I agree (partial).There's absolutely no benefit to moving furniture, it puts you at risk, more time on project and ultimately is a waste of time if the furniture is going right back. NOONE WILL SEE CLEAN CARPET UNDER THE FURNITURE. This isn't rocket science. Your house, your furniture, you move it before I get there. Understand it can't be in my way while cleaning and NO you can't move it back till the carpet dries. Have a ever lost a client over this policy. NOPE. Why make your life more difficult.
spamTo determine what you need, you might wish to wait. Additionally, whether you require a desk may depend on your work and how you live. I don't, as I can work at the kitchen table or elsewhere. Considerations include https://sekamoving.com/locations/queens-movers: Will you be residing alone? Having a roommate? One bedroom or a studio? Here is what I employed when I initially moved out: a Kitchen table with chairs used as a workspace in addition to dining. I almost always use a laptop, so I can change positions if doing so is uncomfortable for extended periods. My first couch/bed was a collapsible futon that lacked arms.