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Our Kelowna moving company has the specialized equipment and processes needed to move safes to keep both the safe and your flooring protected during transportation.
We transport a full range of sizes and types of safes, including safes for:
No matter what your safe holds, chances are it weighs hundreds or even thousands of pounds, which could destroy your flooring without the proper protection and equipment. Before moving your safe, our movers lay down Masonite wood to protect your flooring from lines and tracks.
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Bekins Kelowna Moving and Storage can transport all sizes and types of safes, including a full range of floor safes, jewelry safes, gun safes, fire safes, depository safes, burglar safes, and high-security safes.
We usually require the safe to be emptied and locked. Your Bekins moving agent will advise on how to best prepare your safe for moving.
We can transport and pack legal firearms. However, all firearms must be removed from a gun safe before the safe is moved. We also cannot store firearms.
It depends. Our movers will assess the stairs as well as the size and type of the safe to transport it safely.
In order to move safes, our Kelowna moving company uses equipment such as safe dollies, forklifts, tank rollers, and more. We have more than 30 pieces of equipment to help us move and transport large and heavy objects.
Yes. Our Bekins Kelowna movers and drivers have years of experience and as well as certification, including forklift tickets, zoom-boom tickets, and class-one licenses to move safes.
When moving safes, our household movers use floor runners, Masonite, plywood, and other materials to protect floors from damage.
Yes. We offer move protection coverage for safes. However, if your safe is of high value, we recommend you attain an insurance rider to cover the cost.
It depends on the safe, equipment needed, and where it's transported from to its new location. Our Bekins moving agent can give you a clearer picture of cost once all the information is received.
No. You will have to arrange for a locksmith, security expert, or another third party to bolt down your safe.