Residential Moves

If you and your family are moving into a new property, it is important that you’re certain you’re employing a moving company which has the kind of qualified movers and helpful service that make the tedious job of moving more tolerable. Moving to a new home can be a very exciting occasion, and the one thing you don’t to focus on is getting slowed down by all that goes into meticulously relocating your possessions from your old home into your brand new one.

Steps Of A Residential Move

  1. Plan carefully for your move
  2. Pack and load with Economovers moving services
  3. Full-service moving shipping and payment
  4. Full-service unloading and unpacking

Free Estimate

You’ll need to setup a scheduled appointment with Economovers for a totally free, on-site estimate for what it will cost you to relocate all your possessions. This is going to ensure that you won’t be surprised by any unpredicted charges at the completion of the transfer. At the time of the estimate, your Economovers sales representative gives you a pamphlet called “Your Rights & Responsibilities When You Move”. This booklet provides property owners with critical, buyer protection information that’s very helpful during a move.

Packing

You are able to load up as much or as little as you desire. Economovers are able to do any amount of packing you need to have them do, which can be advantageous for individuals who would rather package a few of their more valuable or personal items independently. 48 hrs before the actual move, Economovers shows up to your home and commence to get everything prepared for the big day.

Moving Day

On moving day, your Economovers driver will conduct an intensive examination of inventory to make sure that everything is appropriately tagged and in their place. You’ll review the document with him and sign off on it to make certain that everyone is in complete agreement in regards to what is going to be moved. After this contract is authorized, the driver will tell you approximately when you might anticipate the truck to arrive at the desired destination.