Although the moving industry is regulated by both federal and state governments, there are still companies in today’s economy that operate under the radar of regulation. They do so by not properly insuring their business, employees, or your belongings when
In our first post exposing Top Moving Myths, we shared some basic misconceptions people tend to have about hiring a moving company. In Part 2, we focused on boxes and packing. In this third installment of Top Moving Myths, we
There are a lot of myths out there about hiring out the heavy lifting to a moving company. These myths sadly create much of the anxiety and stress that comes along with relocating. We are exposing the top 12 myths in a three part blog series called Top Moving Myths.
As most of us know, all local movers are not created equal. Depending on the mentality of the owner or management team, the company as a whole may be accustomed to cutting corners whenever and wherever possible. On the contrary,
Hello there again cyber land! It is I, the resident Customer Service Ninja™ at Great Day Moving and today I want to talk about what to do once you’ve hired your professional moving company. It has been my experience that
“I work on-call with the federal government doing damage assessments following natural disasters. This is the season when I review water damage. I see home after home where the owners thought they were fully covered only to find out they
Customers call us often asking for advice on selecting the right storage unit for their moving needs. Whether it’s needed for extra storage of all the clutter while staging your home to sell or temporary storage before you purchase and
I hope to shed some light on a touchy subject for us in the moving industry: rogue moving companies. One online dictionary defines a rogue as “an unprincipled, deceitful, and unreliable person; a scoundrel or rascal.” Rogue movers might seem like a great value for the consumer at first glance, but in the long run they cost more money and create unhappy customers. They also help to create the negative association that people have with moving companies in general.
Do you happen to have an inventory of the items in your home? There are benefits to having a room-by-room inventory of your possessions: Acquire the proper amount of insurance coverage to protect everything you own– not too much, not too little; Have insurance claims settled easier and faster; Validate any losses for tax purposes.