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Hiring Movers? 3 Tips To Ensure You Hire A Good Company

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 27 December 2016 18:30

Good planning can make your next move a lot less stressful on yourself, your family and any animals that may also be relocating with you. Part of an effective moving plan is finding a moving company that you can trust to do the job right. How do you know before you sign any contract that you have found the right company to work with?

 

Is the Company Licensed or Insured?

A reputable company will have its own insurance policy or come with a bond that would cover any damage to your home during the loading process. This insurance policy or bond should also cover damage to property while in transport or while it is being unloaded into your new home or apartment. Another benefit of your moving company having its own insurance policy is that you aren't liable if anyone is hurt at your home. Technically, you are liable for the safety of anyone at your home regardless of why they were invited or otherwise allowed to be there.

 

Will the Owner Come to Your House Before the Move?

Ideally, the owner of the company that you are going to use will come to your house or apartment prior to the move. This gives him or her an opportunity to look at what is being moved and give you a proper estimate as to how long your move should take. It may also provide an opportunity for you to ask questions about the company as well as the people who will be handling your belongings.

 

Can You Track Your Movers Throughout the Moving Process?

It may be possible to ask that you are able to track your moving van throughout the move to ensure that you know where your things are at all times. This cuts down on the chances that your belongings will be stolen with no way of knowing where they are. It will also help you anticipate when your movers will be ready to begin the move or when they will arrive at your new home to begin unloading your stuff.

 

 

Working with professional movers, like Wheaton World Wide Moving, can take a lot of stress and worry out of your next move. Instead of spending an entire day or weekend getting settled, the process may only take an hour or two. However, it is important that you take the time to talk with a number of moving companies to ensure that you find one that will treat your home and your belongings with respect.

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