May 12, 2016

Finding A Moving Company

Choosing A Moving Company

 

Moving is a stressful occurrence, but choosing the right moving company can help ease the worry. A moving company will make the process easier on you and your family. Finding a moving company that you trust is essential.  Follow the below tips when choosing a moving company to make sure you find the one that fits your needs:

 

  • Look around a few different places for moving companies. Ask friends, ask storage facilities, google the area, and check Angie’s List.
    • In Brooksville Florida we recommend, Start Moving.
    • In Haledon New Jersey stop by the office for recommendation.
    • In Tuckahoe New Jersey we recommend, UMovers.
  • Do an initial screening of the company to check their viability and features. Ask if they are insured, if they background check employees, how long they have been in business, if they have the proper licenses to cross state lines, etc.
  • Look at reviews on social media, such as yelp, Facebook, movingscam.com, etc.
  • Ask at least 2 companies for in-home estimates (3-4 are better, so you make sure you get the best price).

 

Packing your belongings is always part of the process when moving. The last thing you want to happen when you arrive at your new location is to have broken or damaged belongings. Below are moving tips to make sure your belongings arrive safely at their new home and to make the process easier:

 

  • Use zip lock bags or small containers for parts, such as the bolts or screws from furniture. Attach the container/bag to the object it came from so that it’s easier to put back together.
  • Make a moving list. Although you may think you can keep track of everything, a list will help make sure nothing is forgotten and everything ends up where it belongs.

 


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Paige Weary

About the Author: Paige is a Social Media Coordinator at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She brings the most useful storage tips and tricks to your social media feed and loves a good self-storage pun. Beyond work, Paige spends her free time traveling extensively, her most recent trip being the Andes Mountain region of Bolivia.