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  • How Much Can My Box Weigh?
    When it comes to packing your precious belongings, we recommend keeping individual boxes under 50 pounds. Remember, we want to keep your items safe and our movers in good shape, so try not to overload those boxes!
  • When Will Wardrobes Come?
    Your trusty wardrobe boxes will be delivered on the day of your move. While our skilled team works their magic disassembling and wrapping furniture, we kindly ask you to pop your hanging clothes into the wardrobe boxes for a seamless transition.
  • How Much Should I Tip?
    Tipping is a personal choice, but it's always appreciated by our hardworking crew. The standard tip for our movers typically ranges from $20 to $200 per mover, depending on your budget.
  • When Do I Pay?
    For local moves, payment is collected immediately after the job is completed. For long distance moves we ask you pay the day before delivery. We like to keep things simple and hassle-free.
  • How Can I Pay?
    We offer numerous convenient payment options. Please call office for more details for security purposes.
  • Packing Advice
    Packing can be an art form, and we're here to help you master it. Explore our packing tips to ensure your cherished items make the journey to your new home unscathed. Packing Breakables Like a Pro Packing breakables can be a nerve-wracking task, but with the right approach, you can keep your fragile items safe during the move. Here are 10 detailed tips to help you pack breakables like a pro: 1. Gather the Right Supplies: • Start by collecting sturdy boxes in various sizes. • You'll need packing paper, bubble wrap, foam sheets, packing peanuts, and packing tape. 2. Prepare Your Workspace: • Set up a clean, spacious area to work in. • Lay out all your packing materials for easy access. 3. Sort and Organize: • Group your breakable items by size and fragility. • Separate delicate items like glassware, porcelain, and ceramics from sturdier ones. 4. Wrap Individual Items: • Begin with the most delicate items. Wrap each piece in packing paper or bubble wrap. • For extra protection, use foam sheets for particularly fragile items. 5. Use Dividers: • Consider using cardboard dividers inside boxes for glassware or stemware. • These dividers prevent items from touching and potentially chipping or breaking. 6. Fill Empty Spaces: • Fill the bottom of each box with packing peanuts or crumpled packing paper. • Insert wrapped items into the box, ensuring a snug fit to prevent shifting. 7. Layer with Care: • Place a layer of packing paper or bubble wrap between each item in the box. • Add more packing material on top of the items to create a cushion. 8. Seal Boxes Securely: • Use strong packing tape to seal the boxes securely. • Reinforce the corners and edges for extra strength. 9. Label Boxes Clearly: • Clearly mark the boxes as "Fragile" on all sides. • Include a brief description of the contents, so you know what's inside each box.
  • Emptying Drawers in Dressers
    We ask that you empty dresser drawers for the safety of your furniture and of our professional movers.
  • No to Shipping Boxes
    We all love Amazon, but their shipping boxes aren't designed for moving. Let us provide you with sturdy, reliable boxes that won't let you down during the big move. (If you purchase $350.00 we offer free delivery)
  • Is My Grandma's Antique China Safe?
    Rest assured; your priceless heirlooms are in safe hands. We treat your precious cargo with the utmost care, just as if it were our grandma's antique China.
  • Can I Bring My Pet Pigeon?
    Pets are family, and we welcome them with open arms! Just make sure to prepare a comfortable space for them during the move to keep them happy and safe. We ask that all pets are kept confined in a safe room and or crate so that they are safe and so are the professional movers. You can do the same thing for your kids lol
  • What's the Best Way to Label Boxes?
    Labeling your boxes is like giving them a GPS. Be specific and organized with your labeling, and you'll thank yourself when it's time to unpack in your new home.
  • Can I Pack My Plants?
    Greenery is wonderful, but plants can be sensitive. Please note that on some long distance moves we are not allowed to take the plants over state lines. We also recommend letting us load fragile plants in your car to ensure their safe delivery.
  • What Happens If It Rains?
    Rain or shine, our dedicated movers come prepared for all weather conditions. Your belongings will stay dry and protected, no matter what Mother Nature throws our way.
  • What's the Secret to a Stress-Free Move?
    The secret to a stress-free move is simple: stay calm and let us do the heavy lifting. And good communication! Help us to help you by keeping us in the loop, The more we know the more we can better assist you. We're here to make your move charmingly stress-free, so you can focus on the excitement of your new adventure.
  • What Should I Do with My Hot Tub?
    Hot tubs are cool, but they're also heavy! Don't fret; just let us know, and we'll bring the muscle and expertise to safely move your hot tub to its new home.
  • Do You Offer Storage Options?
    If you need a temporary home for your belongings, we've got secure storage options that are as dependable as our moving services. Your items will be safe and sound until you're ready for them.
  • How Do I Change My Address?
    Don't forget to update your address with the post office and all your important accounts. We've even prepared a handy checklist to make sure you don't miss a thing during your transition to a new address. 1. Notify the Post Office: • Visit your local post office or go online to the USPS website to officially change your mailing address. This ensures that your mail is forwarded to your new address. 2. Update Government Agencies: • Notify government agencies such as the IRS, Social Security Administration, and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) of your new address. This is crucial for tax and identification purposes. 3. Update Your Driver's License: • Visit the DMV to update your driver's license or state ID card with your new address. Each state has its own rules and timelines for this, so check your state's requirements. 4. Update Voter Registration: • If you're eligible to vote, don't forget to update your voter registration with your new address. You can typically do this online or through your local election office. 5. Inform Financial Institutions: • Notify your bank, credit card companies, and other financial institutions about your change of address. This helps ensure that you receive important financial statements and updates. 6. Update Health Providers: • Inform your healthcare providers, including doctors, dentists, and insurance companies, about your new address. This ensures you receive medical bills and important health information. 7. Notify Utility Companies: • Contact your utility providers (electricity, gas, water, internet, cable, etc.) to transfer or cancel services at your old address and set up new services at your new home. 8. Update Subscriptions and Memberships: • Notify magazines, newspapers, subscription boxes, and any clubs or memberships you belong to about your change of address. 9. Alert Schools and Employers: • If you have school-aged children, inform their schools about the address change. Additionally, update your employer with your new contact information for payroll and HR purposes. 10. Update Online Accounts: - Don't forget to update your address on online accounts, including social media, online shopping, and any other websites or apps you use regularly. Remember to complete these steps well in advance of your move to ensure a smooth transition and to avoid missing important mail or experiencing disruptions in services. Changing your address properly helps you stay organized and connected during your move to a new home.
  • What's Your Best Moving Playlist?
    Moving can be a lot of work, but it's also an opportunity for fun. Check out our curated moving playlist to keep the energy up and the good vibes flowing during your move. Spotify, apple music and YouTube all have uplifting and calming music playlist to keep everyone focused and in good spirits.
  • Can You Handle Large Items?
    Big or small, we've got the expertise and equipment to handle it all. From pianos to refrigerators, our experienced team is well-equipped to move your large items safely and efficiently. 1. Stair Crawlers for Easy Access: • For items that need to navigate stairs or tight spaces, we employ stair crawlers, also known as stair-climbing hand trucks. These nifty devices allow us to transport heavy and bulky items up and down stairs with minimal effort. Whether it's a piano, a couch, or a refrigerator, we've got the tools to handle it. 2. Hoisting Expertise: • Some items may be too large or heavy to fit through doorways or tight corners. In such cases, we're skilled in the art of hoisting. We can safely lift and maneuver these items through windows or balconies, ensuring they reach their destination without a hitch. 3. Trained and Experienced Team: • Our moving crew is not only friendly but also highly trained and experienced in handling heavy items. They understand the nuances of maneuvering large furniture and appliances, ensuring the utmost care and precision. 4. Protective Measures: • We take extra precautions to protect both your belongings and your home. Our team uses padding, straps, and protective coverings to shield your items from damage during transit. 5. Tailored Solutions: • Each move is unique, and we tailor our approach to your specific needs. Whether you have a grand piano, a sectional sofa, or a massive wardrobe, we have the expertise and equipment to get it safely to your new space. 6. Consultation and Planning: • Before the move, we'll consult with you to assess any potential challenges related to heavy items. This allows us to plan and execute the move with precision, ensuring a smooth and stress-free experience for you. 7. Attention to Detail: • We pay meticulous attention to detail, from securing items properly in the truck to carefully unloading them at your new home. Our goal is to make sure your heavy possessions arrive in the same condition as they left.
  • What about our carpets?
    Did you get a new carpet we have ways to protect it. We have neoprene floor runners and plastic wrap to put down to protect new carpet or floors. Prices for plastic floor wrap are listed in proposal.
  • Carpet moving?
    Not a problem for us! We do ask that carpets are vacuumed before moving day so that they are clean and ready for your new home.

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