Thank you so much for considering to do business with us. Please understand that we are aware of the stigma surrounding the moving industry. With this understanding, we can assure you, that from booking the move to unloading the last piece we will guarantee there will be no fluctuations in pricing. No radical or unauthorized breaks or delays in your transition. No need to feel guilty when you ask the guys to reposition any furniture.
Please understand that you have hired competent help and have agreed to pay accordingly, therefore the movers are at your disposal (labor wise). Our references can attest to the fact that our movers don't complain and make you feel guilty because you have nice heavy furniture, that's going into or coming out difficult places. From attics, basements and garages, if a human being put it there (with their body), we can get it out of there ---safely.
We are a small business without the corporate hierarchy and bureaucracy that you may have encountered just from calling
around. Despite the fact that this industry is mired would like to let you know ahead of time that if price is the major factor when you are looking for a moving company, then you might want to consider the value of your belongings. Moving isn't rocket science but common sense is a vital component.
Proper lifting techniques play a huge role in the relocation process, and improper lifting
plays a huge role in damage claims. The novice mover may not understand this, but when you are trying to get an armorer up
to the 3rd floor that has many twist and turns, you will appreciate that fact that you hired competent movers.
Even movers understand that having a competent lifting partner is essential. Our moving teams have experience working with each other, so we won't have an inharmonious mixture struggling against each other while dealing with your valuables. Trust us, this happens often. Day labor operations are good for this. This is what makes up the bulk of damage claims, and the genesis of the mire.
Moving companies go down to the nearest shelter give a guy a shirt (maybe), and instantly he's on your property with your valuables in his hand. There isn't anything wrong with helping the homeless, but when you mix strenuous labor requirements with menial wages, the outcome is bound to be devastating. Our movers are paid well, thus they perform well. See, potential disgruntlement disarmed.
The recipe for disaster is when you get disgruntled workers that make you feel as if you have banished them to labor camps. Meanwhile, you were expecting to have that same salesman you talked to on the phone, or the guys you saw in the picture perform the move. Image, perception, and phone etiquette's are nice sales tools, (we employ them also) but when it's time to deliver on that promise, you EXPECT the best.
Now here comes our company, boasting about quality, and trying to attract your business. We hope that you will give us the opportunity to deliver on our promise. We have updated references that can attest to our work ethic. No foot dragging, moping around, and smoke breaks. These are all unscrupulous methods used to hemorrhage money from your pocket.