Locating the best moving companies New Jersey has to offer isn’t necessarily an easy task. A simple internet search for “NJ mover” will yield dozens of results. But some of the companies will not be local at all, while others will be disreputable or unlicensed. So how can you tell the difference and select the right relocation service? Simply read on to get the answer.
The first thing to do is to make sure you are dealing with legitimate, reputable and local moving service providers. Ask each mover for its physical address and all relevant license numbers. Then it is your responsibility to check with the proper authorities and the Better Business Bureau that all the information is genuine and that there are no standing complaints against the company. After conducting this initial research, you should create a list of three-to-five high-quality movers to get estimates from.
Another way of ensuring a solid estimate is requesting the mover to send a representative to your house and provide you with a written estimate. When provided by a reputable company, such estimates are guaranteed to remain the same on the day of the move.
Before making your final selection, take a look not only at the bottom-line price, but also at the basic charge unit each company is offering you. Ask your moving and storage relocation consultant to provide you with the rate per pound or cubic foot for long distance moving, and the rate per hour for local moving.