5 Things Your Mover Wishes You Knew

Aqib Ijaz

It doesn’t matter what industry you are in; your work needs you to interact with people. It doesn’t matter whether its new or old clients, you just wish they knew a few things that will make your work easier. The same goes for moving companies. Yes, they wish you knew the following pointers!

Don’t Get in Their Way

How can you help the moving team? Let them do their work, and they will be fine. You may believe you know how to get everything done perfectly, but you are paying the professional team for some reason, right? They are trained and have years of experience.

They deal with such hurdles on a daily basis, so they know better than you. They have been moving furniture, boxes, and delicate items for years. They know what they are doing. So, don’t get in their way, this way you won’t stress, and feel frustrated.

Pack before the Big Day

Does your moving company offer packing services?  If yes, then take advantage of it. If you don’t want to, then make sure everything is packed and ready to move before the moving day.

You don’t want to waste their time. If they have to wait for you to finish packing, remember you are paying for their time. So, don’t waste your money and breath. Get everything ready for the big day.

Take Valuables with You

There are a few things you don’t want the moving team to handle. These are your cash, jewelry, and medicine. Don’t burden them with these valuables, trust us they feel the same way.

The fact is, a moving company will take every chance to steer clear of the chance for being accused of stealing or misplacing your valuables, but they are not allowed to say no to a paying customer.

We understand that taking care of your valuables on a moving day is not a walk in thepark, but it’s one of many challenges you will face during the move. So prepare yourself for this.

Label Fragile Items

You want the move to handle fragile items carefully? No surprise, but how can you expect them to do this if they can’t tell fragile items from the rest of your stuff?

Yes, now you get the picture. If you are packing your stuff by yourself, you have to label the fragile stuff with great care. If you are paying the company to pack, then you should remind them to do so.

Take Precaution with Heavy Items

If there is something heavy, you better pack it separately. Yes, you don’t have to pack them with light items. Even large guys will find big and heavy boxes a headache.

They will have a hard time carrying it around, and it can easily burst open. So avoid putting heavy items in a big box with other lightweight items.

You need to differentiate them by packing them in a small box and label it for its heavyweight. The Demenagement ADT will appreciate this thought.

About Retire Early Lifestyle

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired two decades ago at the age of 38 and began traveling the world. As recognized retirement experts and internationally published authors on topics of finance and world travel, they have been interviewed about retirement issues by The Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, The Motley Fool Rule Your Retirement newsletter, nationally syndicated radio talk shows and countless newspapers and TV shows nationally and worldwide. They wrote the popular books The Adventurer's Guide to Early Retirement and Your Retirement Dream IS Possible.
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