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How to Hire a Local Moving Company

by janeausten

Movement is often ranked as one of the most stressful events in life. So it’s only natural to feel a little anxious if you have a move coming. Maybe you or someone you know has had a bad experience. Well, don’t worry, you’ve come to the right place. This guide will help you navigate the hiring process of a relocating company!

By following these three simple, effective steps, you will ensure that a solid, reliable crew will appear at your doorstep when the montage comes.

Use a Better Ordering Tool from a Business Bureau to Find Member Companies:

“Furniture Movers” is by far the most researched category on the BBB, and is a great place for you to start your search for a Flyttefirma as well. To do this, visit the BBB Web site and click on the

“United States Web” or “Canadian Web” link (this will generally work better than the option to enter a zip or zip code).

When the next page appears, click on the orange link titled find bbb accredited trade.

Next, click the “Type of Business” tab and enter “Transfers” for a type of business, and your city and province / state. Also make sure the “Limit my results to BBB Accredited businesses” option is checked.

Then click “movers” again to further specify what business you are looking for. What should appear next is a list of BBB-accredited movers in your city listed in order of what is closest to you. This is handy because movers usually charge for travel time to and from their office, so all other things being equal, finding movers nearby is best. Most companies will have a direct link to their website in their BBB company profile.

Arrange 3 personal Quotes

Each company will have a rating anywhere from A + (highest) to F (lowest). Look for companies with a decent rating and whose information on their website seems to match your needs and makes sense to you. (For example, if you’re moving long distance, focus on companies that specialize in long-distance movement). Hiring a moving company is not the same as hiring a pizza or taxi, so unless you are moving is simple, it should not be simply booked by phone. Note that not all companies will want to come and give you a personal quote, so you may need to contact several companies to get your 3 quotes. Be prepared to set up an extra quote in case one of the companies doesn’t show up, or won’t come back to you with a quote after they have visited.

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