A Naperville Mailing Store Gives Recommendations on Optimum Package Safety

July 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Nperville, Ill. — A Naperville mailing store recently published a blog article about mailing antiques and other valuable items. The Boxes Etc. suggests in their blog post that clients pack their items safely and take precautions to ensure that their package arrives at its destination as intended.

On their blog post, The Boxes recommends that clients secure their items in their boxes with the safest packing materials. Popular materials for package cushioning are bubble wrap, packing peanuts, newspapers, Styrofoam, cloths and more. To create the safest packaging for items, The Boxes says that clients should use a combination of these packing materials. According to the blog post, packaged items should be securely packaged so that they can survive a 4-foot fall. If clients need packing materials, The Boxes is ready with a surplus of supplies and offers their professional packing services in Naperville.

The Boxes also recommended on their blog post that clients check their insurance policy on their items before shipping them out. According to The Boxes, many clients have a bad experience with shipping valuables because they did not make sure the item was insured and did not keep track of the item’s conditions before any damages happened. The Boxes aims to keep packages safe, they want clients to receive compensation if accidents occur.

Additionally, The Boxes recommends on their blog that clients track their packages. In the event that a package goes missing, clients can have an idea of where their package may be by using the tracking number. The Boxes also explains that clients can know when their package will arrive at its destination and inform the proper recipients about it.

To finish their blog post, The Boxes recommends calling or visiting their store if clients have any more questions or concerns. The Boxes has provided over 30 years of personalized service and postal solutions, ranging from gift wrapping to shipping. They are located at 790 Royal St. George Dr #141, Naperville, IL 60563, and their phone number is (630) 717-1351. More information about The Boxes Etc. can be found at www.theboxesetc.com.

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For more information about The Boxes Etc., contact the company here:

The Boxes Etc.
Michele Zajac
(630) 717-1351
theboxesetc@att.net
790 Royal St George Dr ste 141, Naperville, IL 60563

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