Planning a corporate office move may actually be more stressful than residential move. Sometimes you don't have control over many aspects, so you should comply with a certain set of rules and guidelines that are provided by the movers.
Moving a Corporate Office
There are many decisions to be made when you plan to move a household. And one of them is doing it yourself or hire a professional moving company. Hiring residential movers and helpers have its benefits, so does doing it yourself.
Do It Yourself Moves
If you are moving on your own, it's important to have a right equipment and supplies before you start loading a truck. This guide will help you to get ready and make the DIY process easier.
Equipment and Supplies for DIY Moving
We write a lot of how-to guides that show you what to do and how to prepare for a move. And here is a hilarious guide to what not to do when hiring movers.
What Not To Do When Moving
Hiring local day labor is another option to move. They might offer you flat or lower hourly rates, but there are plenty of scam artists out there. Therefore rather than taking the risk of dealing with day laborers that have not much of a track record, it is far better to hire professional movers that have been in the business for years. Another important factor to consider is their reviews.
Professional Movers vs Day Laborers
Residential movers and labor helpers provide a wide range of services including packing, unpacking, furniture disassembly, loading and unloading of large trucks and etc. There are important questions that need to be asked before choosing a right option.
Questions for Movers
Many people choose to rent a moving truck and doing everything themselves because it's usually a cheaper option than hiring full-service movers. Here are some tips on renting moving trucks.