When Antiques and Fine Arts are part of one of the removals that we get hired to work on then we know that we are going to have to work as precisely and focused as for any other job. Antiques and Fine Arts are usually especially fragile and prone to damages even from the slightest accidents. In many cases, even a tiny scratch or a chip of the paint can cause significant financial losses to the owner, making it all the more important to pay the utmost attention to details. In situations in which we are aware that there are going to be antiques, fine arts and other highly valuable, fragile items involved in a removal, we try to gather as much information beforehand, as our client can give us. There is nothing worse for difficult removals that include fine arts and antiques than not knowing what you are up against. With specific Packing material and other equipment needed for the safe removal, insufficient information can lead to significant delays or in the worst case scenario, to damages. Particularly inexperienced removal firms struggle with such removals and tend to avoid moves that involve such goods, out of fear of causing damages. Since we are renowned to be experts and highly experienced when it comes to Antiques and Fine Arts removals, It isn’t uncommon that we are asked to assist with removals, just to handle the valuable pieces for our customers who care about their finest belongings.