If you’re looking to make a big move, there’s one thing you’re probably going to want: a moving company.
Sure, you could try moving by yourself. Beg your friends to help you out, lug heavy furniture, probably break something.
But let’s be honest: why would you want to? Your moving experience is going to be so much better if you have a moving company.
You might have a question, though. When should you get in contact with your moving company?
Well, that’s the question we’re going to answer in this post.
Contact Your Moving Company as Soon as You Know When The Move Can Take Place
At the end of the day, you want to contact your moving company as soon as you know what the final date for your move is.
Figuring out the final date for your move isn’t necessarily an easy You have to know when your current property expects you to be out by, as well as when you’ll be able to move into your new property.
If you have kids, you’ll need to coordinate schooling. Unless you’re retired, you’ll have to coordinate with your job. There are a lot of factors to take into consideration, and that’s before you even see what the mover’s schedule looks like!
The more constrained your schedule is, the sooner you’re going to want to book your move. That will ensure that the mover has the most available dates possible.
If Nothing Else, You Should Contact Them a Month or Two In Advance
If you want a firm timeframe for when the move should take place, we recommend letting the moving company know within at least four weeks of the move. This will ensure that you get a reasonable time and rate.
Looking for a Tucson Mover? My Tucson Movers Handles Both Short and Long-Distance Moving
When someone calls My Tucson Movers, they speak directly to the owner. He can tell you what dates are available, and he wants to make sure you get whatever you need.
Sound good? If so, give him a call at 520-822-6140.
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