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Understanding the Roles of Your ... |
Every individual involved with a move has a specific role to play; whether you are the one making the move, or an employee of the moving company or a truck company that was hired to help. There are different responsibilities assigned to each member of a team of movers.
Weight Requirements for Small Moves |
The great thing about small moving companies is that they do not hold you to a minimum of 2,000 pounds of freight like most large-scale commercial companies. However, some of these small movers do have a weight requirement of a minimum of 100 pounds. Always ask if you aren’t sure.
Do You Require Packing Services? |
Have a lot of belongings and not a lot of time? Do you own many valuables, antiques, or fragile items? Professional packers will properly and quickly wrap and pack your goods for your move.
Interstate movers are required to ... |
Long distance movers should have certification to legally move items over state borders. The companies should have a United States Department of Transportation (US DOT) number that certifies that they are real licensed interstate moving companies.
Planning a Long Distance Move |
A long distance move is defined by any move that takes you more than 50-100 miles from your old home. With a definition that is this broad, it can be used to describe a move that takes you all the way to the other side of the country, or a move that takes you to the other side of the state. But the one thing that all long distance moves have in common is that they require careful planning, and a lot of it.
|Recent Moving Reviews|
|They told lies, and they ...|
All My Sons-Knoxville
|They quoted 3 people to move a 3 bedroom house. 2 people showed up a 1 bedroom house because I already moved because I started already. They charged me the same price. I am trying to get a refund, but have not gotten one yet. I would say look somewhere else.|
|Review by : Anthony
Posted on : 1/17/2017
West Tennessee Moving & Storage LLC
|They showed up on time. They got everything loaded. And we are set. |
|Review by : Anita
Posted on : 1/17/2017
|Bad from start to end|
Angel Van Lines
|So Fred from Angel was very aggressive in his pursuit of my job,and then everything after I did the contract was a horrific experience. First of all,at no time did he indicate that Angel was not actually going to do the move,they subcontract (or broker) and the actual company was a horrible company called ABF Moving Systems. Second,at no time did he indicate that there could be a delay from our agreed upon pack out date. They were supposed to come on a Monday and call Sunday to schedule,no call Sunday,so I called Monday and was told it would be Tuesday,no call to schedule Tuesday,at which point I called again and was told it would be Wednesday. No call Tuesday so I called again only to be told they couldn't do Wednesday either. The contract said they had 72 hours in the small print. I told them Wednesday if they didn't come by 5 pm the contract would be null and void,so they said they would be there between 11 and 1,then between 1 and 3. They finally showed up at 6 pm,three guys in beater tshirts driving a Budget truck,totally unprofessional. They damaged my walls,packed things labeled not to be packed,and didn't pack things to be packed. At 2 am when they finally finished,I signed 4 sheets of inventory of what they loaded. I expected to find my copies thereof,only to find none. When I was ready for delivery,the ABF tried to overcharge,after already upping my cost,charging for storage (which was supposed to be in Austin and turned out to be in Memphis) that was included at no cost in the contract,etc. I could not get anyone to return my calls about delivery until I contacted the credit card company,which gave me a cell phone # that,as it turned out,was the owner's wife. After I texted her,I did finally get a return call from a less than nice man. It took multiple texts to the wife to get a firm delivery date,The truck showed up with my things,only the driver in the truck,and there was a delay for local helpers to show up. Then,two large cabinets were put in upside down,many things were damaged,like a smashed recycling center and file cabinet,marred cherry bedroom set with a broken top in a wardrobe,etc. Upon unpacking,I have discovered that a substantial amount of my things were missing,thousands of dollars of items,such as my suits,bathrobes,slippers,blender,mixer,food processor,sewing items,dresser contents,an antique chair etc. Everyday i find I don't have something else that was not included. I contacted Fred at Angel to ask that the storage facility be contacted to see if perhaps part of my load was still there. A dispatcher called after a second email to Fred,and said he would check and get right back to me. Of course,there was no follow up call. This was clearly the worst move experience of my six plus decades. I would recommend staying clear of both Angel Van Lines and ABF Moving System.|
|Review by : Lyn
Posted on : 12/17/2016
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Moving to Tennessee?
The state of Tennessee offers every individual with scenic beauty and the Midwestern way of life. The state features attractions such as the Tennessee aquarium, which is the biggest aquarium in the world. Also, Jack Daniels whiskey, which is the best known whiskey in America, is from Tennessee. Tennessee is quite famous for being the unofficial headquarters for country music in American, and for its majestic mountains.
Tennessee is also known for its cowboy lifestyle. Tennessee is one of the few states that have zero income tax. It is also one of the most interesting and unique places for anyone to visit and live, made possible by such wonders as the Reelfoot lakes, which were created by a series of earthquakes that rattled the area.
If you’re moving to Tennessee, 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 Tennessee
- On average there are about 207 sunny days throughout the year in Tennessee. The highest average temperatures usually occur in July where it hovers around 89 degrees. The lowest temperatures can typically be found in January when it can dip down to as cold as 28 degrees. The comfort index of Tennessee is 36/100, where the average US comfort index is 44/100. The gulf coastal plain, the central basin and the Sequatchie Valley are the warmest parts of the state; these parts also have the longest growing seasons. In other parts of the state, such as the mountainous east, the temperatures are considerable lower. (Helpful Link: Tennessee Weather)
- Registering your Car: Upon your arrival in Tennessee after moving to the state permanently, you have a total of 30 days to update your registration and have your vehicle registered and titled in the state before you may be required to pay a penalty. The registration and titling processes are very closely related in the state of Tennessee and can both be accomplished at the County Clerk’s office. (Helpful Link: Tennessee DMV)
- Obtaining a Tennessee Driver’s License: A Tennessee Driver’s License can be obtained at any Tennessee County Clerk’s office or DMV location. The state requires new Tennessee residents to update their license from their previous state to a Tennessee driver’s license within 30 days of moving. New residents with an existing out-of-state license do not need to take any road or vision tests for a new license, however if your license is expired for more than six months you may be required to by law.
- Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Tennessee is $240,588, while the median sales price is just over $132,500. The Tennessee Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Tennessee.
- 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: Tennessee State Moving Resource Page)
- The state board of education in Tennessee is the governing and policy-making body. The state board of education in Tennessee manages and controls all public schools established or that may be established under its jurisdiction. There are many policies made to help every student who is receiving an education in Tennessee get the best and highest quality of education possible. There are many programs organized by the state board of education in Tennessee which helps to facilitate students to have better careers and overall development. Some of the more notable and prestigious collegiate institutions in Tennessee include the University of Tennessee, Middle Tennessee State University, the University of Memphis, Belmont University, Vanderbilt University, and the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. (Helpful Link: Tennessee Schools)
As of 2011, Tennessee was ranked 48th 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 Tennessee
Since farm land covers about 44 percent of the state of Tennessee, it makes sense that the state would be among the top states in agricultural production. The top five products in terms of the revenue generated is beef cattle and calves, broilers, soy beans, green house/nursery products and cotton. The top manufacturing industries of Tennessee are transport equipment, automobiles, and boat and aircraft equipment. Some of the other services which are an important part of the economy of Tennessee are health care, law firms and business services. The finance, banking, insurance and real estate sectors also contribute to the overall economy of the state of Tennessee.
- As of early 2012, the state of Tennessee had an unemployment rate of 7.9 percent, which is a shade lower than the national average of 8.2 percent. (Helpful Link: Tennessee Department of Labor)
The median household income in the state of Tennessee is $43,314, while the average per capita income for the state is $23,722.
Important Locations in Tennessee
- State Capital: Nashville
- Largest Cities:
- Major landmarks and attractions: Some of the major attractions and landmarks of Tennessee are the Belle Meade Plantation Belmont Mansion; Carl Van Vechten Gallery; The Carter House Fort; Nashborough; Fox Trot Carousel; The Hermitage; Historic Carnton Plantation; Historic Cragfont House; Historic Falcon Manor; Historic Mansker's Station; Jack Daniels Distillery; Mallory-Neely House; The Netherland Inn; Ryman Auditorium (Helpful Link: Top Tourist Attractions in Tennessee)
- National Parks:
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- Shiloh National Military Park
- Stones River National Battlefield
- Fort Donelson National Battlefield
- State park System: The state park system of Tennessee is routinely named one of the best in the country, and has also received the gold medal award for excellence in parks management. Some of the state parks in Tennessee are Bone Cave State Park, Booker T Washington State Park, Cedars of Lebanon State Park, Chickasaw State Park, Cumberland Mountain State Park, David Crockett State Park, Dunbar Cave State Park, Fall Creek Falls State Park, Fort Pillow State Park.These parks provide many opportunities to appreciate the natural wonders of Tennessee by hiking, fishing, biking and hunting. (Helpful Link: Tennessee Department of Natural Resources)
- Major Airports:
- Memphis International Airport
- Nashville International Airport
- Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport
- McGhee Tyson Airport – Knoxville Airport
- Tri-Cities Regional Airport