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There’s no getting around it—moving is stressful. This is especially true when you have valuables that need to be transported from your old home to your new one. While a good moving company is likely more than capable of handling the majority of your possessions, certain items may require working with specialists to ensure they’re delivered safely. Here are several types of moving specialists who can help deliver peace of mind when transporting your most prized possessions.

Art Handlers
Artwork can be both extremely valuable and fragile, which means the back of any old moving truck is probably the last place you want your collection to be. Fortunately, there are plenty of professional services dedicated to moving art with the utmost care. Top-tier companies will often build custom crates for each piece, transport them in climate-controlled containers and even install the art in your new home. 

Jewelry Couriers
Jewelry is often a cause for concern when moving. It’s quite common to simply take it in the car with you and move it on your own, however, this isn’t always possible. If you’re moving a considerable distance, or have a collection that’s more valuable than you feel comfortable transporting, then a secure courier service, like Brinks or Malca-Amit, is the way to go.

Wine Shippers
Moving a large wine collection requires taking ample precautions that go far beyond packing it securely. Bottle shock, for instance, can occur simply from being jostled around in transit. That’s why it’s always worth hiring a professional wine shipping service to carefully move your collection in specialized boxes and temperature-controlled containers. If necessary, it’s also important to use a company that’s licensed to transport alcohol across state lines. 

Car Transporters
For car collectors, moving can be a logistical nightmare. After all, you can’t just pack up a fleet of luxury vehicles and be on your way. Professional car transporting services are ideal because they’re experienced in safely loading and unloading fine automobiles and will have enclosed carriers that protect them from the elements along the way.