Find Answers to The 6 Most Common Move-Related Questions!

by Ram Sewak Transportation
Whenever there is a discussion about a move, everyone comes up with their own set of questions and experiences. In some way, all of these questions and their respective answers and opinions of different people begin affecting us and our decisions. But if you are one of those who have a forthcoming plan and also a few questions that you still do not have an answer for, we would advise you to book a reputed team of movers like Agarwal Packers and discuss with their team of experts everything you need to then start planning further!

In this article, designed in a questionnaire format, you might find answers to your queries too, and even get to know about many more similar questions that people have in their mind when it comes to relocations. So, without any further ado, let’s commence with the question book and their subsequent answers.

1. Is it impossible to conduct a move single-handedly?

Who said conducting a move alone is impossible. Well, it is risky for sure because the entire thing gets upon your shoulders and you have to look around for all the possible ways to get it done but carrying out a move all by yourself is certainly probable. All you need to look over is your budget, the distance you are moving, and the kind of preparations you have done. If you are confident enough, maybe because it is a local move and you have people and friends around to help you with the packing and preparations, go ahead.

2. What all moving expenses and miscellaneous charges I will be required to pay for during the move?

To be honest, the moment you start preparing for your move, you begin the list of moving expenses that you will pay out over your moving course. Starting from the cost of hiring movers to buy packing supplies, the moving insurance to the fresh costs of getting all the basic services reinstated in your new address. Besides, there always remain fundamental move-related expenses including equipment cost, moving vehicle cost, specialty items moving cost, vehicle moving cost, and whatnot. All of this makes budgeting ahead of your move extremely important!

3. How early should I book the movers? Is it necessary to appoint them soon after the moving decision gets finalized?

When it comes to relocation and its planning, it is better if you take note and do things well in advance. Delaying things and taking decisions casually might put you in a mess later on. So, soon after you have decided upon a moving date, look around for the best moving options as per your budget and select the one that you find reliable and working like experts from Agarwal Packers and Movers. Talk to the movers over call and sit with them over a discussion to see if the deal works for you. Remember, for long-distance or foreign moves, it is better to appoint experts as early as 6-7 months and another thing to be kept in mind is the season you are moving. Off-season moves do not see easy availability of movers, so the early you find and book them, the better things would be.

4. Comparing moving deals seems like a taxing job, is there any other way of doing it?

Comparing deals is very important and there is no other way of doing it. A smart customer has to look out for all possible options and shop around websites to come across that one deal that fits both – their moving needs and their budget. So, no matter how extensive the process seems to be, you have to compare and contrast as many moving options as possible and pick the one that perfectly meets your moving requisites. There are a few things you can do – you can talk to your friends or colleagues who may have moved recently, you can even visit a genuine, professional moving company in your locality to get a clear picture of their moving procedure, costs, and policies, or you can go by the online assistance offered by the moving companies via their expert chat section to come to a decision.

5. Many people complain about their damaged goods post a move, despite buying moving insurance. I am worried. What should I do?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions and we advise anyone undergoing a relocation to have full-coverage moving insurance in place because the wellbeing of your goods should be the top priority. Although when you book a reputed moving organization for your move, you are provided with insurance coverage at an added cost you should clarify with your mover regarding the extent of protection that you will get against the insurance policy. In most cases, the degree of coverage is either insufficient or does not provide the required protection to the high-end valuables at your place, so we advise you to go for an added, full-coverage insurance plan from your insurance provider.

6. What are some of the key packing materials I should have before the packing task begins?

Well, you must know that brown paper, wrapping paper, bubble wraps, foam sheets, packing peanuts, cardboard boxes, heavy-duty packaging tape, safety scissors, and permanent markers are some of the key packing supplies you should have with you before the packing task begins. Apart from that, if you have sturdy cartons, double-walled, customized boxes, you can easily take care of the extremely delicate, expensive items including your glassware items and artwork stuff. You can get them sourced to your place from the nearby supply store, wholesale market or purchase them from the moving company you have hired.

Customer grievances regarding relocation are ever coming, so it becomes extremely important to get them answered as early as possible and with the best suitable answers. Here in this story, we tried to answer a few of them and we hope it will be helpful to you.

If you ever feel confused as to who to book for your move and how you can be sure of your belongings over the moving course, just do not forget to hire the experts from the best logistics brand in the industry – Agarwal Movers and Packers.

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