Queen For A Day
A queen bed, consisting of head board, foot board, rails, mattress and box spring along with a dresser proved to big for our client to move with their car and so hired MOVE IT! by bike to move them. This was a two person job but only to help carry the furnishings, load the trailer and unload and carry in. The actual transport with the bike and trailer could be done by one person and so our client was the other mover saving them half the cost of the move. The loading took some puzzling to fit it all on the trailer but it all fit and after protecting everything with furniture blankets and plastic wrap the load was on its 3.8 mile trip. The route went over the Jefferson Davis Bridge. It was a windy day and the wind was not blowing the direction of travel, rather the opposite. And so on the bridge, a bit more than half way up, the rider was slowed to the point that it was necessary to get off and push up the rest of the way. The photo is of the load at the peak of the bridge. The rest of the trip was better but the wind was still a challenge. In the end all of the furniture was unloaded and taken in to the new place. The bed assembled and the mattresses put into place all in less than three hours.