Shifting home is not that easy. It takes a lot of effort to pack all the stuff properly and shift it. However, now the facility of movers and packers is available in urban areas to remove this hassle. These help a lot in packing and shifting of goods. Nowadays everyone likes to book these while shifting house. But sometimes booking them can be quite a hassle. Therefore, it is very important to keep some small things in mind while booking them, about which we are telling you today in this article-
Whenever you book movers and packers, do some research online first. You should read about the services of different companies and their online reviews. This gives you a good idea about the company and their services. If any of your friends, relatives or acquaintances has recently shifted home, then you can also get information about movers and packers from them.
Every company charges differently for its services. Therefore, before taking the service of any company, make a list of five good companies and know about the prices from them. Talk about everything from packing and unpacking of goods to transportation charges etc. This will make it much easier for you to book a budget friendly company.
Give information about the goods
Whenever you book any movers and packers, they definitely ask you about important and big items. During this time, you should give correct information about the goods which you are going to shift. Many times people declare the goods a little less, which later leads to arguments regarding charges. Nothing like this should happen to you at the last moment, so give all the information correctly.
Know the cancellation and rescheduling policies
Usually movers and packers companies do advance booking and for this they take money in advance. Therefore, before booking the services of any company, you should know about their cancellation and rescheduling policies. Anything can happen anytime in life. It’s possible that you may have to cancel or reschedule them. In such a situation, you would never want your money to get wasted.
– Mithali Jain