What You Must Ask The Movers And Packers Company Before You Shift

Posted by aniket kumar
January 6, 2017

Movers and packers in Mumbai are there to fix our worries when it comes to taking our things from one place to another. They are professionals who look after our things well. Since they are well aware of what needs to be done when things have to be moved, the chances of loss and damage are very less.

In case you are planning to hire professionals, who would take your things to the new destination, here are a few things that you must be careful about before you move any further.

Since you would be moving all your valuable belongings; it is best to ask a few things first. We are listing four questions that you must ask your packer, to be sure that you’re hiring the right people.

Their knowledge about the service: For the particular services that you are seeking their assistance for, you have to make sure that they are experienced enough.

Explain the cost: Whatever the movers and packers are charging you, they must provide you with a detailed account of how and where the money was spent. There should be absolute clarity about charges, so that there are no problems at the last moment.

Do they have an office in the city you’re moving to? It is very important that you know whether the company has an office in the destination city. If they have an office, they will be available in case you have problems. It would be better if you choose a company that has an office in both the origin and the destination city.

Do they insure your goods? Your goods must be covered under an insurance policy. Before signing any contract with them, ask them this question. If the company doesn’t insure your goods or doesn’t have an insurance policy included in the what they are charging you, you must  know. .

These are the few very important questions that you must ask your mover for a safe and secure relocation of your goods. Yet being attentive is something which can save you from unwanted problems.

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