If you have a conservatory, it is likely to be one of your least-used rooms, so it would be a good idea to choose this room as one of the first to pack up. Conservatories generally don’t carry a large amount of items, so they should be fairly simple to pack.
Wicker furniture is much lighter than regular furniture, so will be easier to remove than, for example, the three piece suite in your living room – just make sure they are covered with moving blankets to protect them from dust and scrapes.
Conservatories are a great place to cultivate a variety of unusual flowers and even fruit plants, as not only a beautiful sight to look at but an interesting hobby to get your teeth into. These plants can be sensitive to cold, so ensure your conservatory flowers and plants are stored in a suitable manner, ensuring they receive enough water and sunlight until they are safely in place in your new home. You may also wish to give them some plant food as extra nourishment to fortify them after the relocation.
One of the final jobs in your conservatory is to clean the windows. Many conservatories offer wonderful views of the garden and beyond and it is common courtesy to leave the room in good condition to the new owner of your house. This is especially pertinent if you have a young family and your children have spent hours of fun playing in the conservatory – getting small sticky fingerprints on the windows!
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