Do you want a smooth move? Would you like to succeed at your new home with a minimum of fuss and no major disasters? It is possible, with a little preparation and some help from a good moving company. As a moving expert with decades of experience helping families and markets with all sorts of relocations I have some advice for you… in fact, I have a lot of information to give, but let's start with these common moving mistakes to avoid.You can also look for Professional Movers via Advantage Moving Inc or call at 410.688.2947.
1. Waiting too long to hire a moving company. How long is too long? It depends on the time of year and the time of the month. Movers are busiest during summer and at the start and end of each month. Booking your movers at least a few of months in advance is a good idea if you need them when they are in high demand.
2. Moving long distance without evaluating your new city. It won't matter how awesome that new job is if the city you relocate to doesn't offer what you and your family need. Research the place before you take the job offer because you don't want to end up miserable after you've moved your family and all your things fairly across the country.
3. Hiring the lowest bidding mover. Please review any moving company before hiring them, and be particularly wary of those who offer amazingly low prices. There are countless stories of disreputable movers who demand a low price to get your job, then ask for more money after they have all your belongings packed into one of their trucks or improper movers who break or lose your things. Your estimate should be determined by weight and distance, and come with some sort of guarantee.If you need to learn about commercial moving you may head over here.
4. Not telling the movers about EVERYTHING that must be moved. When your moving specialist visits your home to see what you need to have moved so that they can make an estimation of your costs, make sure to show them the pool table in the basement and the extra furniture you've been putting in the shed out back. If you don't, they can't make an accurate estimate of your moving weight and your costs will undoubtedly rise.