Are you going to be moving soon? Moving is a serious deal. Make the improper selection & you might regret it for a lengthy period of time. A few things to consider:
License & Insurance:
Check to make sure that you select a licensed & insured movers. Every mover must be licensed & insured - it's required by law. The type of license & insurance does can vary depending on the state the business is located in.
Place of Business:
Check to make sure that the movers you select have a physical address & that it actually exists. Having their actual address is key if it's necessary to make a grievance. Be careful when dealing with a moving company that doesn't have an actual address.
Ask if the moving company is a moving company or a moving broker. A moving broker is not a moving company, they are a 3rd party that links a potential client with a moving company & charges you a fee. They do not work with the moving company they just sell them the lead. You have no idea who is going to show up at your door the day of the move.
Some Questions You Should Ask:
Is the Business Insured?
What is the degree of insurance the moving company provides for your move?
Does the movingcompany propose other coverage options other than just basic coverage?
What is the method to file a grievance if needed?
Methods of Payment
What methods of payment are accepted - cash, check, money order, or Visa/Mastercard/Amex?
Is a deposit taken & can I get my money back if I decide to cancel.
When do I have to pay?
Is The Company Credible?
Ask since when the moving company has been doing business?
Ask if the moving company has client references?
Ask if the moving company is authorized to perform moves in the locality?
Ask if the moving company uses their own trucks & staff or does the company use other company's vehicle's & employees?
Take your time. Analyze all your options. In case you would like free information regarding a move, we urge you to visit with our site at Miami Movers.