It is always interesting how, just when a move is in the future, suddenly you begin to see moving trucks and moving advertisements everywhere you look. While it may just be that you are more aware, paying attention to the movers you see when driving around Fort Worth does give you an idea of the amount of business any moving company is doing.
Moving is a highly competitive industry. When movers do not provide professional service, damage items, fail to deliver on the terms of their contract with customers, they will not be in business long. However, there are those moving companies that simply crop up with another name for each moving season, which is something that consumers need to be on the lookout for.
When contacting movers in Fort Worth, one of the first questions to ask is about their years in business. The information provided should match with the information available on their website as well as through their license and DOT information. Any moving company should provide this information upon request.
When a moving company states they have more experience than what is indicated in other independent reports, ask about prior company names they have operated under. The Best Movers will have a name you recognize and trucks you frequently see in and about the Metroplex.
Moving a home or a business is a complex operation. Top residential movers will ask to complete a personal survey of the contents of your home to develop a binding price estimate for the move. They may also offer a not-to-exceed quote, which gives you the maximum amount you will pay, but you may pay less based on the actual weight on the truck.
The same is true for commercial movers in the area. They will likewise want to visit your workplace and prepare a bid or a binding estimate based on your needs.
Moving is a stressful time, so when the movers go out of their way to provide helpful information, support and services you know you have a good company. The best companies will provide information packages, and even information on your destination location, which will be very helpful for your first few days in a new city or area.
Always take the time to interview at least three movers before making a choice. In Fort Worth and the Metroplex, compare prices, services and customer support before hiring.