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
A lot of people had never hired a moving company before, always had a family or friends helped them with their move. If you are planning to hire professional movers for your upcoming move, here is a guide to get ready for the moving team.
Preparing for Your Mover
Relocating artwork and antiques is a very delicate job as any item is a costly investment. We recommend hiring professional movers to transport those items. However, if you are short on cash and do not mind the extra work, learn how to pack and move them yourself.
Moving Antiques and Artwork
If you’re a single mother, you already know that both raising kids and planning a move is not an easy job. This guide will help you to organize the practicalities before a move.
How To Move As a Single Mother
When the moving company leaves your property, the most stressful part of the moving process is completed. However, there are still some important things that you have to do after movers leave.
After You Moved In
Many customers decide to move on their own, which includes packing, loading and driving a truck. This option allows you to choose how much help you need based on your preferences and budget.
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