Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to move?

Any time of the year is good for moving. You can choose a work day or weekend, we work on both. For larger moves we strongly advise having a morning arrival window.

How long does it take to move?

This completely depends on the size of the move. For larger homes, moving can take a few days. This completely depends on the preparation done.

How is the cost of my move determined?

The cost of your move would be determined once the move is done based on the driving and hours spent in labor. Our movers do their very best to provide the quickest, most professional moving service around.

How and when can I pay?

You will be able to pay via credit card or cash once the service is done.

Can my items be stored?

Currently our storage facilities are full. We can definitely provide you with service of Storage in and Out and move your items to Public Storage.

When do movers start charging?

The clock will start once your movers arrive at your first location, and it will stop once that last piece of furniture has been unloaded. The time it took to finish up the move will therefore dictate your final bill at the end of the day.

How do movers charge?

Most local moving companies will offer you an hourly rate that depends on the number of movers you are interested in hiring – after which the time should be prorated. Your final bill will depend on how long it took to execute your move – from start to finish.

Will movers disassemble my furniture?

While disassembly and reassembly is included in most professional moving companies’ rates – doing so by yourself before your move can save you some time and money when the movers arrive. However, if you’re not interested in the hassle of disassembly, don’t have the appropriate tools – or expertise to do so – we would highly suggest leaving it to the movers.

Will movers pack for you?

If you’re interested in a professional moving company’s packing service, you should discuss this with them prior to your move. Packing supplies such as boxes, bubble wrap and dish packs are charged separately, so make sure to go through this information with your move coordinator beforehand.

How do movers pack clothing?

Most moving companies will provide you with wardrobe boxes on the day of your move in case you haven’t had the time to prepack them, and this is the safest way to transport your clothing without it getting damaged or lost during transport.

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