When it comes to moving your home, there are enough bulky items that you need to worry about disassembling, packing, transporting, and finally— reassembling at your new destination. That’s true for your grandmother’s china cabinet and it’s sure enough true about the family piano. But what about the playground that you built in the backyard for your kids? These are the things that we think about here at Champion Movers because we care about even the littlest details of your move. It’s what makes us the best in customer satisfaction! The only question is, should you move your children’s play set or sell it with the house and purchase a new one for your new home?
Moving Your Child’s Play Set
When you consider the size of the average backyard play set, you can see why many homeowners have a difficult time deciding whether or not it’s worth it to move to your new home. While this is certainly a decision for you to make, here are a few pros and cons of each of your options!
If you chose to move your children’s play set, it would be really easy for your kids to adapt to their new home. (Seeing as they are bringing a little piece of home with them!) After all, they are giving up their bedroom, their neighborhood, and maybe even their friends.
Additionally, moving your children’s play set might make selling your home easier than if you included it with the house. If the new homeowners don’t have children or don’t want to have the added cost of owning a play set like that to their insurance, taking it with you would be your best bet anyway.
On the other hand, moving a large play set has its own issues.
First, there’s the added work of dismantling the play set, packing it, and transporting it. Depending on how complicated of a playground it is, you may need to pay a team of professionals to break it down for you.
The second thing to consider is how much backyard room you will have in your new place. If it doesn’t quite fit, you may have incurred the expenses of transporting such a large play set for nothing. It might be better to sell it and look for one that does fit in your backyard.
Ultimately, it’s up to you whether or not you want to go through the process of moving your children/’s play set or not. There are expenses associated with either, it’s just a matter of if you think it will fit your new home. If you are ready to move it, we’re here to help. Contact our team of expert movers today!