Tips to choose a removal company include asking for quotes from several companies, getting recommendations from friends and family, and looking for companies with proper insurance. Also ensure the removal company has the proper license.
When choosing a removal company, give yourself a few weeks to search for the right one. Most good removal companies are booked up for weeks in advance, and you have to give yourself time to find the right one and reserve your moving date. Get quotes from several companies, and ask about the services they offer. Instead of a quote over the phone, insist on a visit by a company representative to get a more accurate price estimate.
Ask friends and family members who have moved in the past to recommend a good company they worked with. When choosing a company, ensure it has insurance. Do not work with any company that doesn't accept liability for damaged or lost goods.
When searching for a removal company, ensure it has the necessary license. For local moves, contact your state's movers' association to check whether the company has a license. For moves across different states, call the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or visit ProtectYourMove.gov to check if the company has a license.
When choosing a moving company, ask lots of questions on the conflict resolution processes, the delay policies and the company's payment options. Ask about its delays policy and whether it provides additional services such as packing and unpacking.