Even people that are ready for a move can become overwhelmed. It involves transporting your whole household to another place, so it is only normal to be alarmed. Here are some tips that will help you on your moving day.
Moving Day Checklist
Usually moving yourself is the most economical options to move. However, it's more than just renting a truck and buying boxes. Here are the expenses that you should plan for when moving yourself.
The Cost of Moving Yourself
Usually, a parking permit is not required if you intend to park your truck or trailer on private property. If you don't have a driveway, check the law for the particular city.
Parking Permit for a Moving Truck
State agencies are responsible for enforcement and making sure that moving companies are properly certified and follow the regulations. Regulations may vary from state to state and some states' regulations are more strict than others.
Moving Company Regulators
The final cost shouldn't be the only reason why you hire one mover or a helper over another. Asking the right questions and reading reviews from past customers will help you narrow down your options and find dependable and professional service.
Questions for Movers
Often when we plan for a move, we are so worried about large and expensive items that forget about little things. Your movers should know what to expect when they arrive at your home.
What You Should Tell Your Movers
In every moving contract, there is a disclaimer stating what the company will not transport. Most companies will not move cash, jewelry, personal valuable items, and collections.
What Movers Will Not Move