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Question DetailsAsked on 2/10/2016

who do i hire to help move furniture and antiques within my house. there are stairs.

moving some antique bureaus and chairs to different floors in house. trying to stage house so there may be moving some of the furniture back. we need careful and responsible people. someone that know the delicate nature of moving some antiques. no teenagers. experienced only.

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Well - then you don't want Haulers (trash haulers who sometimes do this sort of in-house moving too) - so that leaves conventional Movers (your Search the List category). If true antiques - quite valuable - go with a major nationwide moving line and ask to talk to their Sensitive Shipment department - the one that moves artworks, mainframe computers, and such - though if the furniture is that valuable I certainly would not leave it in a house being staged for sale either - might as well put it out on the street with a "steal me" sign.

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