The complete guide to finding right Furniture Movers
Hello, again. Here’s the fourth part of “The complete guide to finding right Furniture Movers.” I am starting from step 15.
Step 15: On-site assessment concerns: The on-site assessment is your best time to tell your concerns to the Furniture Movers consultant. Apart from showing everything in your home, explain him about the new house as well. Are you moving into a converted lighthouse? All possible problems and obstacles. About elevators, narrow staircases, tight corners, and so on. Also, you can ask questions about their methods to moving your precious antique table. Whatever the concerns you have, be open and tell him.
Step 16: Moving Insurance: Here’s another hot topic. The visit of the Furniture Movers consultant is all about estimating the move cost, and to assess the risk on the actual moving day. Some items may need special packing and handling. If you have precious items that you can’t put a price for; then speak with Furniture Movers consultant about Moving Insurance. An adequate insurance is a great way to bring down your stress. If something bad happens to your antique table during transport, the insurance is there for you.
Step 17: Settlement Policy: During the move, anything bad can happen in the blink of an eye. A top-class Furniture Movers employ well-trained staff, but mistakes happen from any experts. So, purchasing adequate protection for your precious items is a thing to take seriously. Before hiring any moving firms, you better know about their settlement policies. After the relocation, you should check for any damaged items before the Furniture Movers staff leave your premises. What happens if your most valuable antique table got damaged, and the movers didn’t take the responsibility? What should you do then? Knowing how to filing a complaint against the chosen moving firm is a necessary.
Step 18: What to ask from Furniture Movers?: Many things are there to ask before hiring a moving firm. The consultant should have a knowledge about the company from A-Z. Don’t be afraid to ask these questions about their company from the consultant.
1) Is Your Company Properly Licensed?: Well, you already asked about the licenses when you contact them for the first time, but you can ask again from the consultant to confirm. Questioning on their licenses would stop you from getting scammed.
2) Company history: Well, the number of years in the industry don’t always guarantee a high-quality service, but you can get an idea of their experience. Furniture Movers won’t last long in the industry if their service is crap.
3) Liability Coverage: Well, the Furniture Movers you are considering must be insured and liable for damage. The company should offer full value protection for your damaged/missing items. Make sure you understand all their terms and conditions. If you are still worried, why not purchase a moving insurance from a third-party?
4) About employees: What happens if a staff member got injured at your premises? Do you have to pay for them? No, Furniture Movers should provide insurance for their workers. You better ask and confirm it.
5) About equipment: About the trucks and their conditions; hosting equipment, special gear and so on. A company can use sub-contractors to perform some parts of the job. So, you better check their background as well.
Well, sorry to stop you from here. I am continuing the guide in the next article. Please read part-5. See you back.