Oddly enough there are questions that present themselves when you are about to move. Questions that seem easy enough, but, require some research to make sure you're not crazy! Here are some answers to common moving questions.
How soon should I call a moving company?
As soon as possible. The more time you give us the better chances you have to get the day and time you require. We are a growing a company and try our hardest to fit in every move requested!
When is the best time to move a company or business?
The best time to move would be either after hours or during the weekend. This way there is no lost income. Making Moves Jax will do it's best to comply with the off/late hours to keep your business or company first!
How do I keep my items organized during the move?
The best thing would be to use a sharpie, stickers, or labels that signify what items are where and where they should go. Our Making Moves Jax movers will do their best to place boxes in their according rooms!
What items are of extreme value?
Typically items having a value of more than $100 per pound would be considered items of extraordinary value. This includes jewelry, furs, art, crystal, figurines, dolls, rugs, gems, and silverware. We suggest to always inventory your expensive items with any moving company. It is also good to know that Making Moves Jax has a zero-tolerance policy for theft, and all of our movers go through a rigorous background check!
Do I need to handle my appliances in a special way?
Yes, most refrigerators, washers, dryers, stoves and other electrical equipment require special attention. Any items with moving parts should be securely fastened. Let us know ahead of time if you are moving any appliances.
Can clothing be left inside the furniture during the move?
You can leave your clothing inside the drawers of your furniture as long as you secure it tightly. It is, however, a good idea to remove any items from the furniture because it makes it lighter and therefore much easier to move.
Still have questions? Feel free to ask us a question, answers are not far behind!