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       Moving Companies

       Types of Moving Companies

       Moving Company Musts

       Your Rights and Responsibilities

       Moving Basics

       Terms to know

Moving Company Musts

Having some basic knowledge of the moving business will be an advantage to you when shopping around for professional movers. You’ll want to investigate the moving company in advance to make sure they’re licensed, and you may even contact the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA) for information on their customer record. Be sure you’ve decided on the services you’ll need for your move prior to contacting prospective movers, so that you’ll be prepared to ask whether their business is capable of accommodating your needs. Additionally, you should inform the movers about the layout of your space and request detailed information on any additional costs that might be generated from unforeseeable conditions that might occur in the duration of the move.

Once you’ve decided on a moving company, communicate thoroughly about your expectations, needs, and requirements. If you’re hiring a full-service moving company that will pack, transport, and unload your belongings, you’ll also want to find out about their liability policies and how they handle the event of damaged properties. You’ll usually receive an initial estimate of the cost for your move, and estimates can be either binding or non-binding. However, a final written contract (also called a bill of lading) should outline the duration of the job, the date of your move, business liability insurance information, and the entire cost for the project.


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