Q - Do I need an on-site estimate?
A - Yes if your apartment or house has two or more bedrooms' worth of items. A reasonably accurate estimate cannot be calculated without a free visual survey (estimate).
Q - How accurate are estimates in general?
A - An estimate is an approximation by definition. There are many factors that can effect the length of a move job.
Q - Do local & long distance estimates differ?
A - Estimates for local moves are based on time, long distance moves are based on cubic feet, weight and distance.
Q - What other charges should I expect?
A - We bring various materials to each job such as: tape, mattress bags, sofa wrap, picture and mirror cartons, and wardrobe boxes. There is a small fee for each, ranging from $4 to $10. See packing services for more information.
Q - When should I call a moving company?
A - The earlier, the better. It's wise to give us four to five week's notice, especially for moves at end of the month.
Q - How long does it take to move?
A - This depends on many factors, such as size of your move, distance to the truck, elevators, and most importantly how well prepared you are.
Q - Is it OK to assist movers with the move?
A - Your indirect assistance is fine. The concern
we have is possible liability, should you be injured while assisting.
Q - How and when should I pay?
A - Other than deposits or extra insurance, most movers except credit cards, cashier checks and cash at the end of your move.
Q - Should I tip the movers?
A - Feel free to tip your movers when they do a good job. Ten to twenty dollars per man is customary.