Have you finally decided that it's time to move to a new home? Are you worried about how you're going to get your stuff from your current home to your new place? Whether you're moving because of financial reasons or just because you feel like it, the actual experience of moving can be an incredible chore. You may be tempted to recruit friends and relatives to assist you with the move, but there is an even better option: hiring professionals. While friends and relatives aren't a terrible idea, there are a number of reasons why professionals are better suited to most moving tasks. These reasons include the following.
Liability: When moving, there may be many large and/or heavy household items that need to be moved. If these items are dropped during the move, the best that might happen is that the item itself is damaged. The worst could be a serious injury to your friend or relative. In either case, you could be stuck footing the bill to replace the item or even be held liable for the injury by your homeowner's/renter's insurance company. When you hire professional movers, you won't be held personally responsible for any injuries to the movers themselves, and if you opt for full insurance coverage on the actual move, you'll be at least partially reimbursed for any items that are damaged or destroyed in an accident.
Cost: Although hiring professional movers may cost you more money upfront, you'll most likely reap savings in multiple ways. Aside from the coverage in the event of an accident, professionals are more skilled in this regard and are going to be less likely to have an accident in the first place. You'll also know exactly when you'll be out of your old place so you don't have to wind up spending extra money to overlap your moving dates or extending your truck rental; if it's even possible to do that.
Time: People who don't move household items for a living are not going to be anywhere near as fast as professional movers. A relatively small apartment that would take just an hour or two for a professional crew to empty and pack onto a truck could wind up taking your moving crew most of the day to get in the truck. It could then take your friends and relatives just as long to unload the truck into your new place.
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