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About thirty six people relocate within a period of twelve months, that’s one year. The statics further show that the number was actually one in every 8.5 people. According to the report almost half of the movers said housing was the main reason for their relocation. Other reasons included wanting to own rather than to rent, and less pleasant home like being evicted. Yea, life sometimes presents challenges, but all challenges have a lasting solution, that’s why we at Sherman Oaks Movers are your solution to all your moving problems. Be it family reason; other than getting married or starting a new household, a housing reason-wanting a new or cheaper house, new job or maybe job transfers. You may also want to try a new life in another location, we at Sherman Oaks Movers are here to enable you move without stress or hitches, we will take you to that new destination, to that new job area, or even to your new business premises, without any sort of difficulties.

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At Sherman Oaks Movers we are also concerned that you only get the right moving company to take to that life`s journey. We got what it takes when it comes to getting you there ,but this tips can also help you get the right moving company.

1. Get recommendations. Ask friends, co-workers and local real estate agents. Search through the phone directory for moving companies that have offices near you. You are going to get an in-person estimate of how much your move will cost. Don’t rely on any estimate that comes from someone who has not looked into every one of your closets and belongings. Don’t assume that big-name companies are the best, unless if that big name is Sherman Oaks Movers. Do not get estimates through websites that offer to find you a mover. Find the mover yourself and avoid the numerous scams associated with some of these sites. And again don’t use household-goods brokerage services that find a moving company for you, they are not regulated by the laws that movers must follow.

2. Do an initial screening of the moving company. When you have a list of recommended movers, go online to do a quick background check, you can do a thorough check later.

3. You should end up with at least three or four companies to call for an in-home estimate. If you are moving to another state, ask if the company will give you a written binding estimate, and commit not to exceed the estimate. Both types of estimates put a guaranteed cap on what you will pay for your move. And while interstate movers are allowed to charge you for binding estimates, we at Sherman Oaks Movers will offer them free. Estimates for interstate moves will be based on the weight of items you are moving and in the distance of the move.

4. When an estimator comes to your home, show him everything you want to have moved, in the closets, the backyard, and even the basement. If on your moving day, the foreman believes you have significantly more stuff than was calculated in your estimates, he can challenge the original estimate(before everything is on truck, not after).He can’t force you to pay a higher amount, but he does not have to move your stuff for the original amount either. And at that point you probably don’t have a lot of other options. Also make sure the estimator knows about any conditions at your new home that might complicate the move, such as stairs, elevators or significant distance from the curb to the closet door. While the estimator is at your home, get as much information as you can about the company. Make sure it will be moving you itself, not contracting the job out to another mover. Find out vital information like how long the company has been in business.

5. Review the estimates. The estimate may be a combined document that when signed by you and a moving company representative, serves as your order for service and bill of lading. These, along with the inventory list created when your goods are loaded, are the basic documents any mover should provide you with. For an interstate move, the estimate should clearly describe the type and quality of goods you are shipping, the distance to your new home, when your things will be picked up and delivered, and any other additional services(such as packing)and supplies the moving company is providing. If you want to purchase additional insurance from your mover, make sure you understand the costs and details of that coverage. For an instate move, for which you can’t get a binding estimate you should still get a written estimate that sets out the hourly rates and any additional costs you may incur(for supplies, tolls, driving time to and from the mover’s facilities)

Feel free to get in touch with us through our toll free number of (818) 319-4490