JK> I am shortly to become a "new" home owner, and what home would be a
Great! :) We'll probably be seeing you periodically around here!
JK> ended up buying an electric range from an out of state company because
JK> it was recently discontinued and no local vendor could do it. While
JK> they say their freight delivery will include delivery inside my home,
Hopefully "delivery as described" but if not what about looking in the
newspaper's services' section. Locally it is at the bottom third of
the first page of the classifieds.
JK> Any advice? And for those DIY responses, listen, the range weighs
JK> more than I do, and try as I'd like, I don't have 3 thick necked
JK> friends I can con over with a case of beer.
Let's see, you descibed yourself as "dorky" so the range is an 18"
no-frills apartment one.... <gggg> Some of the problem with moving
appliances isn't the weight but the bulk and getting a handhold. An
appliance dolly (2-wheeler) may be helpful (useful for moving heavy
trash cans, bags of landscape rock, etc.). Just remember the bottom
of the range may not be solid so be careful with placement of the
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