I get upset when I hear a client telling me that so and so, who they found on x list, is only charging…. I get upset because we are not expensive. We charge enough to pay our bills. No vacations in Europe, no fancy cars, no large bank accounts. Let’s look at the other … Continue reading My phone estimate for moving is only….
I recently had a phone call that went like this: My mover just called and said they can’t move me, can you help? Yes I can, Where do you live? I need to come out and see what you have so I can give you an estimate. The other mover didn’t. What do you charge … Continue reading Moving phone estimate
If you are hiring a mover, here is a quick review of how your mover will come up with a price for you When they come out (not if! insist on it!) A reputable mover will fill out a “cube sheet” on what you have in the house, apartment or office. They may use a … Continue reading NJ Moving Estimates
Today is about balance. I can rant about the unlicensed and uninsured movers but there are lots of great movers in NJ, besides BD Movers 😉 , here are a few I know of: Harrington Movers : Jeff Harrington was recently voted mover of the year by the NJ Warehouse and Movers Association. Great Guy! … Continue reading Great NJ Movers!
Today I received a call from a client I gave an estimate to last month. He wanted to hire us to move the items the low quote mover had not moved. I asked what had happened and heard this story… The other mover had quoted on the phone (by NJ law we must come out … Continue reading NJ Moving companies are not equal
You need to move and you are working your plan to find your moving company. Here are your choices, Phone book – possibly a hundred movers are listed in your phone book. You know none of them but recognize a few names. The problem – you know none of them. Internet List – lots of … Continue reading Household Moving NJ
OK, you decided to move to Lithuania or Egypt (both moves we are doing right now) Maybe you ordered the overseas container yourself and are getting anxious to take the next step. Here’s what you need to to remember. 1. Call the embassy or your forwarder and get a fact sheet on the country you’re … Continue reading International Moves, 5 things to remember