Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Movers and packers offer a range of services, including packing, loading, transportation, unloading, and unpacking of your belongings during the moving process.
Look for a company with a good reputation, positive customer reviews, proper licensing and insurance, transparent pricing, and experience in handling moves similar to yours.
The cost depends on factors such as the distance, volume of goods, complexity of the move, and additional services required. Get multiple quotes from different companies to compare prices.
Yes, most movers offer packing materials such as boxes, tape, bubble wrap, and packing paper. Some may include these materials in their service package, while others may charge an additional fee.
Yes, you can pack your belongings yourself if you prefer. However, professional packers have the expertise to ensure proper packing techniques to minimize damage during transit.
The time required depends on the size of your home and the volume of belongings. A local move can typically be completed within a day, while long-distance moves may take several days.
Reputable moving companies are usually insured to protect your belongings during the moving process. Ask about their insurance coverage and what it includes before hiring them.
Movers typically cannot transport hazardous materials, perishable goods, live plants, pets, or valuables such as jewellery and important documents. It’s best to clarify with the moving company beforehand.
It’s advisable to be present during the packing and moving process to ensure clear communication and address any concerns that may arise.