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You've just purchased an antique hutch with glass doors at your favorite little antique shop. You planned on putting it upstairs and have the spot all picked out in the house. This is where problems can arise. Why pay for something that's really caught your eye if you're going to roll the dice and move it yourself, risking damage to the piece or your home.

Antique pieces pose many different problems. Due to their age and often times their structure, extra special care has to be taken when handling. We use certain techniques in "prepping" and protecting the item before we even move it. We have moved everything from a giant 6 foot tall porcelain alligator, to a 22 foot long 1980's McDonalds "PlayPlace" neon sign to a 1970's cigarette dispensing machine.

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