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Moving your gun safe?
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Created on Friday, 10 October 2014 14:39
Moving your gun safe, the “How to” guide –
If you are the owner of any fire arms,
a gun safe is your
responsibility to the safety of those
your home. While owning a
is very smart,
safe and effective,
they are also an extremely heavy
piece of furniture that will have to
be moved when
you are relocating
to a new home. Gun safes can weigh
to 300 pounds. Please do not
attempt to move your
as this may result in personal injury.
The first step to moving your gun safe
the new location prior
to moving it. Measure your gun safe and the
area that you wish
to move it to.
Be sure these
match adequately. This will eliminate having to
the safe more than
After you pick
new location, plan and clear a path to ensure a safe move.
Often times, gun safes are stored in the lower level of your home; such as, the basement or
family room. Be sure to
have the proper tools to move the safe down the stairs. A furniture
dolly is an essential tool to ensure safe and
efficient move. Also, you want to be sure that
you have additional help, having at least one other individual to assist
in the move.
secure the gun safe to the dolly to avoid the safe from slipping off of the dolly.
If you are not 100% comfortable with moving your gun safe, just leave it where it stands until
the day of your move
and allow the professional movers of Woodland Hills Movers
take care of this for you.
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