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How to pick the RIGHT local moving company?

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LOOK FOR THE REVIEWS 

Any respectful / professional local moving Company will have trace of reviews online;

5 minutes research on Google can make the difference between a nightmare move to a smooth one that meets your expectations.

Although a lot of the reviews online can be phony, bad moving companies must have angry Customers that will go online and express their feelings, you will be there to read about that bad Experience to make your judgement.

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Tom B’s 5 Star Moving Review

ASK A LOT OF QUESTIONS

Ask your mover as much as questions as you can, regarding your upcoming move, even if you know the answers yourself.

Challenging your local moving company with different and various questions about your Upcoming move, will tell you if they are experienced or not,  and It will also show you if they are Patient to their client’s needs, and willing to spend time in order to understand your moving needs And eventually win your business.

 

CHECK LICENSES AND INSURANCE

Every Moving Company in Houston, Texas, Must hold a Household Goods permit and a valid Insurance (Auto and Cargo Liability), A quick run through the TxDMV website can reveal if your desired moving Company is operating legally, if they hold insurance that is active and If these movers have any complaints on their record.

ASK TO PAY IN CREDIT 

Any company that doesn’t accept a credit card, is a shady company. While you don’t have to pay with a credit/debit card and can always use cash, having that option is always comfortable, and leaves a trace of your business.

To read more useful tips that will save you a fortune, Visit our website at www.TexasMoveIt.com

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  1. These are some great tips, and I appreciate your advice to ask a lot of questions when choosing a moving company. My husband and I are going to be relocating for his job in a few months, so we’re trying to choose a good company to help us get our stuff to our new residence. We’ll definitely make sure to ask a lot of questions so we can get a feel for how knowledgeable a the movers are.

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