Exodus Moving and Storage, Inc. BBB Business Review

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The secret of a stress free move.

The most difficult part of a move can often be coordinating all the details. Our professional moving staff can help simplify your moving experience by utilizing our years of experience, quality equipment and expert planning services.

Because we understand that preparation is the key to the success of your move, we are ready and willing to plan it all from start to finish, helping you to create a relocation checklist to guide the moving process. We understand that comprehensive evaluation and orderly procedure are the backbone of a successful move.

We offer personalized moving services.

Whether you’re moving within your neighborhood, relocating to Colorado, or changing countries, we know that information is power and can help to bring order to the chaos.  At Exodus we take your move seriously which is why we assign a personalized moving coordinator to your case.

After your in-home estimate, your move coordinator will create a moving list for your relocation and will be with you every step of the way to ensure that you know what to expect from the entire experience.

Use professional timelines and checklists.

The suggestions, timelines, and checklists in this section provide useful information regardless of the size and scope of your move.

Whether you are moving to Boulder or moving from Colorado, these lists will help you to know what is on the horizon, taking the uncertainty out and bringing you peace of mind.

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Are there items you can’t move?

There are certain items that we cannot move in our moving trucks. Those items include:
- Combustible Liquids (rubbing alcohol, antifreeze, cleaning materials, etc.)
- Corrosive Liquids (Acid, Bleach, etc.)
- Explosives (Fireworks, Ammunition, Dynamite, etc.)
- Flammables (Aerosol Cans, Gasoline, Kerosene, Ammonia, Propane, etc.)
- Food Items (Nothing perishable, subject to freezing, or sold in a bag or box)
- Plants (No live plants or soil)

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