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Here Elite Moving & Storage, strives to make your long distance moving experience a memorable one.
Elite Moving & Storage, strives to make your moving experience a memorable one. Our prime objective is to provide you with a guaranteed pick-up and prompt long distance moving delivery. In order to achieve our guarantee, we employ a full line of well-maintained trucks and tractor-trailers, backed by around-the-clock roadside assistance. As an added value item to you as our client, we have recently installed a GPS tracking device in all of our trucks. Now we know precisely where your shipment is at any given moment. Unlike most other long distance movers, our quality service does not end when you receive your belongings. Our quality assurance representatives ensure that you are satisfied throughout your move and beyond. They are always standing by to answer any question and assist you with any problem you may have. Because we consistently aim for quality customer service, Elite Moving & Storage has earned a solid reputation in the industry for dependable and excellent service.
10 Steps to Finding A Good Long Distance Moving Company
Get recommendations. Ask friends, coworkers, and local real estate agents. (Or, just hire us! Shameless plug.) Look in the phone book for moving companies that have offices near your home. You’re going to want to get an in-person estimate of how much your move will cost. Never assume that big-name companies are best.
Do not get estimates through websites that offer to “find you a mover.”
Find the mover yourself and avoid the numerous scams associated with some of these sites. Lastly, never use household-goods brokerage services that find a moving company for you―they are not regulated by the laws that movers must follow.
Look up possible companies on Angie’s List and/or the Better Business Bureau to get a sense for how they’ve conducted business in the past.
Don’t rely on online reviews. Reviews can be faked or even purchased these days. Make sure your screening potential hires on valid online sites.
Be sure to check sites like movingscam.com and/or – you can also do a search using the company name at Rip-off Report (ripoffreport.com).
While non-binding estimates are legal (as long as they’re given free), as the U.S. Department of Transportation moving guide warns, “You should expect the final cost to be more than the estimate.”
And while interstate movers are allowed to charge you for binding estimates, most will offer them free.
Estimates for interstate moves will be based on the weight of the items you’re moving and the distance of the move. For moves within the same state, rules about estimates vary: Some states (such as California) require that movers give a written and signed binding estimate.