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The Movers Duties and ... |
Your movers will have plenty of responsibilities as they carry out your move and they are responsible for more than just transporting your goods from place to place. It is important to understand exactly what their responsibilities are. By knowing your mover's duties in advance, you can be sure that your movers are doing exactly what is expected of them.
Always Get Insurance |
The default compensation movers provide for damaged goods is 60 cents per pound per article – otherwise known as Released Value protection. It’s always a good idea to purchase extra insurance to ensure that your items are fully covered against damage. Full Value Protection holds the movers liable for replacing the broken or lost item with something similar, repairing the item or compensating you with its full cash value.
Common Company Policies |
If you’ll be using their packing services make sure that they do an in-house survey. It will give them a better idea of what you’ll be moving and you can ask them more questions. When loading and unloading they should have all the proper equipment to prevent damage to you items and to prevent injury to themselves and to you.
What are Stair Carries? |
Also known as a flight carry, a stair carry is when your movers have to bring your belongings up or down at least one flight of stairs. Since moving things up and down a flight of stairs requires a lot more time and labor, most moving companies will charge you an extra fee for stair carries. Any reputable moving company will tell you about these fees ahead of time, usually at the time of the estimate.
How to Find Tree Movers |
If you have a favorite tree somewhere in your yard, you can actually bring that tree with you when you move. There are special moving companies whose only job is to transplant trees from one place to another. No matter how large the tree is, there are movers available to bring it to your new home.
|Recent Moving Reviews|
|Good but they don't listen|
ALL Moving & Storage
|Services pretty much good... but they were so rude and they don't want to listen to us. They do work just like how they want to and don't want to listen.|
|Review by : Aarti
Posted on : 3/8/2017
Viking Van Lines LLC
|I had a good service. They were really helpful shipping my luggage. They were on time. I did not have any issue with them. Pricing was good. Normal as expected.|
|Review by : Narayanan
Posted on : 2/21/2017
|I was not pleased with the service.|
S.H. Haughton Trucking
|So the woman who answered the phone was very nice, very friendly. She seemed like she had her act together. Then the week before the move, I got a phone call that they're running late. They asked if they could pick stuff up later than expected. And I said sure, that's no problem. Because the settlement is a little bit later, so that worked out fine. But the problem was then I got another phone call that said: Yeah, they're running late. They'll be there as soon as they can. And I said, what are you talking about? They were going to get there a week early. So they didn't have the timing right. So there was that, now I was worried about that. But that was okay, we figured it out. It was fine. That was no big deal. So the day of comes, they were arrive - very friendly, very nice. Extremely slow. I spent $800. Everything was already packed up in the storage facility. The other wasn't, so I was okay that it was slower at the house. But it took forever. One guy literally stood there the whole time... getting on his phone, trying to go to smoke a cigarette. At one point, they asked me to go do a lunch run for them. Which I did, I was fine doing that, because that was going to get them to go. That was fine. And they were just so slow. It took 8 hours. And I don't have that much stuff!|
|Review by : Lisa
Posted on : 1/31/2017
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Moving to Delaware?
Situated in the DelMarVa Peninsula, the state of Delaware is the second smallest state in the United States. The state is named in the honor of Sir Thomas West (Lord De La Warr), the governor of an English colony at Jamestown, Virginia.
Delaware is officially nicknamed “The First State,” as it was one of the 13 original states to ratify the U.S. Constitution. Thomas Jefferson called it the Diamond State, owing to its strategic location on the eastern seaboard. Recently, Delaware has been called the “Small Wonder” due to the contributions it has made to the country, despite its size.
Tourists from surrounding states flock to Delaware for its artistic appeal, nightlife, and tax-free shopping. The state boasts of attractions such as the Delaware International Speedway and Dover Downs, a one-of-a-kind car racing facility and a harness racing facility. The speedway, also known as Monster Mile, conducts two NASCAR races annually.
If you’re moving to Delaware, there are a lot of things you’re going to need to know. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place.
Things to Know When Moving to Delaware
- Delaware exhibits a climate that changes from humid subtropical in the south to humid continental in the north. The Atlantic Ocean has a moderating effect on the temperatures in the state. Overall the state experiences cold winter temperatures, hot summers, and precipitation throughout the year. The state is also susceptible to severe weather conditions that arise from winter and spring nor'easters which can cause heavy snow, coastal flooding, and thunderstorms. The topography of the state is characterized by the Atlantic Coastal Plains and the Appalachian Piedmont in the north. There is swampland along the southern boundary of the state. On the eastern side of the state is the Delaware River. (Helpful Link: Delaware Weather)
- Registering your Car: You have 60 days to title and register your vehicle after becoming a resident of Delaware, but you are required to notify the state of the change of address at a DMV within 30 days. You need to submit insurance, out-of-state title and registration, requisite fees and get your vehicle inspected at any DMV office. (Helpful Link: Delaware DMV)
- Obtaining a Delaware Driver’s License: Upon becoming a resident of the state, you have 60 days to obtain a Delaware driver's license. You have to pass an eye test. Knowledge and road tests can be waived if you are in possession of a valid out-of-state driver's license. After obtaining your driver's license, registration to vote and to become an organ donor are carried out at the DMV offices itself.
- Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Delaware is $310,013, while the median sales price is just over $237,000. The Delaware Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Delaware.
- Moving and Storage: If you are looking for a moving company or storage facility to help you with anything, you should check to make sure the company is registered with the United States Department of Transportation or with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. (Helpful Link: Delaware State Moving Resource Page)
- The Delaware State Board of Education oversees the management of public education in the state. The board reviews and approves applications for charter schools. It also oversees the enactment of its mission and long range goals which affect various aspects of education in the state. The state is the origin of Belton vs. Gebhart, which resulted in the United States Supreme Court ordering that African-American children be admitted into the segregated whites-only public schools. There are 25 charter schools with one being an all-girls facility, and they are funded by the Department of Education. As part of the higher education program, the University of Delaware, with its historic origins, offers engineering, science, public administration, chemical engineering, and biotechnology programs. Other notable institutions include Delaware College of Art and Design, Delaware Technical and Community College, and Goldey-Beacom College. (Helpful Link: Delaware Schools)
As of 2011, Delaware was ranked 47th out of 50 states in violent crime, with a total of less than 50 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state.
Economy of Delaware
Delaware's economy is fueled by agriculture and industries such as chemical and pharmaceuticals, automotive manufacturing, and banking services. Delaware's agricultural products include chicken, milk, hogs, soybeans, barley, wheat, potatoes, and apples. Chemicals and pharmaceuticals are the primary industrial products with Syngenta, AstraZeneca, and Hercules Inc. based in Delaware. This is followed by food processing; especially prepared desserts, baked goods, fish products, and soft drinks. The state's Financial Center Development Act has helped catapult banking, financial services, and the insurance industry.
- As of early 2012, the state of Delaware had an unemployment rate of 6.9 percent, which is lower than the national average of 8.2 percent. (Helpful Link: Delaware Department of Labor)
The median household income in the state of Delaware is $57,599, while the average per capita income for the state is $29,007.
Important Locations in Delaware
- State Capital: Dover
- Largest Cities:
- Major landmarks and attractions: Dover Downs; Delaware International Speedway; Hagley Museum and Library; Longwood Gardens; Riverfront Wilmington; Zwaanendael Museum; Mount Cuba Center Botanical Garden; Kalmar Nykel Sailing Ship; Winterthur Museum and Country Estate; Fort Delaware. (Helpful Link: Top Tourist Attractions in Delaware )
- National Parks:
- Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail
- State park System: The Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation supervises and manages the state's 17 parks. You can indulge in a range of outdoor activities like boating, fishing, hiking, rock climbing, disc golf, birding, cross-country skiing, and ice skating in winters. Whether it’s a casual business meeting for 10 or an extravagant wedding for hundreds, Delaware state parks offer some of the perfect scenic areas. (Helpful Link: Delaware State Parks)
- Major Airports:
- Philadelphia International Airport
- Baltimore Washington International Airport
- New Castle Airport