What to Expect & What Not To Do When Movers Pack For You?
Packers are generally highly experienced employees of a moving company. They have years of experience in packing household goods; they move very quickly and efficiently; they are tasked to pack tightly and carefully; and their goal is to pack each carton to capacity without either over packing it (making it too heavy) or under packing it (more paper than needed). They have been trained to meet high industry standards and, in most cases, can make packing look easier than it is. When packers enter your home, they will walk with you and listen to any concerns you may have for special care items. Once they have a good understanding of what needs to be done, they will move to pack your home quickly.
Here are the things we are looking for in moving companies and packaging companies.
- • Packers and moving companies must be licensed and insured.
- • You must have at least three years of experience in the mobile industry.
- • You must have a physical address in this particular city.
- • You must use high quality packaging and sturdy crates.
- • They must have their own shipping company, such as trucks, speed and vehicles.
- • Car companies must have their own car carriers and trailers for safe transportation.
- • You must have professional trainers, including managers and drivers.
Potentially dangerous items Packers and Movers Do not Shift
Genrally packers and movers will always discourage moving illegall and risk items mentioned below
- • Gasoline- LPG Cylinders
- • Lighter fluid- Kerosene or Petroleum Products
- • Matches-Fire Sticks
- • Nail polish remover- alcohol based goods
- • Paints and paint thinners
- • Fireworks and Crackers
- • Live Animals- Pet Dog, Pet Cat or Birds or Fishes
It is very dangerous to move theses goods and fire accident can risk the whole moving shipment.
Perishable foods like meat and vegetables are not transported by packers and movers. However dry groceries are easily transported.
Valuables and documents
- • Jewelry
- • Cash
- • Important documents (deeds, wills, bonds, stocks, etc.)