We are frequently called upon by our customers to move or hoist fine furniture of extreme high-value such as china cabinets, antiques, and fine furnishings.
Discriminating people owning expensive possessions realize that not just any Chicago furniture mover should be given the responsibility of moving fine furniture for them, no matter how well advertised they may be. So these people are careful to obtain referrals on companies from their co-workers, friends and relatives and then to go further and thoroughly inspect the credentials of each furniture moving company.
They often check with their Realtor and / or the manager of their building and also with Mover's Watchdog Agencies like the Better Business Bureau, the Illinois Commerce Commission, and the Illinois Movers and Warehouse Association to ascertain that any furniture moving service that they are considering doesn't have complaints registered against them. They also want that particular moving company to show within their references that they know how to move valuable antiques and furniture without damages.
When people hear enough good things about any particular furniture mover and if their estimate is reasonable they will select them to do their move. Burrows Moving Company passes this kind of muster all the time. That's why we are so often selected to do moves with fine, expensive furnishings like china cabinets, Italian furniture, and other valuable possessions.
When relocating valuable pieces, besides wrapping the furniture for moving using our clean, thick, premium mover's blankets to protect them, we also utilize the extra protection of bubble wrap, thin foam wrap (called dolphin foam), cardboard, shrink wrap and especially made sofa and mattress covers. Burrows furniture movers are especially trained to use the professional techniques necessary to properly protect and relocate fine furniture without damages.
If you are concerned about finding good Chicago Movers to move fine furniture for you, give Burrows a call and we will send an estimator over to explain just how we will prepare to move them in order to do so without damages.