When should I call At Your Service Moving?
We generally just ask you to give us as much notice as you can.
What are my responsibilities?
In brief …
- Be present during the loading of your belongings.
- Take personal responsibility for jewelry and other high value items.
- Ensure that no prohibited items are packed.
So what can or can’t I take with me?
Generally speaking, dispose of all flammable items, liquids, foods and other items that should not be shipped. Anything that can deteriorate should not be shipped. If you have a question about something, just call and ask.
Anything that is definitely a no-go area?
Well, mainly those things you might expect – drugs, alcohol, weapons, ammunition. Shipping certain high value items or collections may require you to purchase extra coverage.
Suppose I pack myself?
Why not? For instance, valuation coverage will not pay out on goods packed by their owner.
How long will At Your Service Moving take to pack my goods?
Every home is different but we can normally pack a home in 1-2 days.
Can I leave my clothes in their drawers?
Yes, you can. Just be sure not to leave anything solid that can damage the piece.
Verifying A Moving Company
If you want to verify that the company you are considering hiring is licensed and operating legally, here is a link to MO-DOT. We’re Burnett Springs, Inc. dba At Your Service Moving.
A licensed mover carries $500,000 in workman’s comp insurance, as required by law.
If the company that you’re considering does not appear on this list, that company may not have workman’s comp, as required by law. If the company does not and a worker gets injured on your property or in the truck, you may get sued.
Better Business Bureau Check
If you want to check the grade that the Better Business Bureau has assigned to that company, here is the link.
Be aware that the legal liability on furniture is only $.60 per lb. ($48 for a dining room table) unless otherwise stated. We guarantee our work at “fair market value” with no-add-on fee. We hope that you’ll closely examine the damage policy of the moving companies that you’re considering.