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When deciding to hire a moving company, the options can be a bit overwhelming. Which company will be right for your move, at an affordable cost, with satisfaction guaranteed? Here are some tips that will help you to interview professional movers:

  • •Ask about the company history. Questions about where the company started, how long they have been in business, and how long employees have been with the company, can all be very helpful when choosing a moving company. The longer a company has been in existence, usually means the more families they have helped move. Good companies tend to keep their employees for long periods of time.

  • •Have any complaints been filed against the moving company? If so, the company should provide you with a list of complaints, and a description of how they handled each complaint. It is near impossible to have a squeaky clean complaint record, but what is important are the steps taken in order to rectify each customer.

  • •Does the company move all items with people who are employed by them? This is a good question to ask a company if you have any heavy specialty items. Pianos, pool tables, and hot tubs are some examples of items that companies sometimes refuse to move themselves. Be sure to check with the company to see if they are going to be responsible for moving these sort of items, or if they plan to hire a 3rd party company.

  • •It is always good to read company reviews. If a company has a lot of good reviews with few bad ones, it is probably safe to say that the company is reliable. People are more likely to give bad reviews on companies than they are to give good reviews. It is also a good idea to always check with the Better Business Bureau for each company you interview

  • First impressions can give you a good idea of what kind of company you are dealing with. Are the employees professional? Are they dressed nicely, in uniform? Is the office clean and organized? All of these things can also contribute to making a decision when it comes to hiring profession movers.