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Movers and packer in Dallas
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August 27th, 2012
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How do international movers charge?
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October 30th, 2009
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The charge is usually based on not only weight, but also cubic feet (or cubic meters).
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Am I supposed to tip movers?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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The answer is usually yes, provided they did a good job. A simple gesture of free beverages and letting the crew know where the restroom is will go a long way. Remember, these guys are carrying your important items, so you'll want to treat them well. And if the job is completed with professionalism, a tip is very much a great idea.
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May 25th, 2010
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How much should I tip movers?
by Manage My Life 
September 21st, 2010
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Hi Lseders,

This is great question. How much should I tip movers?

I think when you got moving or relocating your home, office, garage by any moving company the first thing you have to do is “Make sure that you are there when the movers are packing your stuff”

If the movers did good job on your relocating it’s depend on you what tip you decided for them. I think it’s depend on their behavior, attitude, smile face or their work quality….
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February 9th, 2012
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How should I get estimates from movers?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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Always ask for a better offer and always try google the company name and look at reviews,
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April 26th, 2012
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How do movers determine charges for packing and unpacking?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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Movers will charge a separate fee for containers and packing materials, another fee for packing the containers, and another fee for unpacking.
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What if the movers do not have the inventory list at the destination?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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If the movers do not have the inventory at the time of unloading, make your own list of the items as they are being unloaded, and make a note of the condition as you receive the items.
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What should I do while the movers are unloading?
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October 30th, 2009
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Your goal in supervising is to make sure that all your possessions arrive and that they arrive in good shape. Inspect items as they are unloaded and check them off on your inventory list. If anything is damaged or missing, see that all copies of the inventory have a note documenting this. You will be asked to sign off on the inventory once everything has been unloaded. Before you sign, make sure all problems are noted in writing. Keep a copy of the signed inventory.
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What if the movers charge more than I expected?
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October 30th, 2009
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If the movers have pulled up to your new home and are asking you to pay a lot more than you expected, keep in mind that by law, a customer does not have to pay more than 10 percent in excess of the estimate at the time of delivery. The balance should be billed by the movers no sooner than 30 days after the delivery.
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What extra charges are typically charged by movers?
by ERIN HYNES 
October 30th, 2009
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There are legitimate add-on charges. If your home is more than 75 feet from where the moving truck can park, you may be charged for shuttle service. If the movers have to contend with a lot of stairs or oversized items (e.g., snowmobile, riding mower, playhouse), or if they need to disassemble and reassemble, or make extra stops along the way, or wait because the customer is not ready or boxes are inadequately packed—they are entitled to charge extra.
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