Exodus Moving and Storage, Inc. BBB Business Review

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Packing Yourself.

As trusted Colorado packers and movers, Exodus has been packing fragile and delicate belongings well enough to maintain one of the lowest damage ratios in all of residential moving. It’s this attention to detail that makes us the best moving company, whether local or national, to give advice on how to pack for a move. We are happy to pass these tips on to our customers.

Let Exodus Pack.

As a top Colorado moving company, Exodus’ staff members are trained professional packers. It is our job to protect your items in transit and we not only train in it, but practice in it, every day. We offer full pack as well as partial packing options, packing china, artwork, collectibles, mattresses, and anything else you need securely packed. When you have us professionally pack your belongings, not only do you save time, you can also then choose to place full valuation coverage on those items. Let Exodus Pack for You.

Packing Boxes and Supplies.

Big, small and in between, we have the size moving boxes you need. We have boxes specifically for packing dishes, pictures, lamps and even items hanging in your closet. For your convenience we also have the fabulous packing “accessories” that will make your job easier. For example, packing paper is a blessing when you’re protecting glasses simply because when you unpack you don’t need to remove newsprint left by regular newspaper. Tape, bubble wrap, mattress bags- we have it all.

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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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