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Melrose Moving Company (http://melrosemovinginc.com), announces a new blog post, Can Moving Companies in Los Angeles Pack And Move Dangerous Items?
(PRWEB) July 12, 2014
A moving company will refuse to handle or transport dangerous chemical, radioactive substances, illegal drugs or weapons and explosives. Movers may be willing to pack dangerous industrial equipment like blades or other machines, but clients should always give plenty of details before a deal is signed.
Los Angeles movers can help clients relocate business and residential spaces. They provide packing services that can cover several types of objects, from furniture to fragile items. However, moving companies have to follow certain regulations.
Clients should contact a Los Angeles moving company and ask about their terms and conditions. For dangerous substances and weapons, clients may need to call other professionals that have legal authority to dispose of the said items.
Melrose Moving Company is a Los Angeles-based residential and commercial moving company. Originally established in 1999, and has been so popular that the owner started various other moving companies, such as Los Angeles Movers, Movers Los Angeles, and Los Angeles Commercial Movers, all of which are operated by Melrose Moving. The moving company is licensed by the Public Utility Commission (PUC), and has an A rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Melrose Moving accepts cash, checks, credit cards, and Paypal.
For more information, click on http://melrosemovinginc.com. Call now: 1.800.431.3920.
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