When Should I Start Contacting Movers

Many people ask, “When should I start contacting movers?” several months prior, only to continuously put it off. Suddenly time fast forwards and the big day is only a couple weeks away. They have to scramble to handle everything at this point, but there are already so many other tasks to finish up and packing to do that they don’t take the time to compare movers. You never want to be in a position where you have to rush into a decision or settle for a moving company you really did not want.


Contact Early

 Are you still asking, “When should I start contacting movers?” Ideally this will be started as soon as possible. If you know you are moving house two months ahead of time, you don’t need to have a concrete date in mind to explore your options. This will give you time to not only compare the quotes, but look into the companies, too. Give yourself time to check the company’s rating with the Better Business Bureau or call references, if needed.


Get a Better Deal

 Most people wonder when the right time is to start contacting moving companies simply because they are not sure if there is such a thing as starting too early. Many do not realize that by starting the process far in advance they can ultimately save a lot of money. It gives them time to learn when the company’s slowest schedule is, and plan their move on one of these less popular days. Movers will generally provide attractive discounts to customers who book their move during slow days or weeks. Plus, this gives you time to plan, as well. For example, if you will get a better deal moving on the 5th, but your lease is up on the 1st, you might be able to talk your landlord into extending the lease a few days.




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