How do you Pack glasses upright of laying down for moving?
The risk with transporting it laying down is that the glass panel has a significantly higher chance of cracking than when in an upright position. Doesn't mean you can't take the risk yourself (which in reality is probably quite small) - I however, would be more inclined to pack it up in the original box for transportation (and keep it upright).
Seeing the world through rose-colored glasses is an idiom that means seeing only positive things everywhere you look and being blind to the negative things. Therefore, if someone suggests that you pack your rose-colored glasses, they want you to remain optimistic during your trip (for which you are packing) and to refrain from any criticisms.
Yes, many moving companies do offer big discounts if the contents of your house are already packed up. This cuts the mover's time in half, allowing them to just move the boxes and not worrying about packing. Some moving company's do offer discounts for self pack movers. Check with various moving companies for details on what they offer.
Well, at epinions.com, which is a consumer review site, ABF U-Pack Moving has 4.5 out of 5 stars. With almost 400 reviews, it's one of the highest rated companies at epinions. This speaks highly of the level of customer service you can expect. Epinions is a great tool for researching all moving companies. (I am a U-Pack employee).
remove all removable parts and pack them in a separate padded box. it is recommanded to use picture boxes for these parts. if you didn't save the original box, wrap your refrigerator in moving pads and secure the pads with tape. i found a site that you can see more information: http://www.moveeast.com/moving-guide/packing-appliances-part-1.asp