Do you work for the mover or are you a broker? We are Professional Movers:
Broker’s play a vital part in assisting customers match up with relocating firms. Remember, however, that a broker could not offer you an expecteding quote as well as a broker is exempt for loss or harm.
Do you provide binding quotes?
Over the phone, a moving company or broker could give you a quote that is usually not binding. A mover could offer a binding, or “not to exceed” quote after evaluating your products face to face. Brokers do not commonly give binding quotes.
Does the quote include additional costs?
For instance– flight charges, long bring costs, appliance fees, vehicle parking costs, storage space fees, energy costs, unpleasant things, etc. If you have a piano, you should let them know right up front. Ask them if they have equipment to help with heavy and awkward products.
Will my items be transferred?
Far away moves can occasionally require your products be moved to an additional truck. This additional handling increases the possibilities for damage to occur.
What forms of payment do you approve and on what terms?
We don’t recommend that you employ movers if they only accept cash; be sure you are clear about the quantity that is due on delivery versus the deposit amount, and whether deposits are refundable.Most companies that have a merchant account will approve credit cards so be sure to ask if credit cards are an alternative.
What kind of insurance policy is included in your quote? What else is available to me?
Basic coverage is 60 cents per pound but your moving company may offer an upgrade at a reasonable price. You can also work with 3rd event insurance coverage providers to cover the step.
What is the procedure if something were to crack or is missing out on? Which’s liable?
This is a follow-up to the previous question that clearly breaks down who accountables for what. If you’re reviewing a self-service step, you may not obtain repaid for something that you loaded improperly.