Choosing A Mover
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Movers are unlike other businesses. If you buy a product and you do not like it you can return it to the store and get a credit. After you move, this is not a viable option. The choice you make is the one you will have to live with.
Visit the business location. Is the premise clean and free from vermin, Do they own the building or are they on a short term lease. Do they own trucks. Do they have stability within their community After your visit do you feel that these are the people that you would entrust your family's entire household. If after you visit a company and you do not feel that they can do your move, chances are that you are right.
Listen to the Moving Consultant. Is he or she just telling you what you want to hear or are they telling you the truth. Will the Consultant give you a written contract? Will the consultant give you the names of people who would recommend the services of the company.
Does the Consultant want a deposit on a long distance move? Professional movers do not require you to make a deposit on Long Distance Moves.
Professional Movers will offer a Full Replacement Value Protection Plan for your goods while in transit. Be wary of any mover who says that it's not needed or do not offer replacement value protection.
Ask family, friends and neighbors for recommendations. Maybe your employer has a Moving Company that they always use.
Confusing price with service can often mean getting less than you bargained for. Because when you pin your hopes on the lowest bidder you may find yourself short changed on service. But there is one way to make sure you're getting your money's worth. Just compare our service - benifit for benifit - with any other service. You'll see the difference. For premium service that won't put the squeeze on your budgert, We are the only choice.