This new self-moving report launched by Movers.com provides insight into the most common issues faced when individuals choose not to hire a moving company and several simple solutions.
More information about self-moving, common complications, and simple solutions can be found in the full Movers.com report at https://www.movers.com/moving-guides/10-things-you-should-not-move-yourself.html
Though self-moving can often seem like a more affordable solution than hiring a moving company, this new report explores several ways that it could end up being more costly. While the most common complication is damage to the items being moved, the report also covers several items that have a high potential to cause injuries if moved incorrectly.
While self-moving can help some individuals to save on moving costs, the report suggests several steps to determine if self-moving is feasible, and to calculate the potential damage if complications arise. To begin, readers can use the report to determine how many complex items they have to relocate and to estimate the difficulty of each load.
Alternatively, the report also suggests a simple tool for determining the likely rate of hiring a professional, based on the size of the move, the distance being covered, and several other important factors. This tool allows users to fill in one simple form, and receive up to 7 no-cost, no-obligation quotes from pre-screened local moving companies.
By comparing the estimated difficulty of the move, the quoted rate from local professionals, and the most likely complications explained in the report, users can determine if hiring a moving service is in their best interests. The quick estimate service is open to any users considering relocation and can be found by clicking “Get Quotes” on the Movers.com website.
The report also explores the typical maximum weight limits for safe carrying, several items that are considered too valuable to be moved by non-professionals, and how to find specialists for certain items, such as pool tables, pianos, and backyard structures.
A spokesperson for Movers.com explained, “When it comes time to move, whether you hire a mover to help you pack or choose to do it all by yourself, it is entirely your decision. However, some things are too difficult for the average non-professional to handle safely. In these specific cases, it’s best to hire someone rather than move the item yourself.”
More information about Movers.com, the no-cost quote service, and pre-screened movers in New Brunswick can be found at https://www.movers.com/moving-companies/nj-new-jersey/new-brunswick/cheap-movers.html
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