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Questions to Ask Your Movers Before the Big Day

Moving to Charlotte can take a great deal of effort, though it’s a plan that can be a major positive change to your life! Even if you hire our Charlotte movers, we understand that simply planning the rest of the move could be a strenuous task within itself. When you decide to hire movers, there are some questions you should ask in order to put your mind at ease and make the move that much less stressful. So, what are these questions to ask your movers?

Will You Help with Packing?

Packing up the entire house is one of the most difficult tasks there is. It is always best to get help with the packing process itself because without our professional packing services in Charlotte, you could potentially become sidetracked or just happen to take more time than you’d like. Our professionals will get all your packing done with expert quickness, and you won’t have to worry about a thing!

Are You Properly Licensed and Insured?

If the price looks too good to be true, you should absolutely check for licenses and insurance. A certification with AMSA (American Moving and Storage Association) or any major moving organization will show that they are the real deal. They should also be able to provide proof that they are insured. Even if the offer looks legitimate and good, you should always be sure of who you’re dealing with!

Look into what insurance coverage they offer. They should offer full value protection and released value protection. Released value protection is the standard option, and therefore the cheapest. Typically, released value protection covers your belongings up to 60 cents per pound. Full value protection will cover any and all of your items, but it could potentially cost a great deal more. This is for you to decide as well.

Do You Offer Binding Quotes/Contracts?

In the case of a binding contract, you are set with your quote. However, canceling a binding contract, may incur payment-in-full, with or without additional cancelation fees, or may incur a simple cancelation fee (which may just be your deposit). Without a binding contract, your costs may be greater than, equal to, or, in some cases, less than what your initial quote was. A non-binding quote or order of service will reflect actual costs to the moving company as well as the cost of your Charlotte movers themselves.


When you’re ready to get going on the move to Charlotte, give us a call. We offer all the services you can think up, from packing to residential moving to business relocation to auto moving. You name it, we’ll do it! We are licensed and insured movers in Charlotte, and we are a member of AMSA. Give us a call, ask us all your questions, and get your free, no-obligation quote today at (704) 251-6055!