Are you looking for ways to move a flat screen tv or large monitor? Moving delicate electronic items can raise the anxiety in anyone, especially since plasma, LED, and LCD flat-screen televisions are expensive and sensitive. Here are some important moving tips from diggins & ROSE to help you move a flat screen tv safely and properly.
Ready To Move A TV? Choose Our Box Or Your Box.
Diggins & ROSE offers a special TV box made specifically for moving flat-screen TVs or large monitors. Or we’ll provide a helpful guide on how to make a box yourself. We look at both in this section.
Use Our Sturdy Box Made Just For Flat-Screen TVs
Our special TV box will accommodate any TV size up to 60”. We made a quick, helpful video on what the box looks like and how it works. Watch the video above.
With our special box, your flat-screen TV is custom fit – and fully protected front to back, side to side, and top to bottom. Your TV can easily be placed neatly into our box, where it is securely packaged. The box itself is robust and made to withstand the rigors of moving. If you no longer have your original TV box or if you want a better-made one, call us today and get your special TV box now. You’ll get a detailed set of instructions on how to pack your TV in the box.
Have a TV bigger than 60”? No problem. We can build you a custom crate made just for your TV.
If you have your own box or want to make one yourself, let us help you with these quick and easy-to-follow steps:
Transporting Your Flat-Screen TV
Always load your TV in an upright position. Never lay it on its side or flat because that can lead to damage either on the exterior or interior parts of your flat screen TV. Load your TV box on top of heavier, stable items – and never put anything heavy on your TV box. Whatever you place behind or in front of your TV box should also be flat so that if your load shifts, nothing will penetrate your box.
Storing Your Flat-Screen TV
If you need to store your flat-screen plasma, LED, or LCD television, find a place that is climate controlled. It’s not so much the summer heat that can harm your TV; rather it’s the intense cold during early spring and winter months. Moisture can develop on the sensitive electronic parts of your TV and the extreme cold can lead to cracks or warping in its casing and/or screen. If you find yourself needing long-term storage or storage during the colder seasons, diggins & ROSE can help. We can offer climate-controlled warehouse storage.