Every once in a while comes the time for moving. The boxes are packed, furniture is cover in safety plastic, and the moving wan is slowly approaching. Yet, you seem worried about how will you move your desktop computer? You are wondering if it will break during transport, and what to do with all the gadgets and accessories that come with it, and what is the safest way to move it without damaging any of the gear? There are different ways in which this can be done, and below listed are some of the most effective ways of preserving all your gear.
If your desktop computer is too precious, you should probably take it with you when moving. Do not put it with the rest of the furniture for movers to take it; instead, put it in your car. Now there are many ways in which you can move it, but the best one would be moving part by part to your car, and then safely putting them on the back seat. Or, you can choose to pack them up and then place them inside the car.
Boxes are easier to Transport
The most effective way of packing your desktop computer and all the gear is in boxes, which you can find at any large supermarket, hardware store or look for them online. Be careful though when packing your gear, and make sure you put the “fragile” sign on the box. Make sure to pack it the same way the manufacturer would, to protect everything from being damaged or broken, say at a Sydney-based firm offering different packaging supplies. Using safety foil can help by protecting the gear by holding it in one place and not letting it fall over your back seat.
Disassemble it Completely
Safest way yet probably the hardest way is to completely disassemble your computer, and remove all parts one by one. Then you would have to pack every part in a separate box, large or small, and then to put smaller boxes into a bigger one. That way you ensure that everything will remain untouched, and all that gear and accessorize will fit into one or two big boxes. Of course, you would have to be familiar with your desktop computer in order to know how to disassemble it and how to put it back together. If you are not familiar with this and you wish to learn how to do it, you can check here for more detailed information about computer disassembling.
The worst possible option is to ship your desktop computer. Now, if you are moving to another country or state, this might not seem like a bad idea at first, but think about it twice: you will spend money on shipment, and your gear may still get damaged during the trip. Plus, it might take a while before it reaches your house and in most cases, time is money. So if you go for shipping, make sure that you let the shipping company label it and ensure it, to avoid all potential expenses.
No matter which method you go with, the goal is to get your computer desktop to the desired destination. Make sure that everything is packed safely and correctly, and make sure to handle it with extra care. Treat it as your brand new computer, and you will be alright.