How do you ship furniture?
I have a bedroom set and wood cabinet listed on eBay, how would I ship that?
- 3 weeks ago
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- JoeLv 53 weeks ago
I don't. I keep them in my house. Furniture doesn't really need to get away. They don't need vacations.
- I careLv 63 weeks ago
Call around to see with different mailing business about this.
UPS, I know delivers all sizes of items. Good luck.
- GTBLv 73 weeks ago
LTL truck is the way to ship something that big.
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- EarleenLv 63 weeks ago
Wrap it in bubble pack and then inside a cardboard box. You will have to ship it motor freight. Good luck.
- Pearl LLv 73 weeks ago
i would ask ups and fed ex about it, theyre the ones that handle the heavy stuff
- Diane ALv 73 weeks ago
you need a shipper--either as a back of truck add on to another load through a mover or a specific furniture shipper or a short haul with a truck--depending on where its going, which is why furniture is usually local pick up only on ebay. This may be hundreds of $
- Barkley HoundLv 73 weeks ago
You contact a trucking company that does partial truckload shipping.
- PearlLv 73 weeks ago
ask the post office who does it, it might be ups or fed ex