Every industry has stories about the product or services they provide. Many of these stories are true, while some are just myths or urban legends. The same applies to the moving industry, there are many myths associated with professional moving companies.
Here’s a look at 5 of the most popular myths about the moving industry.
1. All Moving Companies Are The Same
Many people believe that all moving companies offer the same moving services or go to the same destinations. This is simply untrue. Some companies specialize in residential-only or commercial-only moves. Some only perform luxury moving jobs.
There are companies that only do local moves and others that focus on long-distance moves. Some companies even offer additional services like packing and crating, while most only move pre-packed items.
Not all moving companies are created equal. So, do your due diligence and know that your choice can accomplish your goals.
2. Your Items Are Guaranteed to Get Lost Or Damaged
While it would be irresponsible to say that a box has never been lost or damaged in the history of the moving industry, it is easy to say that this happens very infrequently.
Losing or damaging your clients’ personal belongings is not good for business. A moving company will not stay in business for long if they have a reputation for damaging or losing items.
At Element Moving & Storage, our movers take great care to move everything safely to its final destination.
3. Packing Materials Are All The Same
No, no, they are not. The cardboard boxes and packing materials you buy from mass retailers are not as sturdy as those from a shipping company. If you are worried about your goods being damaged during the move, we encourage you to purchase moving-grade boxes and packing materials or choose a moving company that offers packing services for your belongings.
Element Moving & Storage specializes in selecting the right packing materials for the job and ensuring that every box we pack is done efficiently and safely.
4. You Don’t Need to Label Boxes
Labeling your boxes will significantly affect how smoothly your move goes. Labeling your boxes means that the movers know how to stack the boxes in the truck.
For instance, those marked “breakables” will be placed in areas where other boxes are not stacked on them.
Labeled boxes also help the movers put your boxes in the correct rooms of your house upon arrival and make unpacking a breeze.
5. Schedule Your Move for The Weekend
This may be a little convenient for your work schedule, but for moving, you are better off scheduling your move during the week.
Weekends are the prime time for moving, so moving companies are often overbooked for those dates. This may delay your move. Some moving companies also charge higher rates on the weekends because the demand is so high. Save money and time by scheduling your move during the week.
Skip the Myths, Partner With Element Moving & Storage
If you have questions about using a moving service for your next move, let Element Moving & Storage help. We are pleased to answer your questions and provide the best moving services that can’t be beaten in Dallas or the surrounding areas.
Contact us today to get your next move on our schedule!