Most treadmills are designed to fold, which makes moving the treadmill much easier. But even certain non-folding treadmills come with transport wheels so you can shift them around without difficulty. The fact is you can move a folding treadmill by yourself. But to move non-folding treadmills, you will need some assistance from a helper.
· Carefully lower the treadmill onto the dolly. Gently tilt the hand truck and treadmill at a 45-degree angle toward you and push it forward at a slow pace. You may want to secure the treadmill to the dolly with bungee cords or straps. To move the areadmill down stairs, it is best to go bottom first. Slowly move the dolly downwards one step at a …
To move a treadmill downstairs, start by making a plan. Measure the machine and space. If possible, fold and secure the handles down or safely disassemble parts of the treadmill before moving. Recruit one or more people to help you, and station the stronger person lower on the stairs. Then carefully carry it down.
· You’re excited about finally moving to another home. However, there’s just one problem—disassembling your NordicTrack treadmill. Having spent a good sum of money buying this treadmill, the last thing you want to do is abandon it in your old house simply because it’s so bulky and you can’t disassemble it.
· Does a treadmill come apart? Yes, most treadmills can be disassembled, but the process needs to be a careful one. Most people are interested in disassembling a treadmill because they are moving it into a new space, and it will not fit through the door or is difficult to carry downstairs or upstairs as a complete system.
Place a treadmill mat in the location where you want to put your treadmill. Treadmill mats reduce damage to your floor and absorb the vibration caused by a moving treadmill, significantly decreasing the amount of noise heard by anyone on the floor below you. You can buy a treadmill mat at major sporting goods retailers.