The contents of your home are a combination of two types of items; things you can put a price on and things you cannot. And while it may be easy enough to have an antique expert tell you that your 18th century Baroque chaise is valued at $8,000, who could put a sentimental value on that odd desk lamp given to you by your college roommate for graduation? The reality is you can’t usually put a dollar figure on the things that matter most.
Valuation is the determination of the economic value of an asset. This concept is thrown around heavily when it comes to selecting a mover. Though there are many different kinds of insurances, from limited to full, at Exodus, we believe this to be the wrong focus.
Like most moving companies, we offer these options. We want to give you the chance to purchase additional coverage to increase your level of comfort. And while it’s great to have insurance, wouldn’t it be that much better to have your stuff arriving on time in one piece? In an effort to provide a more complete kind of peace of mind, we work a little harder to minimize your need for these insurances. By taking pride in what we do, we have been able to maintain a damage ratio that is less than a quarter of the industry average. This means that our measure of income to damage claims is significantly lower than most other moving companies. So while you can put a dollar value on your things, by selecting a company that cares, you can put real value on what is most important to you.