August 29th, 2011
Here is an important “to do” list to assist you choose the right mover:
1. Get a written moving estimate from several moving services.
The moving estimate should be based on an actual inspection of your household goods.
2. Make sure the mover has insurance and is licensed by the proper authority.
For moves from one State to another, a U.S. DOT number is issued by FMCSA. You can double-check a mover’s license on www.protectyourmove.gov. For moves within a State, requirements vary. Check with your State, county or local consumer affairs agency or your State attorney General.
3. Remember your priorities when choosing a mover.
If you hire a mover based solely on the cheapest price, you may be sacrificing other things that are actually more important, such as getting your possessions moved and delivered on time. And remember, movers are required by law to deliver your goods for no more than ten percent above the price of a non-binding estimate. This is known as the 110 percent rule.
4. Do your homework.
Read “Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move,” a booklet from the Federal government that your mover is required to give you if you are moving from one State to another. This booklet also has information you’ll need if your goods are lost or damaged during the move. Finally, check the mover’s complaint history with local consumer advocacy organizations, such as the Better Business Bureau.
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August 11th, 2011
More than 40 million Americans move each year for personal reasons and career opportunities. It’s a significant event in anyone’s life. Your money, your memories are at stake. It can also be stressful, even under the best of
circumstances. Know how to avoid one of the most stressful situations that can arise; protect yourself from dishonest, “rogue” movers.
Most moving companies are legitimate businesses that do quality work. But in recent years, a growing number of complaints have been filed against interstate movers-and many of those complaints spring from the fraudulent practices of a small percentage of dishonest movers known as rogue movers.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), has initiated a partnership with other Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies, consumer groups, and the moving industry to make sure you have the information you need to “Protect Your Memories. Your Money. Your Move.” from fraud.
Doing Your Part
The Federal government, State and local law enforcement agencies, and the legitimate moving industry have joined forces to combat moving fraud, but you have an important role to play as well. If you’re planning to move, it’s important to learn as much as you can about your rights and responsibilities.
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July 29th, 2011
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- Fully Licensed & Insured
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- Local & Long Distance Moves
MOVERS USA is a fully licensed and insured moving company that offers Local, Long-Distance, Commercial and Office Moving Services. In addition, we offer expert packing services and full-service storage in our climate controlled storage facilities.
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Ohio to Texas Move:
” During early June I moved with my family from Toledo, OH to Galveston, TX. Our movers with Movers USA, Inc. Did an incredible job moving our things across country. They were very professional about letting us know when he would be arriving with our furniture and boxes, making sure we would be available. I really appreciated everyone’s help and great service. I would recommend Movers USA, Inc. To anyone. Thank you so much for an incredible move! ” —By anthonygreen
Maryland to West Virginia:
” My family and I recently moved from our home in Crumpton, MD to a new home in Shenandoah Junction, WV. All of our movers were excellent; they arrived on time and were very careful with our belongings. They did not damage any of our things in the process. Overall we are very pleased with the service and plan on recommending the movers to everyone we know. Thank you so much for the wonderful move! “—– By AbbyYard
Delaware to Delaware:
” During the beginning of July my family and I moved from our home in Ocean View, DE to a new home in Rehoboth Beach, DE. The movers that moved my family did an outstanding job. They were professional and accommodating. We will refer them every time, thank you so much for an outstanding move! ” —— By JosephFav45
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July 27th, 2011
As the busy season of the moving year rolled around, Movers USA decided to make a change. They teamed up with an organization called Move for Hunger, to help local food banks. For those who have moved now, sometimes you can’t take your food with you when you move, so ultimately you just end up throwing it away. This is where Move for Hunger stepped in, to take that unwanted food, and put it to good use.
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June 23rd, 2011
Moving is in general a hectic job. If you have pets, the moving task may haunt you prior to the date of moving. It is obvious that moving companies would take care of the household chores. Careful planning is needed when you move with pets. Define first whether the pets will move with you or you will be placing the pets at boarding channels.
Different pets have different habits and problems and the owner are well aware of it. Few steps could be followed irrespective of the types of pets. This effort will ease the moving process.
If you are on a long distance move you will have to stop at a regular interval to take dogs or cats for a short walk and to release the natural excretions. Else this may trouble you. Also it is important to have familiar items with the pets to make the environment cozy.
For safety and security try to use a pet-carrier. Cats, small dogs and smaller animals need close confinement in a pet-friendly container. Try to avoid heat stress during summer using car air conditioner. This won’t let the pets to upset during the long distance move. Also try to carry water.
It is equally important to check the new place whether it is pet friendly. Scan the facilities like fencing and holes are okay or not. It is advisable that pet must travel on empty stomach. Once you reach the new place, take advice from the veterinarian.
June 1st, 2011
Though we all know that people move from one place to another in search of opportunities, the other possible causes being family, education, health and business. But to be specific as to why people are moving to Virginia, we can cite the following rationalities:
The living cost is quite lower as compared to other popular cities in VA. The Virginia Movers do advertise primarily on the basis of this particular subject line. Housing rate also runs at an affordable level. Traffic is not too bad. Rush hour is just that, about an hour. And it only really affects only a handful of spots, unless there is an accident. There are not many clubs in Richmond focusing on teenagers here.
The attractions are:
- Virginia Wine Country
- Colonial Williams-burg
- Blue Ridge Parkway/Skyline Drive
- Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
- George Washington’s Mount Vernon
- Alexandria’s Old Town
- Arlington National Cemetery
- Wolf Trap
- Virginia Beach
- Hampton Roads Naval Museum
When you move to Virginia, the following things you should take care of related to your vehicle :
- Notify the Commissioner of Revenue. Otherwise, your vehicle might still accrue personal property taxes.
- Inform the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for file update purposes. Include your name, customer number, vehicle title number, and the last four digits of the vehicle identification number for all of your vehicles.
- Notify your insurance company of your move and provide a new address.
- Notify your leasing company if your vehicle is leased.
March 16th, 2011
Moving coupons are basically a kind of discounts feature given to the potential movers to make the moving estimate attractive. This is also a way out as to how the local movers Maryland can get more business in the state of MD.
There are different kinds of moving coupons are available like: Box delivery coupons, local moving coupons, long distance move coupons, storage discounts, winter special coupons etc. Among all the available coupons, movers can get the discounts on selected items. For example, someone is just wants to have the delivery services on the packaged boxes. Then she is likely to get the first kind of discounts and thus leading to a cheaper moving estimate at the end.
It has noticed that the winter is the lean season for the moving industry as a whole. Covered with snows all round the country, the Maryland movers put all round effort to sustain their business profitability and thus break-even during that period. They get little bit of time as compared to the other seasons of the year. So they try to attract the few available potential movers. Competition becomes fierce among the movers to get maximum possible business out of the handful of clients. They offer discounts at this period which is otherwise can be called as winter discounts.
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March 9th, 2011
The prime clients for most of the moving companies are the residents of the state or the country where the moving company is operating. Suppose the Best Movers MD is based at Maryland, USA, then the targeted clients of the moving company would be the county and city residents of Maryland. In addition a moving company can concentrate to offer her services to the adjacent states as well. In our example it would be Virginia, Pennsylvania.
Like other companies, it is true that the moving companies are also interested to build their brand among the local residents who are moving to DC. So they really try to serve the customers at the best possible ways to gain faith and thus the referrals from the existing customers or the companies. People are smart enough while choosing a moving company locally say in Maryland. They mostly rely on the word of mouth of the friends, relatives and near contacts. That’s why the movers are working hard to serve best to its residents.
The question is why the moving companies would have the digital social media network?
Simple: The moving companies need to communicate on a regular basis to its customers and getting the feedback on the basis of that they can improve their services in regular basis. There is other few advantage of the social media network on part of the moving companies:
1. They can track their clients and vans through mobile updates and mobile blogging.
2. A great deal of fan followers which in turn offer businesses.
3. Positive and Negative inputs from the followers and thus quick action.
4. Online reply would fetch much belief to the customers.
5. Positive feedback from the professional network can do wonder for the moving business.
Let’s improve the local moving service in Maryland.
March 3rd, 2011
Moving is not an easy job to do. It requires time and proper planning. Packing, transportation, loading, unloading, unpacking, storing, rearranging etc are several processes which people may have to pass through during moving whether it is residential relocation or commercial relocation. During the entire process people may get into trouble and become panic. They feel very exhausted and stressful. The troublesome and most chaotic process of moving can be made simpler and smooth with the help of professional Movers USA Inc.
Here are ten reasons to hire Movers USA Inc. –
- More than 20 Years of combined experience Industry leading standards.
- Customized services to fit any and all moving requirements, budgets and schedules.
- Our consistent movers are professionally trained to deliver exceptional outcome the first time, every time.
- We suggest that you consider our specialized packing service for your fragile items and items requiring special care. We have the expertise and experience to make sure that customers who choose our packing service find their items packed properly and organized room by room.
- No additional fees for special days, weekends or holidays. We service our customers 7 days a week.
- Antiques, fine art and piano moves and handling.
- Property and cargo Insurances available.
- Free blanket wrap of all wooden furniture.
- Disassemble and reassemble of major furniture.
- Provide close and courteous customer service.