Dallas to Boston Movers

Dallas to Boston Moving Companies

 

Estimated Distance: 1774 mi

Estimated Average Cost: $2733 – $7808

You are planning to move from Dallas, Texas to Boston. You have hired a commercial moving company to help you with the relocation. However, there are some things that you can do and somethings that you shouldn’t do to help in speeding up the moving process.

In order to have a smooth move, you need to have everyone playing their part and that means you need to know when to lend a hand, and when you should just step out and let the movers do their thing.

Here are some tips that Three Men and A Truck would like you to know when moving:

1.    No Surprises on Moving Day

You need to pay attention to this tip especially when getting your estimated moving cost. You need to let us know whether you have bulky items like a piano, a refrigerator, or a hot tub that needs to be moved. Make sure that you give us this information. These items require additional preparations, equipment, and moving labor. Therefore, it is never a good idea to surprise your professional movers with unexpected items.

2.    Prepare Before We Arrive

If your current home is in a gated community or an apartment complex that has an elevator or in a place where the apartment movers truck cannot gain easy access, you need to think about where the van will park and how the items will move to and from the truck. If your move requires getting a parking or an elevator permit, make sure to do it beforehand.

3.    Finish Packing the Day Before Moving

If you are planning on doing your packing, make sure that you are completely done with it before the day you move. This means that your boxes should be taped up and labeled accordingly. To make the process even faster and smoother, you can stack all your boxes in a location that is easily accessed by the movers.

4.    Never Pack Heavy Items in Large Boxes

We provide you with guidelines as to what should be put in what size box. Items that are heavy such as books need to be packed in small boxes. Lighter items can be packed in bigger boxes as they are easier to lift this way.

5.    Be Present on Moving Day

Someone responsible needs to be available when we move your items. Our movers may have questions about certain things and someone should be present to make things easier. Also, someone needs to be present to sign the necessary paperwork.

6.    Let the Movers Do Their Work

You may think that you are helping the local moving companies when you lend a hand to move a heavy item. However, you should step aside and let the movers do their job. The most you can do is direct the movers to the rooms and answer their questions. Except that, let the movers do the heavy job so that things go as smoothly as possible.

 

Written by Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend is a moving professional and relocation expert that has more than 10 years of experience in the moving industry. With a background that includes working in virtually every aspect of the company, he has distinguished himself as an integral part of our operations with expertise in all things related to moving.

If you have any questions about moving, our services, or anything else you think he may be able to help with, you can contact Chris by emailing him at Chris@threemenandatruck.net

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