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  1. 4 Things to Rem em be r whe n Hiring a Mo v in g Company

  2. Planning a move isn’t easy. Not to mention the hurdle of shifting your stuff from one place to another. Fortunately, that’s what hiring companies are here for. They make your moving experience much simpler and stress-free, provided you hire the right company. Here are 4 things to remember while hiring one.

  3. REPUTATION Reputation of a company is extremely important, because that shows how reliable the service is for you. Ask your family and friends for recommendations. Ask a company how long they have been in business and look for customer testimonials as well.

  4. FEES/QUOTES Fees or moving quotes vary from one company to another. Don’t forget to enquire what is included in the price. Most moving companies will bring along necessary boxes and packing material with them. Confirm there are no hidden charges, compare the estimates and choose wisely.

  5. BE PROACTIVE Does the company have liability coverage? This is vital when you need to move your valuables. Reliable moving companies often include coverage of items that have broken during transit. Hence, check with the company if they cover the cost of damage.

  6. LICENSED Ensure the company that you hire is certified and licensed. There are several moving companies out there that are simply bogus. Hence, before making the decision, do a background check and confirm that the company is legitimate.

  7. While hiring a moving company, keep these essential points in mind as you’re investing your hard-earned money in it. For more details, visit or call (800) 419- 7962.