State to state movers should be qualified and reliable for any move. Here are some tips on how you should go about hiring a moving company for your interstate move.
Moving from one state to another is both taxing and expensive at the same time. This type of move requires an experienced state to state mover who understands all that is required. Below are some tips that can help you in the process of hiring these movers.
• Go with a moving company with a clean track record. Research various state to state movers and make sure they have never been involved in moving scams and have a good standing with the Better Business Bureau.
• Call the state to state movers and ask as many questions as you can to be clear on what they offer and for how much.
• Make sure you are dealing with the real state to state mover and not a broker. If it’s a broker, then insist on speaking to the actual mover and discuss the move with him or her.
• Never sign the moving contract until you understand all that it contains. Some words might be very binding and you may end up paying more for moving services you don’t require.
• Ask for moving quotes but let the quotes be based on weight and not volume. Weights are exact but with volumes you might end up paying for the empty spaces left in the moving truck after you load your stuff.
• Ask for moving insurance but let it be based on weight preferably and not value.
• Don’t accept state to state movers who will only take cash or insists on down payments before they can start the job.
• Trusted moving companies advise that clients should not pay for the move until the move is complete and moving trucks are unloaded at the new place.
• Lastly, you should hire a state to state mover only when you are convinced of their credentials and are sure you will get a high quality moving service from them.