Whenever you think of movers you may picture big, burly men who are able to pick up and move any piece of furniture in your home. You may even think that these people are quite careless in what they do. However, these stereotypes are incorrect when you’re dealing with reputable movers.
While movers are responsible for moving your furniture, they’re also responsible for moving all of the other items that are inside of your home too. In fact, a large percentage of movers work involves packing, inventorying, transporting, as well as loading and unloading any item imaginable within your home to an entirely different location. So, now that you know what movers spend most of their time doing, you’ll probably agree that this job is neither easy nor simple.
The first thing that good movers will do is go through your home after everything has been packed up. They will put numbered stickers on everything that they will be moving, as well as writing all of these things on their inventory list, which both you and they will have a copy of throughout the move. Regardless as to who has packed the boxes, this step must be done and you must sign off on it before the movers can transport any of your items to your new home.
Now your movers will wrap your furniture in thick blankets so as to keep them from being scratched or scraped. These items are then securely strapped and tied into the moving truck. Your movers will then drive the truck to the new location at which time the movers will unpack all of your items and carry them into your new home.
The final process is simply the reverse of the initial process. Everything will be inventoried as it is removed from the truck. You will then have all of your items inside of your new home and the best part about it is that they’ll all be in one piece too.