Preparing For Your Move, Part 5.

Preparing For Your Move, Part 5.

Moving Day Tips. Color Code: As well as labeling, assign each room a color and use coordinating colored duct tape on the top and sides of boxes so that they can be identified when stacked. Fill Space: To prevent damage, use socks or rags to fill in ‘dead air’...
Preparing For Your Move, Part 4.

Preparing For Your Move, Part 4.

Things Not to Pack. Federal law bans moving companies from transporting “hazardous materials”. They also will refuse propane and oxygen tanks, weed killer and pesticides, gasoline tanks, ammunition, batteries, charcoal, pool chemicals, liquid bleach and nail polish....
Preparing For Your Move, Part 3.

Preparing For Your Move, Part 3.

The ‘Not to Exceed’ Estimate. When you ask the mover to provide an opinion of the cost, one option is a ‘Binding Not-to-Exceed’ estimate. With this type of estimate, if your actual weight is more than the written estimate, you’ll pay for only the...
Preparing For Your Move, Part 2.

Preparing For Your Move, Part 2.

Get an On-Site Estimate. The cost of a move is primarily determined by three factors: distance, weight, and extra services rendered. To get an accurate number, The Move Advocate strongly urges transferees to obtain an on-site survey. Having the mover come to your home...