Dear valued clients,
Our business is continuing to operate as we navigate the current COVID-19 situation, and we are adapting our operations by practicing social distancing, and reiterating the practices of good hygiene, like frequent hand washing, providing hand sanitizer and gloves for the moving crews. We are also offering virtual onsites for current/ future clients during the current situation. We will do our best to keep our current clientele informed of any changes to current/ future moves.

As our client, your safety and health is our #1 priority during this state of emergency. Please consider the following guidelines to prepare for your move with us:

⚠ADVICE FOR CLIENTS REGARDING SETTING UP CONDITIONS FOR A MOVE: • Upon our arrival, please have your residence/ office/ items as ready as possible (cleaned/ sanitized and ventilated in advance) for the removal of your items. • It is recommended that you/ your representatives will keep, at a minimum, 6 feet of distance from our crew. Our crew members will keep, at a minimum, 6 feet of distance or more at the time of service. • You will assure continuous ventilation of the spaces we work in at all times. • Please provide dedicated bathroom(s), equipped with soap and paper towels for our crew members.

⚠LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES OF MOVING COMPANIES AND THEIR RIGHT TO CANCEL WORK (NATIONAL LOCAL MOVES): The Government has stated it is or will be implementing (as yet) measures to combat the spread of the virus. Such measures in place might impact our ability to provide services to you (including but not limited for us having to suspend or cancel in full the services) or the virus otherwise affects our ability to fulfill your relocation. This may place us in a position where we will not be able to accept any ability for any losses that may arise and we limit our liability accordingly. We are keeping the matter under careful review and will ensure that all customers are advised of any developments that may affect fulfillment of contracted services.

As our team at Homegrown Moving Company has been following updates, we are choosing to work with & adhere to the guidelines set forth by health officials and authorities. We want to do our part in mitigating the impact and spread of COVID-19 to the businesses and communities we serve, and we are implementing the following strategies to do so:

We have discussed with our team members what to do in the scenario that anyone is experiencing symptoms or may have been exposed to the virus. We have an understanding among ourselves to be transparent if somebody's not feeling good or may have been exposed. We understand the need to self quarantine for the proper amount of time, if this occurs, to avoid any further spread. In turn, we ask the same from our customers. In the event that you are feeling sick or may have been exposed, we are happy to make arrangements for another move date.

Use of examination gloves: Our teams will wear examination gloves while servicing moves as an additional hygiene measure and self protection. Gloves will be discarded after each move.

Due to the high demand of masks, we are unable to provide them at the moment, but if you would like masks to be provided for your move, please provide them and we can use them.

Our team will also have hand sanitizer, and we ask that they are allowed to use a sink or water source to wash their hands when available. Social distancing: Upon arrival to our customers' homes or offices, team members will follow the protocol of social distancing, allowing 6' between team members and you, our customer. We have always valued the professionalism and respect that accompany an introductory handshake, however during the COVID-19 outbreak, we ask that our customers understand for safety purposes that we will refrain from shaking hands or making physical contact.

Proper ventilation: In move settings when available, we request that our customers open outside doors and/or windows to increase air circulation. All of the above will be effective immediately and remain in place until April 20th, until we can reassess the situation and make further announcements. We strive to continue to practice CDC/ Federal / State/ WHO (World Health Organization) guidelines for health and safety to prevent contagion in our community.

Thank you, Homegrown Moving

How to disassemble furniture when moving

It’s no secret that the process of moving home is quite expensive. So while you are preparing to move, you definitely need to use every opportunity to lower your expenses. One good tactic you can use to save money on a long-distance move is to disassemble furniture when moving. Thus, you do not have to pay your movers additional money for furniture dismantling services. In fact, disassembling furniture for moving is not too difficult, therefore you can do it yourself. Plus, a friend will certainly help you.

If you are really serious about saving money, then this step-by-step guide to disassembling your furniture will help you get the job done efficiently and safely. Without compromising your valuable furniture, and of course without injuries to you or your assistants.

Guide to disassemble furniture when moving: step by step

Before you start disassembling your furniture for moving, you need to know why you need to do this in the first place. We hope that when you understand the reasons for disassembling furniture, you can make the right decisions.

Large pieces of furniture are not designed to pass through small doors, narrow corridors and stairs up and down. These large pieces of furniture should be moved as separate components and then assembled in their respective rooms. Just as they were assembled in your current home.

Without a doubt, the best way to move large furniture to a new home is to take it apart first. Thus, you eliminate the risk of damage to floors, walls, and doorways in the place you leave. In addition, disassembled pieces of furniture are easier to carry, so you do not risk getting hurt in the process.

Living room
So, how to disassemble furniture when moving?


  • Remove bedding from the bed and pack it separately.
  • Take the mattress off and place it in a specialized mattress bag for better protection.
  • Remove any drawers from the main frame, then pack their contents separately.
  • Unscrew the head of the main frame.
  • Unscrew the sideboards from the bed frame.
  • Disassemble the main bed frame with as many individual elements as possible. Refer to the assembly instructions for the bed in reverse order.
  • Wrap with a blanket all the large bedding that you have taken apart, including drawers, if any.
  • Wrap all particularly fragile objects in bubble pack, such as decorative items.
  • Place all small equipment parts (bolts, screws, nuts, washers, etc.) in Ziploc bags, and then label these plastic bags accordingly.


  • Empty all drawers and cabinets and pack your clothes. In addition, remove all clothes hangers and pack them in a cardboard box.
  • Remove drawers from a separate piece of furniture to make it lighter and easier to transport. Pack these boxes separately.
  • Remove all shelves, if possible, from the inside of a large piece of furniture.
  • Disconnect all-glass elements (glass doors, glass shelves, etc.) from the main frame using a suitable screwdriver. First, wrap all the glass elements in wrapping paper and then in a thick protective layer with bubble pack.
  • Remove all the doors of bulky furniture by unscrewing the hinges that hold them.
  • Pack all individual pieces of furniture in moving blankets to keep them safe.
  • Place all small items of equipment (bolts, nuts, screws, etc.) in a sealed plastic bag.


  • Just like you do when you disassemble furniture when moving, remove everything from your couch – pillows, bedspreads, stuffed animals, etc.
  • Turn out the legs of the sofa. To do this, loosen the screws that hold them in place, OR turn them counterclockwise to safely remove them.
  • Remove the armrests of the sofa, if possible, to make room for the furniture to pass through all the doorways.
  • Disable any items that can be safely removed. Refer to the instruction manual for details.
  • Keep all fasteners, both metallic and non-metallic, in sealed plastic bags to prevent loss.
  • Wrap the dismantled legs and armrests in furniture blankets to keep them safe.
Living room
Also, don’t forget to protect every piece of your disassembled sofa

China cabinet

  • Empty all your porcelain cabinets. Do not leave any delicate objects inside it – porcelain, glassware, heirlooms, etc.), because they will not survive. You should pack fragile items separately.
  • Remove any drawers from the China cabinet, then pack them separately.
  • Remove the glass doors of your freestanding furniture. To do this, use a screwdriver and unscrew the screws that secure the door hinges.
  • Separate the upper and lower sections in the case of a two-piece porcelain cabinet. This will make bulky furniture more convenient to carry and transport safely.
  • Pack the removed glass elements first into wrapping paper, then into bubble pack. Finally, wrap them in thick furniture blankets.

Desk and table

  • Remove all table drawers to make the table as light as possible. You can wrap these boxes with their contents inside to save time.
  • Take off any removable trays – for example, the keyboard tray.
  • Unscrew and remove all legs from the table. Depending on the specific model, your table may have long removable legs or no legs at all.
  • Remove any glass items that may be on your desk, including the glass lid. Pack these glass items separately, first in wrapping paper and then in bubble pack.
  • Divide the two sections in case you move the L-shaped table. Use a suitable screwdriver to remove the metal fasteners that hold the two table segments together.
  • Place all small parts in plastic bags to avoid loss.

Grandfather clock

If you have a grandfather clock, then there is a good chance that you decide to move it to your new home. Ideally, you should leave this delicate task to experienced furniture movers Denver just because you don’t want your precious item to get any damage in the process of moving home.

On the other hand, if you are sure that you will be able to independently transfer your grandfather clock, then you definitely need to familiarize yourself with the detailed steps for preparing, disassembling, packing and moving your valuable property.

Can you expect the movers to disassemble furniture when moving?

The short answer is YES. The best furniture movers in the country offer furniture disassembling services before moving. As well as furniture assembly services after moving.

Crib in nursery
Most movers offer services for disassembling and assembling furniture

Professional disassembly and assembly of furniture is an additional service, and therefore it will cost you extra. During a survey at home, you must tell your movers what furniture items you intend to move to the new house so that they can determine if these items need to be taken apart for transportation. But, although it is more expensive to hire movers to disassemble furniture when moving, it is still much easier. And it will make your move a pleasant experience.


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