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Searching for the right mover should be more involved than simply looking through the yellow pages and calling the first company that appears under the Moving section.
Price and levels of service can greatly vary depending on the company that is used, so it is important to be cautious and ask others before making any serious decisions.
The Internet can also provide customer reviews and local business listings. When choosing a mover, remember that cost can have a direct influence on how the employees treat your belongings and how they reimburse you in the event that something is broken.
For example, a premium priced service will likely have a larger insurance policy that is able to pay for more expensive items that break as a result of negligence or simply bad luck.
Those with valuable furniture may want to spend a bit more when moving. You should know before hiring anyone what their protocol is in the event that something does break.
Some companies provide in-house repairmen who can help fix the furniture much faster and efficiently than those without this service. Culture within each business may be equally important.
The reason being, if the employees do not respect your property by properly wrapping and securing items in trucks, something could easily break.
Cost usually does not vary depending on the size of the home, so this will not affect the estimated quote provided by the mover.
Usually, the company will document the total items moved out of the house, or offer a flat fee depending on what the expected length of service will be.
The distance between the two homes during the move will also impact the total cost.