Moving requests over the years

These are some of the true requests (in spirit if not in word) I have gotten over the years: Can you move the aquarium with water and fish? No Can I leave the food in my refrigerator and freezer? No Can I leave the clothes in the dressers? Yes Can you move my mother before … Continue reading Moving requests over the years

International Moves, 5 things to remember

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

It’s Spring so movers are in the news

I always meet spring with mixed emotions. For movers it means the phones will start to ring a little more, people will be moving more, remodeling and construction means I’ll be moving people into storage or PODS more. But I also know the news stations and papers will have their yearly report on “bad movers” … Continue reading It’s Spring so movers are in the news

Rogue Movers, NJWMA and the BBB

http://www.youtube.com The New Jersey Warehouse and Movers Association has just posted a few videos to Youtube. (it ain’t just kids anymore) I can not tell you how pleased I am that they are being so proactive about this issue. ———Disclaimer: I serve on the board of directors for the NJWMA Our industry has a problem … Continue reading Rogue Movers, NJWMA and the BBB

Open letter to NJ Movers

Here are my latest deep thoughts on the lead services. I realized the other day I am paying for the opportunity to compete with hundreds (?) of other movers in a market that demands the winner has the lowest price to get attention. (I was promised, like you, that the leads only go to 3 … Continue reading Open letter to NJ Movers

Patti’s Prom Project

On another note. BD Movers has been supporting Patti’s Prom Project this past month. I help in collecting used gowns and dresses and they are then donated to a young women that would otherwise not have one. If you are in Ocean County, call us and I will arrange to pick up the dress. The … Continue reading Patti’s Prom Project