Moving yourself or hiring pros? One of the most commonly asked questions in our business. This guide provides a few cases when you should not move yourself and hire professional service.
When Not To Move Yourself
Many people think if the mover's insurance does not cover damages during the move, then their homeowner’s insurance will cover the damages to property and other losses. However, this is not always the case.
Does Renters Insurance Cover Moving?
Problems with movers are common. Find out about the most common problems and how to prevent them before they even happen.
Common Disputes with Movers
If you are moving yourself then most likely you are going to rent a moving truck. Just like everything else, moving trucks come in different shapes and sizes. So the first question that comes to mind is, "What size moving truck should I rent?"
How to Choose a Right Size Truck
The USDOT number is required under the FMCSA regulation for Commercial Motor Vehicles that operate interstate. It allows Federal and State Agencies to track company's information.
What is a US DOT Number?
So you've hired a local company at an hourly rate, but don't know how to keep the final costs down. Generally, helpers and movers charge by the hour. The main factor is to be as prepared as possible before your contracted crew arrives.
Tips for Moving at an Hourly Rate
Holding a garage sale is a good way to free yourself of unwanted items and make the moving process less time-consuming. This guide provides information on how to advertise your items and make some extra cash.
Garage Sale Before You Move