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Moving Out and Moving On

Tips on finding a moving company and what works and what doesn’t work and what to ask when you find a company to make sure they will work for you.

Walt Disney said, "We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."

If you're moving forward it may be towards a new job, a new life, and a new home. Moving, for what ever reason can be an adventure or a stressful event that makes you want to nail that door shut. If you are ready for a move and want it to be a good one there are a few things that you can do to help towards this goal. One of the most important things that too many people put off is hiring a moving company. People who wait until the last minute and find a moving company out of the phone book or off a flyer are statistically less satisfied with their moving process and more inclined to suffer an increase level of stress. Who you hire to pack, load, and unpack your possessions can make or break you in a move. Finding a mover through word of mouth is a great way to find a reliable and professional mover that will make your transition a smooth one.

The internet is a great search engine to find consumer based web sites such as Angie's List that will allow you to find consumer rated businesses and read reviews. Finding a company that can cater to your specific needs that you know has a good word of mouth reputation can help make moving through that door a whole lot easier.

Once you find a mover take the time to do a quick phone interview and get some basic information. To get a price quote you will need to know how many rooms you're moving, if it's a whole house you need to know the square footage. Do you have any specialty items such as a grandfather clock, a waterbed or a piano? The cost to move specialty items will be higher and you may want to make sure the mover you select has actual experience in moving these items.

Find out what the breakage policy is and make sure any contract states the same policy information that you were quoted in your phone interview.

It's also a good idea to find out how the moving company unloads your new home. Do they put the boxes in the rooms they are destined for or in one pile for you to sort out later? Different companies will have different practices so never assume that every company will work the same way. If in doubt be sure to ask.
And nowFree Articles, go enjoy your new move; opening doors to you're new adventures.

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