Are you going to be moving soon? A move is a big deal. Make the improper selection & you might be sorry for a long time. These are some suggestions:
License & Insurance:
Check to make sure that you pick a mover that is licenced and insured. Each moving business is required to be licensed & insured as 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 pick have an actual location & that it's real. Having their actual location is significant if you need to file a grievance. Beware of a mover without a physical location.
Ask if the mover is a mover or a broker. A broker isn't a mover, they are a third party that links a potential client with a mover & charges you a fee. The broker does not work with the mover they just provide the mover with the potential client. You have no idea who is going to show up at your door the day of the move.
A Few Things You Might Want To Ask:
Does The Moving Company Have Insurance?
What is the level of coverage the mover provides for your move?
Does the movingcompany extend different coverage choices different than just basic coverage?
What is the procedure to file a grievance if needed?
How Can Payment Be Made?
What are acceptable methods of payment - cash, check, money order, or Visa/Mastercard/Amex?
Is a deposit taken & can I get my money back if I decide to not use your service.
At what point does payment have to be made?
Is The Company Credible?
Ask since when the mover has been in business?
Ask if the mover can provide references?
Ask if the mover is accredited to execute moving services in the locality?
Ask if the mover has their own vehicles & workers or do they subcontract equipment & staff?
Do your due diligence. Heed the advice above. In case you would like free information regarding a move, please feel free to visit our site at Miami Movers or check out Miami Movers.