven range carefully before moving to a new Vancouver home

Sometimes it may take a while before you get the chance to set up your new kitchen, depending on renovations or your moving timeline. If you are not able to hook your oven up right away, make sure you store it in a safe place. This means that you do not want to keep your oven in a spot with delicate flooring that could potentially get scratched, or in an area with a lot of moving activity going on where your oven may get bumped. Keep your oven wrapped up until your move is fully completed and you are ready to set everything up again in its new spot.

After your Vancouver moving day, set up your range

Although there are many sites online showing you step by step how to install an oven (like this one), your best bet is to contact a professional. You want your Vancouver move to run nice and smoothly, so your oven installation should be done perfectly to avoid any electric or gas connection mishaps. Have a professional help you to make sure everything is done properly and up to standard.

Once your oven is set up in your new home, you are good to go! And remember, you don’t want to take chances when moving expensive kitchen appliances. So be sure to have professional Vancouver movers help you with your move.

Check out our other articles on moving large appliances:

How to move a deep freezer

How to move a refrigerator

How to move and store a washer and dryer

 

 

How To Move A Granite, Concrete Or Heavy, Countertop

If you’ve invested in good quality material for your kitchen, you’ll probably also be dealing with a countertop that is worth hundreds, if not thousands. If you want to DIY the transport of your countertop, you’ll need to take precautions to avoid your investment going to waste, which can happen easily with these large, heavy items.

Usually, for new countertops, the company that is custom-fitting them will also deliver and install them. But if you want to do the delivery yourself to save money, or are planning to upcycle a used countertop, this added service may not be available.

In this article, we’ll give some tips on how to move a granite, concrete or wood countertop.

See related:

 

Ensure you have the proper equipment, and helping hands, when moving a stone countertop

Most of what will determine your success at moving a heavy stone countertop is going to be your equipment and tools. This is because granite, marble and concrete are prone to breakage and cracks during transport. This is moreso the case if you have sink holes pre-cut into them.

 

Here is what you are going to need:

An A-frame: this is some wood that is fashioned and bound together in the shape of an ‘A.’ They can be made of metal or wood. They allow for slabs or large panel-type items (even heavy art frames, or glass), to be transported while leaning on its edge. This is necessary because:

  1. Granite and stone countertops can crack if transported flat, or horizontally.
  2. Countertops are usually far too heavy for human strength to carry them a long way.

Here is a google image search for “a frame for transport”, to give you some visuals of what you’re looking for.

 

Moving straps: Somehow, you’re going to need to tie the countertop slabs to the A-frame so it doesn’t wobble or shift during the move. This page has a diagram showing this. We recommend professional straps, of course. This article says to use “ratchet tie-down straps,” which can be searched on Google images here. Remember: your countertop can be worth thousands, so don’t risk it with cheap rope or material.

 

Moving blankets or padding: To help alleviate impact, you want to use padding on the granite, making the hits a softer blow to the fragile rock-in-transit. Especially if you are transporting more than one countertop at a time, these are a must. Bubble wrap may work. Ensure you have a way to prevent the padding from falling off while moving the countertop.

 

Carrying clamps: these nifty items attach a strong grip to the sides of the countertop, giving you a handle from which to carry them from. Here is a google image search for them, to show you some options.

 

Gloves with grip: don’t trust your hands alone to carry the countertop, especially when carrying it off the A-frame, and onto the cabinets, or through the building around doors. You want a strong, strong grip during this process.

 

Extra humans: granite and concrete are very, very heavy. Unless you are Thor, please don’t expect this to be a one-person job. Avoid injuries, and take safety precautions (like steel-toed boots) when carrying something this heavy too.

 

Use the right techniques for moving heavy countertops

 

When you move a heavy countertop, you want to keep these points in mind:

Always carry the countertop vertically, not flat, as noted above.

Never drag or push the countertop. It can only be carried. Don’t attempt to do it on your own.

If you use a dolly or push cart, watch out for when you roll over rocks or uneven ground. Remember, you want to avoid anything that can crack something fragile through impact. Consider the countertop as fragile as glass.

As an article linked-to above suggests, try to set up ‘rest stops’ on your way to the home when moving a stone countertop from the truck to the building it’s going in (or visa versa). Since they are so heavy, you’ll want to be able to put it down without causing cracks or chips. Going all the way down to the floor multiple times can strain your back. Using workbenches, sawhorses, or other sturdy support structures can be useful for this.

Read up on moving techniques before doing this! Here are some articles on our blog to help you out:

How to Pack and Load a Moving Truck

10 Tips to keep safe while Moving in Vancouver BC

 

Truly, honestly, consider hiring a professional for moving expensive countertops

Moving a heavy, expensive countertop is hard, and there is a lot of potential for breakage. This goes even if you want to move one from salvage – why waste your day, and end up with junk at the end of it?

A professional moving company, or granite countertop maker, could also have the right insurance to cover you for losses.

Take a look at the cost-payoff benefit, and decide if it’s worth the risk before you move a countertop.

See related: What will hiring a professional mover save you?

If you need help moving a granite or concrete countertop, give us a call!

 

 

Coquitlam Movers Advise: How To Move A Lawn Mower

Ready for moving day? Did you forget about how to move the lawn mower? Our coquitlam movers will help you deal with this beast, by giving tips below!

 

It may be common to focus on the ‘inside’ stuff while packing for your move. But don’t forget, all the tools and forgotten junk in your shed also needs to go, to make way for the new inhabitants of the home you’re leaving.

 

If you have a yard to maintain on your current home, and will have one in your next home, you’ll probably want to bring the lawn mower with you. No need to waste that investment!

 

But hang on: you don’t want a stinky, dirty, gas-filled, spark-ready lawn mower packed up next to your clean couch, and rolling around in the moving truck. Yikes! So, follow these tips below to move your lawn mower like a pro mover (or to prep for the pro movers when they arrive!).

Before you move a lawn mower, empty its gas and unplug its flame-inducing parts

 

Professional movers will not take gasoline in their moving truck. No matter how much you beg, and no matter how small it may seem. It’s a safety hazard, and so, it’s a no-go. If you want your lawn mower to go in that moving truck, you’ll need to empty the gas. And, unplug the spark plug, so no fires happen in the moving truck, please.

 

So what do you with all that gas you paid top dollar for? You can either use it up by mowing your lawn before moving day. Or you can put it in a fancy made-for-gas container (you know the ones with the spout, and the twist seal, with the handle). You can put it in your own car to take on a short-distance move. Or, you can dispose of it according to your local city bylaw regulations.

 

But please…don’t just leave gas in a bucket in your hard…especially not in dry, hot summer.

 

Of course, if your lawn mower does not use gas, you can skip this step.

 

If your lawn mower is electric, be sure to read your product manual (or google it online), to find out if there are safety precautions to take before transporting it.

Clean your lawn mower before moving, and do some maintenance on it while you’re at it

 

Your lawn mower is probably full of dirt and grass in places you didn’t think dirt and grass could exist. Ok, maybe you did think it. Either way, you don’t want to end up with grass stains on your stuff, while it’s all crammed in a moving truck. So it’s time for clean up.

 

If your lawn mower has a bag attachment to collect grass clippings, give that a good ol’ shake-out. Then, hose it down. Or, if you have one of those pressure washers that can turbo-speed soapy water on things, maybe try that. We take no liability for the effects of this trick though.

 

For the rest of the lawn mower parts, the general consensus on the Internet is to give it a good brushing and a hose-down with a strong pressure hose attachment.

 

What to do with all the guck that comes out? Maybe compost? Check out our article on how to move a compost here.

 

While you’re making your lawn mower clean as new, you can also get on some maintenance, to keep it alive and well for your new life at your new home. Angie’s list has a blog post on how to do this:

 

https://www.angieslist.com/articles/8-maintenance-tips-keep-your-lawn-mower-running.htm

 

And yes, there are probably people you can hire to do this.

 

See related on our blog: How to find home services online after a long distance move

Find a safe solution for lawn mower blades before you pack them for moving

 

If you’re lazy, and you want to duck tape your lawn mower blades before moving, or if you want to detach them and carefully bubble wrap them, either way, you need a solution for this.

 

If you’re not comfortable handling the blades of your lawn mower, be sure to ask your moving company if they can include this in their service when they give you a moving quote. As before moving day! If this ends up costing extra, don’t be surprised. And, if they say no, also don’t be surprised. Movers need to be protected by insurance for injuries, such as by WorkSafeBC. So generally, they shouldn’t be going outside the scope of ‘normal’ when it comes to moving hazards.

 

But no, open, exposed and dangerously sharp objects can’t just be piled into a moving truck. And you wouldn’t want them banging around loosely in a box either.

 

If your blades are dull and need replacing or sharpening, maybe now is a good time to do that. Again – safely! See if a metal pick-up company will come get them for you. Though, they’d probably want the trip to be more worth their while, so collect other scrap metal for them too. If you hire a junk removal company before moving day, ask in advance if they can handle the mower blades (some may even help you disassemble them).

 

If you take blades with you, label your box, so that people know there are sharp items in there. Cardboard is not recommended here, as it can rip easily. Try plastic.

Stop the wheels from rolling around in the moving truck

 

You don’t want the lawn mower rolling in the truck. Remember – it’s got wheels! Find a way to stop the wheels from rolling. You can do this by packing heavy items in front, and behind the mower. Or you can use a wheel stopper.

Remember: not all lawn mowers are created equal, even when it comes to moving them

 

Lawn mowers may or may not be worth the move, depending how big of a move you’re making, or the value of your lawn mower. And sometimes, the tips we’ve mentioned above may not apply, depending on the lawn mower you are moving. If you have a ride-on lawn mower, for example, then you’ll need a ramp, or some other method to tow it to your new destination (on a short-distance move).

 

The other ‘treatment’ you can give your lawn mower before moving is to sell it with classified listings. Then, buy another one when you arrive at your new destination.

 

Here is an article that explains types of lawn mowers you can pick for different types of yards: https://www.popularmechanics.com/home/tools/reviews/g867/how-to-pick-the-right-mower-for-your-lawn/

 

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