Hiring packers and movers means that you aren’t expected to do a single moving-related thing until you settle in your new home. We can make that happen for you.
Packers and movers - what to expect?
What you should expect from your packers and movers is, well, everything. You’re busy, or tired of moving often, or simply just don’t want to deal with the unpleasantries moving brings. That’s completely understandable, and the reason we are here in the first place.
Movers and packers should arrive at your home, pack up all of your belongings with safety and caution, load up the truck and help you settle in your home by helping you unpack as well. It seems like a lot of work, but for professionals - it shouldn’t be much of a hassle.
You should expect friendly movers, that are open to your suggestions, who listen to what your needs are, and are determined to complete your move successfully.
But, how do you know which packers and movers to hire?
Which packers and movers should you hire?
- Licensed and insured. Your packers and movers will be handling every single item you own, which means that you probably want them handled by reliable movers. If anything is damaged, movers without a license will not take any responsibility.
- Great customer service. If you don’t receive decent customer service during your first call with the company - you probably don’t want to move forward with them. Your relocation specialist should be at your disposal to help out with any moving help you may need.
- Years of experience. Experience is key when hiring movers. They can claim a lot of different things, but the experience is very important in the industry of moving. No one wants their professional movers to train while moving their home - you need experienced movers and packers to make your relocation happen.
- Professional training and background checks. We don’t train in your home - but ours. This is why we provide professional training for each of our employees that we background check beforehand. Our movers have mastered the art of being the best San Jose movers and packers.
One-day or two-day move?
If you are boasting a lot of square footage - you might be interested in splitting your move in two days, especially if packing is involved. What might happen if you decide to cram it all in one day is that your movers and packers won’t finish. There might just be too much to pack and move, or they simply burned out from working all day long.
If you don’t have another reservation ready for tomorrow - that can be a problem.
Splitting your move in two days means avoiding the unneeded multiple trips by moving in one day, resulting in a lot of downtime and therefore more money to pay your packers and movers.
Another benefit of splitting your move is that you will get a fresh, rested crew each day ready to work and finish your move efficiently.
Let’s say that a realistic estimate for your move is 10 hours. Your movers getting tired will add at least another hour of the process, resulting in 11 hours of moving. Having well-rested movers on both days can cut you at least 30 of work each day, leading to 9 hours of moving instead of 10.
You will also need smaller crews for each day, resulting in a smaller rate per hour that you will be paying for the trips between your two locations.
Remember, this is recommended for larger moves only. Our relocation specialists at San Jose Professional Movers know exactly how to approach your move in the best manner possible. We have the same goal as you: making your move a success. That is why you should hire the best Bay Area packers and movers - San Jose Professional Movers.
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