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Question DetailsAsked on 8/16/2013

I need to move a couch from one room to another

the move requires someone who really knows how to move furniture because the door to the new room will be a tight squeeze...help...

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Then you need a furniture mover - either from a local transfer and storage company, a moving company, or the furniture movers that furniture stores hire to deliver their furniture. My first step would be to contact a furniture store that carries couches and such and ask if they have furniture movers, or if they hire it out, could they give you their mover's name. Get a couple of names this way, then you can check their ratings and reviews on Angie's List before you select one.

Assuming it fits without disassembly, probably about $100-150 minimum crew charge. If has to be partially disassembled (more than unscrewing feet) could run twice that much.

Realize you do run the risk that, depending on whether it can be easily disassembled partly if needed to fit, you might find it actually will not fit without substantial disassembly and fabric removal, requiring a furniture repair company to put it back together now and dtto the next time you move too, or else abandon the relocation and still have to pay the movers.

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