Moving adds a level of stress to your daily life, but selecting the right moving company will help ensure that your transition to your new home is a straightforward and easy as possible. As a consumer, you need to know that you have rights and responsibilities when you hire a mover, negotiated the moving contract, and pay the final bill.
The entire moving process can feel like a chaotic ordeal. Very few people enjoy a relocation. You have planning, logistics, packing, and organizing to ensure everything is in order for the movers.
You must take many factors into consideration when you relocate to a new home – logistics, your family, scheduling services, and packing among others. It may be easy to overlook the moving rights you are entitled to. You will be better prepared and protected when you use a moving company if you take a moment to understand those rights.
Without a doubt, you are comfortable using mobile apps and other technology to make tedious, mundane tasks much simpler. Did you know that you have a wide array of technology options to help with your upcoming relocation?
When moving to a new home, the distance of the relocation will play a key role in determining the type of professional mover you hire, or even if you need professional moving services at all.
If you run a business, third-party logistics plays a key role in your operations. You may need to outsource some of all of your freight brokerage, supply chain management, storage and delivery needs, and transportation.
Sometimes the deal seems too good to be true, but we want a bargain. Then after our money is in the other guy’s pocket, we discover it’s an elaborate scam. Unfortunately, the moving industry has its share of scammers, although the vast majority of professional movers are legitimate and honest.
You know that knowledge is power, especially for consumers. Signing a moving contract takes a little advanced knowledge about the various moving industry definitions that show up frequently in moving documents. Here is our last installment of our four part series on moving industry terminology definitions: Full service mover. This is the professional to hire […]
This is part 3 in our series about understanding moving contracts and the terminology that is specific to the moving industry. We continue with definitions here: Bill of lading. The Bill of Lading is your receipt that shows the moving company is now in possession of your household goods. It will also contain the contract […]