The daunting task of moving home is made so much easier by hiring a moving company. Your work load will be cut down dramatically if you let someone else handle the heavy lifting, loading and driving. The move will not only be easier, but safer too, seeing as you don’t have to risk putting your back out or dropping anything heavy on your foot. Keep in mind too that the moving staff have a lot of experience and training in this field, so you can add efficiency to the list of benefits.
So, hiring a mover EC2 will make moving a breeze, you won’t have to go through the physical stress of loading and driving the van, so you can do everything at your own pace. The catch of course is that moving companies cost money. You can make sure that you get a good deal by comparing the prices before you commit to hiring one. So where should you start, then?;
Well, you should compile a list of EC2 moving companies to start with. Look around the telephone directories and Internet sites to find companies based in your area. Finding one in your area is a good idea because it’s the most convenient place to go. If they don’t have far to travel to get to your house, there’s no reason for them to be late or charge more than they need to. Once you’ve compiled a list, ask around for recommendations – which companies have your friends and family used in the past. Then ask; Have they had good experiences with them? Did they feel their price point was fair? If the answer to both is yes, then keep that company on the top of your list.
Now that you’ve whittled the list down to a few, you can start comparing prices. Don’t just take the base rate into account, go to their web site and ask for an estimate based on how far you’re travelling, what additional services you want, and if possible, by what kind of van you’ll be using. If the Internet doesn’t provide an estimate that’s detailed enough for your liking, give the company a call to get one from the horses mouth.
If you’re unsure what I mean by ‘services’, here’s a quick run down. When you’re hiring a moving company, you’ll be hiring a van as well as a group of well trained staff. But there’s a bit more to it than that. If you feel you need packing assistance or help disassembling (and reassembling) furniture for example, you will have to make sure that the moving firm can provide this for you. And if they do, make sure that you know if they’re going to charge extra for them. Another issue you’ll have to be aware of is insurance. Make sure you know whether or not it’s included in the price estimate before you actually hire them.
If you stay aware of all of the costs that’s associated with a mover, then you are playing it smart. Don’t think you are being too suspicious and apprehensive, you should be cautious if you’re looking for the best possible deal. Though, that’s not everything that you should be looking for in a mover – there’s also things that money can’t buy, like friendly service. Though, if this ends up costing extra, you might want to look for a different removal company.