These tips can help your company move be a good one.
- Get a binding
estimate from the moving company. Make sure the amount is
written in the contract.
- Inquire about
their on-time record and other complaints with the local
Better Business Bureau or consumer complaints department.
- Movers are
limited by law regarding what they can give you for lost or
damaged goods. To cover potential damage, check existing
homeowner's or renter's policy.
- Ask about
expected gratuities and write into contract.
- Have the
contract include a guarantee of how many hours the job will
take, allowing an overrun of no more than 10%.
- Be sure all
charges are listed on contract.
- Inform the
moving company of how many stairs are at your new home.
- Watch loading
and unloading and examine all items carefully before signing a
inventory of your belongings before you pack.