Hiring Movers

One thing you need to be on the lookout for when hiring movers is the company they work for. Most companies use a seasonal labor force that has very high turnover. Some companies don’t use stringent background checks when hiring movers so you’re really at the mercy of the moving company’s CEO’s judgment. That’s why you don’t have to worry about the quality of movers when your hire Able Moving & Storage because their CEO uses the best judgment and background checks when hiring movers. You can tell by the amount of repeat residential and commercial clients that call on Able Moving & Storage’s services.

Great Customer Service

Despite the high turnover the in moving industry, Able Moving & Storage always manages to have top notch customer service because they only hire the best movers. Another advantage to using Able Moving & Storage for your corporate relocation or residential services is you get quick and accessible customer service. It’s common knowledge the best way to judge a company is by its customer service. A good company with happy and dedicated employees will have great customer service. Companies like Able Moving & Storage are well equipped to give good customer service.

Top Notch Local Knowledge

Another way that the CEO of Able Moving & Storage demonstrates good judgment is only hiring local movers. Able Moving & Storage movers are all locals, which means we know the shortcuts during rush hour traffic. Able Moving & Storage drivers are adept at avoiding narrow roads and find the ultimate unloading areas. Other local moving companies rely on seasonal laborers that are inexperienced with corporate relocation or residential moving services. And when their drivers get lost or stuck in traffic, their bosses pass that on to you. Able Moving & Storage’s drivers are natives with expert knowledge of the area.

Expert Knowledge of What to Do With Extra Items

Another way Able Moving & Storage’s CEO displays good judgment in hiring movers is by hiring movers with knowledge of local charities. When you’re moving you may find yourself with extra food. What should you do with it? Your best bet is to ask your local movers if there are any charities or local food banks in the area. Canned foods like soup, baby food, and canned fruits are non-perishables and can be moved to your new house or apartment. Meats, fruits, and dairy products are perishables probably won’t survive the move. That food should be donated while it’s still good or thrown out if it’s too late.

You can also consider giving food to your friends or neighbors. They will certainly appreciate the kind gesture. Some people also give the food to the movers as a tip for good service, which is all service at Able Moving & Storage. Some people also plan ahead and eat all perishables before the big move-in day. This is one less problem to deal with on moving day.