- Are there any other fees that I could be charged for? Will you write that on the contract?
- Does the hourly rate start upon arrival to my home? Does the hourly rate stop when the loaders go on break? Could we please note that?
- Would you be willing to give a binding quote?
- What happens if something gets damaged or lost? (Movers are only liable for 60 cents per pound, but many will still cover the loss of an item as good customer service.) See “What’s Up with Insurance?”
- I am not in a position to pay cash, will you please write on the contract that you accept credit cards upon delivery?
- Your company will be performing the work, correct? You are not brokering this out?
FREE MOVING ESTIMATE
As I traveled so much, I learned how to pack light, but I always felt I was a little bit too nomad. I never ha
MOVING WITH A ROOMMATE
Renting an apartment may be quite expensive, especially if you’re moving to a big city like Los Angeles, Calif
Things to know when moving internationaly
The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) Puts International Movers into 3 categories: Vessel-Owning. There are
Requirements Your Mover Must Meet
A move that crosses a state line at any point; even if the state line is Canada or Mexico; even if you end up
When and how do I pay the mover?
Standard procedure is to pay the mover just before unloading. While most local moves are based on hourly rates