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Pre-Quote FAQs

Q: When should I call EZ Moving to book my moving date?

A: If you require a written in-home estimate, you should call about 2 – 4 weeks before your move (weeks ahead for estimate depends on the severity of date needed to move on). We generally just ask you to give us as much notice as you can. Now for moving. If you need to move today, we can probably do that. To schedule days ahead – If you’re flexible and you can work with our schedule, you may give us 1 – 3 days notice to move. If you’re in need of a particular date to be moved, we then ask for you to allow us 8 – 10 days or more notice to reserve your move date.

Q: I have just sold my home or my rent has ended! What if I need storage for my home or office items before I need to move into my new home?

A: This is what we specialize in! Fear nothing! We can simply setup an easy in – home appointment with one of our relocation estimation experts and you can find out just how affordable it is for you to use our exclusive pickup / store / and deliver services! (Click here for an in home office appointment). It is simply the best storage solution you can find. Our professional movers can come in, load your items up and place it into our modern storage units stored in our warehouse. Once your new home, apartment, or office is ready to move into, just call us and our movers will load your items up into our trucks, and deliver it right to your door! All this is done in just one day!

Q: Is there anything that is definitely a no-go item?

A: Well, mainly those things you might expect – drugs, alcohol, weapons, ammunition, flammables, explosives, corrosives, fireworks, flares, gasoline, kerosene, fuel oil, lamp oil, oil based paints, thinners, varnishes, lighter fluids, starter fluids, fire extinguishers, nail polish, nail polish remover, bleach, aerosol cans, matches, bottles with corks, all propane tanks (empty ones may be moved for local moves only), car and truck batteries. Shipping certain high value items or collections may require you to purchase extra coverage.

Q: Do I pack myself?

A: Sure! But be aware of the potential problems. For instance, standard/full valuation coverage will not pay out on goods packed by their owner (PBO) (unless the exterior of the box is heavily damaged) Our standard and full replacement insurance policies will not cover such boxes because all insurance companies classify these boxes as PBO/CU which means “Packed by owner / contents and condition unknown”. Only time there is coverage for this is if we do the packing of the boxes.

Q: I’m on a limited budget for my relocation, what are some ways that I can get my cost down?

A: This is a very good question. For starters, one of the most effective ways to save money and cut costs is to simply have a garage sale. When you begin packing, look for the items that you dont use anymore or havent used in a very long time and place them in a quick garage sale. Selling these items can add up to a substanital amount of money that can be used to lower your relocation costs when you are ready to move. And again, another trick is to have a laid out plan of where everything is going to be placed in your new home’s rooms. This will aid the movers in efficiency when the unload your household items which translates into less cost to your pocket book in the en

Q: Can I leave my clothes in their drawers?

A: Yes, you can! Just be sure not to leave anything else but clothing inside. Anything else that spills, breaks or shatters please have removed. Desk drawers should be empty and drawers left in or have them removed and moved by you.

Q: Refrigerators, Washers, Gas Stoves, and Gas Dryers. Will you disconnect and reconnect them?

A: For Refrigerators, Washer Machines with water connections, we can if you wish, disconnect your water line. But it is your responsibility to turn the water valves off/on. Our movers are not permitted too nor can they reconnect them per our insurance regulations.For Gas Stoves and Gas Dryers. The answer is no. Although we would like too, our insurance policies DO NOT permit us to handle these situations. Please have these machines disconnected and gas lines capped before we arrive.