Moving art, antiques, and collectibles takes extra care. No one understands that better than your JW Cole and Sons Agent and moving crew. We know just how your valuable items should be packed, handled, and transported in order to arrive safely to your new home or apartment.
Before you move, your JW Cole and Sons Agent will come to your home and survey your belongings. Point out things that may need special attention, such as:
IF YOU WISH TO PACK YOUR SPECIAL ITEMS YOURSELF:
Use the same, professional-grade materials JW Cole and Sons uses. These are a few of the materials you can purchase from your JW Cole and Sons Agent at affordable prices:
PRECIOUS ITEMS YOU SHOULD KEEP WITH YOU DURING THE MOVE:
Shipping antiques and collectibles requires some extra care. Follow this guide to learn how to safely ship important documents and delicate jewelry, antiques, collectibles, and heirlooms.
HOW TO SHIP COLLECTIBLES:
On packing day, your Atlas crew will arrive as scheduled with everything they need to do the job.
WHAT YOU CAN DO BEFORE MOVING
You play an important part in our moving process to ensure your things arrive safely. We will ask you to complete and sign the Customer Responsibilities Guide / High Value Inventory from our Important Move Information.
The first page of this two-part form spells out your responsibilities. You will notice Atlas may not be liable in the event certain items are lost or damaged. Please be familiar with these items and arrange to transport them yourself.
The second page of the form provides an inventory of your valuables. JW Cole and Sons relies on you to complete this form. We use it to determine your shipment value and which items need special care. List all high-value items you want JW Cole and Sons to move, including:
The Atlas Professional Van Operator must see each high-value item before loading it onto the truck to ensure proper packing.
Please make sure carton labels and written instructions are clear and visible. It’s our job to see that every item moves safely. Should contents of a box you pack become damaged during transit, the liability may be yours. If we ask you to repack a box, it’s because we’re looking out for your best interest.