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Defining Your Moving Charges

Defining Your Moving Charges

In a continuing effort to empower our customers to make informed decisions when it comes to moving, we would like to continue our highlight on industry terminology.  As we mentioned before, the business of relocation has developed a vocabulary...
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday

Terminology Tuesday

At times understanding the mumbo jumbo in a lease can leave you scratching your head and feeling like you need a lawyer just to sign it. Take these glossary terms and terminology will most definitely help you in your...
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

Elevator Carry: An additional fee that most moving companies charge in order to transport your goods in an elevator either at the pickup point or destination. To ensure the mover’s are aware of your particular moving needs, let them...
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

Bill of Lading – customer’s receipt for goods and contract for transportation. The customer’s signature acknowledges that the household goods can be loaded on the van and released to the carrier. DOT – Department of Transportation – the federal agency which,...
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

Our series of Terminology Tuesday is to help YOU avoid all moving problems by being informed and planning ahead. Unfortunately there are so many scam moving companies who will take advantage of you. We want to make sure you...
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

First and foremost, we want to stress the importance of determining if your mover is registered with FMCSA by accessing www.protectyourmove.gov or calling FMCSA at (202) 385 9805. Unfortunately, we hear so many horror stories of people signing with...
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

Appliance Service – preparation of major electrical appliances to make them safe for shipment                                Bill of Lading – the receipt for your goods and the contract for their transportation. It is your responsibility to understand the bill of lading...
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday! Depending on the move, the specifics and details can get confusing. That’s why we created Terminology Tuesdays where each week we will go over five moving terms that will help you have a better understanding of your...
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

Depending on the move, the specifics and details can get confusing. That’s why we created Terminology Tuesdays where each week we will go over five moving terms that will help you have a better understanding of your moving process....
Terminology Tuesday
Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

Depending on the move, the specifics and details can get confusing. That’s why we created Terminology Tuesdays where each week we will go over five moving terms that will help you have a better understanding of your moving process....

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Is There a Difference Between a Quote and Estimate?

Simply put, a quote is an exact price for a job set by the contractor while an estimate is the contractor’s best guess as to how much it will cost, subject to change. A quote is set in stone, unless there is a variation to your contract, which would include extra work or a change in the scope of a job. There is no such thing as a binding estimate, your contractor can change the price for a variety of reasons.

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