Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at On Demand Courier. This is part two of our blog series about packing valuable and fragile items, so if you didn’t get a chance, you can read part one here. It can be nerve-racking sending something fragile in the mail or with a courier service, but it doesn’t have to be! Just follow these tips and contact a reliable same-day courier company like On Demand Courier in Phoenix, Arizona.
Always wrap the item before you put it in the box. Bubble wrap acts as a second layer of protection. One thing to make sure of, however, is if your object has any jagged edges, don’t tape the bubble wrap on too tight. This could damage the object further.
Don’t Leave Room
The main issue you want to avoid when packing your valuables is to make sure you don’t leave any space for the object to move around. Once you’ve wrapped it in bubble wrap, fill the bottom of the box with a liberal amount of packing peanuts. Once it’s inside, hold it up straight and fill every side with packing peanuts ensuring it doesn’t lean to one side. Once again, it may seem like you’re overdoing it with the materials, but they can [and should] be reused.
Mark It As Fragile
If you’re really concerned about your package being unsafe in transit you should be sure to mark it as fragile. If you just get a box that says “fragile” on it, people are less likely to pay any attention to it. However, if you get some red tape, it will be more noticeable. Once everything is inside, make sure you put a good amount of tape around the openings.
Contact On Demand Courier
Are you ready to work with a courier company that you can actually trust with your valuable and fragile items? You shouldn’t have to spend any time worrying about whether your things will make it to their destination in one piece or not. We are your Top Rated Local® Local Courier in Phoenix, Arizona for a reason. Our staff are trained and will always look out for your best interest. We offer same-day deliveries, so you’ll never have to worry about your items arriving days or even weeks late. If you have any questions or you’re ready to get started, contact us today.