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Movers in Texas

Movers in Texas

 

Hiring local or long-distance movers can be a hassle, especially when you hear about other people’s horror stories. You may be apprehensive about hiring Texas movers for your upcoming move to the state.

 

Luckily, iMoving can help! We provide a moving referral service that offers an easy and secure way for you to connect with the best local or long-distance Texas moving companies that offer the moving services you need.

 

The iMoving service is simple. You enter your zip code, destination zip, size of your current home or apartment, and any specific services you require. Then we match you up with five or six of the best Texas movers who offer those services.

 

By using our service, you can forego spending hours researching movers to try and figure out who offers the most affordable and valuable service. We do that leg work for you. Our team personally vets every mover that is a part of our network.

 

We research the movers’ certificate of insurance, local or state authentication, years in business, reviews, and conduct a personal interview to ensure they are the real deal. And if any mover gives our clients trouble, they are swiftly removed from the service, as we maintain the highest standards.

 

Moving Services in Texas

 

Local Moving

 

  • Defined as a move that is within the same state. Exceptions may be moves from one end of Texas to another.
  • Most local movers charge per hour, with a minimum number of hours that must be booked.
  • Cost may also be dependent on the distance involved in the move.
  • Long Distance Moving -
  • Moves that have you crossing state lines are classified as long-distance, even if the distance between the cities is minimal.
  • Long-distance moves can vary greatly in cost, depending on the distances involved. For instance, a move from New Mexico to Texas will cost less than a move from California to Texas.

 

Boxes and Supplies

 

  • Moving companies within the iMoving network can provide boxes and related moving supplies to people who are packing up their homes or businesses.
  • If you are planning to pack up and unpack items on your own, requesting boxes and supplies is easier than trying to find these items through various retailers in your city.

 

Packing Services

 

  • A “full service” moving service from a local or long-distance mover in Texas includes packing, loading, unloading, and unpacking.
  • It is the most expensive moving service, but it is also the one that will involve the least amount of work for you. The movers will take care of almost everything. The most you will have to do is supervise workers.

 

Storage

 

  • Local and long-distance movers in our network offer short-term storage services in connection with your move.
  • If you have not secured long-term living arrangements in the Texas city where you are relocating, you can keep your items in storage until that date.

 

Business Services

 

  • When relocating a small or mid-sized business, it is important to specify that you are requesting business services.
  • iMoving.com will connect you with movers that specialize in moving services. These movers can connect you with an employee who will oversee the move.
  • That employee can help arrange the various services you need, which may include packing, loading, workstation assembly/disassembly, and more.

 

Factors to Keep In Mind When Moving to Texas

 

Nicknamed the Lone Star State, Texas is one of the largest states in America. While there are many stereotypes about Texas, it is one of the most diverse and interesting places to live in the United States. Major financial, oil and gas, and tech companies are also based in the state, making it perfect for young professionals looking to establish themselves.

 

One factor to keep in mind about moving to Texas is the heat. If you are moving from the Northeast or the Northwest, you will be used to much colder climates, especially in the spring, fall and winter months.

 

Texas winters are mild, while the summers are hot and humid. If you are not moving into a home or apartment with built-in cooling, you would do well to invest in air conditioning for your residence shortly after moving in.

 

Here are some other tips to keep in mind when your moving date is getting close.

 

Finalize Travel Arrangements

 

With six weeks to a month left before your move to Texas, it is time to iron out your travel arrangements. Book flights, trains and/or hotel rooms as necessary. It can be helpful to stay in a hotel for one or two nights, as you are moving into a new house, instead of heading straight for the home the same day your flight arrives.

 

If you have any friends or family in the part of Texas where you are moving, you may want to ask if they are free in the days after you move. It is always nice to catch up with familiar faces as soon as you move to a new place, as they can show you around and help you with initial unpacking or shopping.

 

Cancel or Move Utilities

 

Do not forget to close out your utility accounts at the place where you are living. Many people assume it happens automatically, but you will continue getting billed for the days after you move unless you inform the utility company.

 

You may be able to transfer some of your accounts if the same company provides electricity, gas, water, phone, or internet service in the city where you are planning to live. But all other accounts must be closed - and then you will have to create new accounts after you move.

 

Pack Essentials for a Couple Weeks

 

Depending on how you time your interaction with a moving company and your moving date, you may have to go a couple of weeks to your new home without all your possessions.

 

It is a good idea to pack the essentials that your family will need for the first two or three weeks. That includes clothes, toiletries, household items, and electronics that you use daily.

 

And anything that you do not have space to pack should go in a list of items that you will need to buy as soon as you arrive in Texas. Now you will be sorted for the first few weeks, before your big furniture and other possessions arrive on the moving truck!

 

Question to Ask Before Hiring Movers in Texas

 

Here is a list of frequently asked questions that can help you as you are planning your local or long-distance move to Texas.

 

1. Will I receive a quote from moving companies ahead of my move to Texas?

 

Yes. Any moving company that is a part of the iMoving network will provide you with a quote. You receive quotes in two stages. The first quote is a rougher estimate, which you get when you input some details about your move on our site. The second quote is more detailed, which is delivered after someone from the moving company inspects your home or apartment.

 

2. What is the difference between a binding and non-binding quote?

 

A binding quote is a final price that you will pay for your move, provided you do not request any additional services. With iMoving, any final quote that is delivered by the moving company is 100 percent binding. You will not be seeing any hidden or added fees on your final bill.

 

A non-binding quote is just that. It is not binding and your final bill may be drastically different. It is never a good idea to hire a mover based on a non-binding quote.

 

3. How do I know if a mover has the appropriate certifications and insurance?

 

You can have peace of mind knowing that every mover suggested by iMoving has a certificate of insurance, proper local or state authentication, and the relevant insurance to operate.

 

But you are always able to ask the movers to prove these facts to you. Movers who are unwilling or hesitant to provide you with the information you request should not be hired.

 

4. Do movers offer special services for handling heavy or valuable items?

 

Yes, most moving companies in Texas that are a part of the iMoving network will provide special services if you need to move heavy, delicate, large, or valuable items. Simply request these services when you ask for a moving quote, so you are matched up with the relevant companies.

 

5. How long does it take to transport items during a local or long-distance move?

 

The time it takes to move your possessions is dependent on the distance involved with your move. A local move should be done the same day. Long-distance moves can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks.

 

The moving company should provide you with detailed information about when your items are packed up, loaded, and moved on the truck. They should also indicate the date when your items will be delivered before you go ahead with the move.

 

6. How is payment to a moving company handled?

 

You can deal with a moving company directly, making a down payment and then paying the final bill when services are rendered.

 

It is also possible to pay movers through our secure platform. iMoving offers protection on your transaction, while we strictly enforce binding final quotes to protect you from hidden fees.

 

7. What happens if an item is damaged during the moving process?

 

When you request a moving service from a company within our network, they will provide you with basic insurance on your possessions.

 

Enquire about the insurance on offer, as some companies offer more comprehensive insurance than others.

 

If an item is damaged, you can file a claim and receive compensation that is either a set dollar amount or equal to the value of the item.

 

It is also possible to purchase additional insurance, either through the movers or independently, for valuable items that are being transported. Such insurance is a good idea if your move involves antiques or expensive items.

 

Easy Ways to Lower the Cost of a Texas Move

 

The first step to saving money on your Texas move is to take advantage of the iMoving referral service.

 

By visiting iMoving.com, you can get a list of the five or six moving companies that can handle your local or long-distance move. These companies will offer all the moving services that you need. You can compare their initial quotes, contact two or three companies, and conduct inspections of your home or apartment.

 

Then you can assess their final quotes, before deciding to hire the moving company that offers the best services for the lowest rates. If you are interested in saving even more money, here are a few tips that should help.

 

Organize a Week Before Your Inspection

 

A week before you are planning to have specialists from moving companies arrive at your home or apartment, it is time to start organizing. Go through every single room and split up your items into two piles. One pile is for items you will take, while the other pile is for items you will sell, donate or throw away.

 

Do not take everything with you, as moving is the ideal moment to downsize your possessions. Those clothes, electronics, or accessories that you have not touched in the past year should be sold, donated, or thrown away.

 

The fewer possessions involved in your move, the lower your binding quote will be.

 

Pack Yourself

 

A sure-fire way to lower the total cost of your move is to take over the job of packing and unpacking. Inform the movers that you will only require a quote for loading, unloading, and transporting your goods.

 

While packing is time-consuming, exhausting, and frustrating, you can save a lot of money by doing this job yourself. And if you are moving as a family, everyone can chip in to bring down the workload for each person.

 

Find Free Boxes

 

Movers do provide boxes and moving supplies, as mentioned above. But you can always look for free boxes through Craigslist or other sources. And you may already have some supplies, such as scissors, cutters and tape, on hand.

 

Take Care of Everything But Moving

 

If you are hoping to pay the least amount possible for a local or long-distance move, you can attempt to take care of every task besides driving the moving truck to your destination.

 

It will involve a lot of work, as you will be responsible for packing, loading, unloading, and unpacking. But families can get everyone to chip in, while individuals and couples can always enlist help from their friends.

 

Contact movers who provide the sole service of moving your items from your current residence to the place where you are moving. You will get far lower quotes, as compared to services that include loading and/or packing.

 

Final Thoughts

 

iMoving.com offers residential and commercial customers who are moving to Texas an easy platform to handle their upcoming local or long-distance move. It takes less than a minute to enter information onto our site and get a list of five or six reputable movers who can handle your move.

 

With a proper understanding of the differences between various moving services, you are better prepared to deal with local or long-distance movers. You are aware of any issues involved with moving to Texas, while you can be sure to take steps to save money on your upcoming move.

 

What to Throw Away When you Move - iMoving.com

Moving to a new place can be hectic and expensive; hence it is important to find out ways to make moving a bit easier. So many items and property in your house, from the basement to the bedroom make for the very important question of what to keep and what to throw away before you move to your new home. This is because the size and weight of your belongings is an important factor that determines the cost of your move, so when the size and weight are less, the moving cost is cheaper.

 

Thinking out the items you can throw away when you move, can be troubling, but some of these items are those which you should really get rid of before moving.

 

1. Clothing and shoes you don’t love or wear

 

If there is clothing or shoes, you feel you wouldn't buy again if, given a chance to, there is no need to keep such an item. Check what fits you and what doesn't fit anymore, and you can donate that bulk of clothing to charity or give it out to friend. Completely discard those that have no use anymore, even on someone else. Shoes are difficult to pack and can be heavier than they seem, so you can let go of pairs that you haven’t worn in many months.

 

2. Towels

 

If you do your laundry on a regular basis, you don’t actually have a need for too many towels, and they are also very space-consuming than you might think. They are cheap to get and very bulky to pack up, and in reality, they should be replaced regularly, so get your bathroom in your new home looking sweet and bright with the presence of a new towel and stay hygienic as well. Throw away your old towels before moving into your new apartment.

 

3. Unread books and those you won't read

 

Books make up for most items that make packing boxes heavier, and this increases the price of moving especially in long-distance cases. If you decide to move with all your books, you will be charged for full-service packing, and this will cost even higher. Lighten the weight of your luggage when moving and prevent these books from taking up useful space in your new apartment by getting rid of those books on your shelves you hardly or never read. You can screen them and decide on which ones to donate so that someone else can enjoy and benefit from them.

 

4. Old and Expired drugs

 

One of the areas in the house which is less checked during clean-up is the medicine cabinet, so moving creates an opportunity to recheck your medicine cabinet and get rid of those drugs which are too old or that are expired. This does not just only save space, but it saves lives as well because when drugs have gone past their expiration dates, they become less potent. This means that if you are taking such drugs for a particular illness or health challenge, it may not work effectively and you may not be getting the right dosage. So it is important to stay safe and healthy by using the opportunity moving brings, to throw such drugs away.

 

5. Your cups and mugs

 

When you look into your kitchen cabinet and take out a mug or a cup to get some coffee or tea, you are met with a vast array of such cups and mugs which may be cracked, old and faded, or even ones that don’t match each other and look like a nuisance in your cabinet.

 

You may obsess over some cups or mugs because of how they are nicely designed or the inscriptions they have written on them. These cups or mugs may have been collected over the years, but it is surely time to throw them out. Getting rid of these old, un-matching kitchenware means you will pack fewer boxes which in turn means an easier moving experience for you. It also gives you a chance to start over and collect new dishes that match.

 

6. Plastic containers

 

Over time you must have consciously or unknowingly kept a bulk of plastic containers either for leftovers or in preparation for future use. Most times, however, we are not even able to find lids to such containers. Packing all these containers will be time-consuming, and they probably won't be useful as even more of these containers will be packed subsequently at your new place. So go through the collection of these containers and brutally reach a decision to throw away or thrash them.

 

7. Old magazines and notebooks

 

There is always going to be a pile of magazines lying around your home if you store up old papers or if you have catalog subscriptions. You can keep the current ones but throw them away or get rid of those very old ones. Donating such magazines to libraries, offices or salons is never a bad idea.

 

If you have old notebooks that you don't have a use for anymore, you should throw them away before you move. If there are some you have barely written in and would like to save the contents; you can do so by ripping out the important pages and putting them all in a folder. The chances of resurrecting an old notebook that you have written in and given up on, are close to zero or nothing so it will be very thoughtful to just throw such books away when moving.

 

8. Old makeup or bath products

 

A move to a new place comes with a new you, so stick to only makeup that makes you look and feel fabulous because there will be lots of time to experiment on new ideas of beauty products when you move and settle into your new place. Also, whether it is an old perfume bottle, soap, make-up items or an empty bottle of shampoo or lotion, get rid of these old bath products before you move and thrash anything that is expired and no longer being used.

 

The following table displays what to throw away when you move:

 

No. What to Throw Away When you Move
1. Clothing and shoes you don’t love or wear
2. Towels
3. Unread books and those you won't read
4. Old and expired drugs
5. Your cups and mugs
6. Plastic containers
7. Old magazines and notebooks
8. Old makeup or bath products
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    Think About the Distance of Your Planned Move

     

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    Is your move going to be in the same town, a few towns over, or in the same state? If so, you will want to choose between local moving companies.

     

    Are you moving long distance?

     

    If you’re moving out of state, you’re going to want to look at long distance moving companies to help you facilitate your move.

     

    Think About Other Services You May Require

     

    Are there any other services you might need help with? If you’re planning to use a moving company to help you move your appliances, then one of the main services you should be looking for in moving companies is loading and unloading services. These services are for people who may need help getting heavier equipment on the moving truck, since they may not be able to do it themselves.

     

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    • Whole-home packing: This is a service to help you pack up the contents of your home, without you having to even lift a finger.

     

    • Special handling services: This service is for the safe handling of unique items like family heirlooms or antique furniture.

     

    • Storage services: Many moving companies also offer storage facilities to use anytime during or even after your move. This can come in handy for people who are moving a lot of things and need to make more than one trip.

     

    Sort Through Movers

     

    When you’re ready to begin sorting through potential movers, then you’ll have a few different things to keep in mind. Here are some ways you can easily identify the best moving companies:

     

    Read as much as you can about the company online

     

    The internet is going to be your best friend when it comes to finding moving companies. Read about them on their website, make sure you check out any online reviews from previous customers, and more. Companies with plenty of great reviews on business review websites or on social media pages are usually good bets to work with.

     

    Ensure the moving company is properly licensed

     

    Don’t be afraid to ask a moving company for proof of licensing and proper insurance if it isn’t readily available online. If a moving company doesn’t want to provide this information, then they may not even have it.

     

    Always get more than one quote

     

    When getting price estimates from different moving companies, always try your best to get more than one quote from different movers in your area. If you have more than one estimate to work with, you will be able to choose the best price for your budget when the time to move finally rolls around.

     

    Make Sure You’re Aware of Additional Fees

     

    Moving your furniture takes a lot of labor and tools. When you are getting in touch with moving companies, make sure you inquire about any potential additional fees when you get your projected estimate. You want to make sure every penny and fee is accounted for so you know which moving company will work best with your budget.

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

     

    Moving your appliances isn’t just any small feat. It can especially be a confusing undertaking for someone who has never done it before, and you may have a few questions on your mind. Check out some of these common appliance moving questions and see if yours has already been answered.

     

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    Should I get a separate moving company for my appliances?

     

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    No matter how smart you might claim to be, when you are unfamiliar with a particular terrain, your chances of getting scammed are high. The scams can come in many different forms, and you could fall victim to one of the styles or become a victim of more than one type on the same day. You have to get the necessary knowledge and information that will help you stay away from any scams you might encounter from local movers. Imagine being scammed to pay certain additional fees, with your belongings seized until you pay. Or having to pay extra fees on your insurance. The scams come differently, but you have to also be smart to understand them and prevent them.

     

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    Being a victim of a scam can be very disheartening, and we hate to see you get disappointed. There are sometimes psychological and emotional afterthoughts that come as a result of the scam. In a trial to stop or help you avoid the scams in every possible way, we have come up with useful tips, and advice to save you the stress of being scammed, and protecting your property, and saving you time to focus on other productive things.

     

    1. Choose a Company With a Good Reputation

     

    The idea of writing these tips is to guide you in making your choices so that you do not get scammed. It is not hard to come by a reputable company. It’s all up to you to sit down and do your findings yourself, this way you will be able to choose the best. Trust me, when you search for a moving company that has a long track record of quality services, you reduce your chances of getting scammed. Companies that understand what it means to have a good name over trying to make money immediately are the best types of companies to work with.

     

    If you have been following our previous posts, you will understand that we have given you some tips on how to find these reputable companies, but if you missed them, here’s a summary.

     

    The best way to get them is by asking out friends and family on what movers they have tried before and what was their level of satisfaction. Once this is answered, you will be left with some choices which you now have to make more inquiries so that you can get the best from them. Be careful to listen carefully and regard any warning they give to you. You have to make sure a no is a no, do not consider even if they seem to be enticing.

     

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    Added to the fact that you must hire a company that has insurance, you must also make sure the insurance claim they provide you with is not bogus or reasonable. If they ever say their insurance covers the entirety of your items with no extra charges, you need to get suspicious as this is practically impossible. Every moving insurance must have two forms – one is the released value insurance, where you don’t have to pay, and the other is the full value protection where you have to pay.

     

    2. Planning Ahead Cuts you Some Serious Problems

     

    We always advise everyone packing or planning a move to start early. You almost cannot miss it when you start early because of the length of time you have in making a lot of solid decisions. So plan way back before you even decide to box the items. No matter the circumstance or situation that might be around your moving, it is always better to take time out to make adequate plans to help you through the move and also to help beat the scam.

     

    Many companies are excellent at ripping off desperate customers. When you come to them at the very last minute, or with few moments to go, they end up making a lot more over your head than they would if you come on a good day without tension. Moving companies equally tell many people to book down their move long before the actual date. This way you will be at least assured that your data will not be moved. Seeing how desperate you will appear to be during the last-minute move, you will give in to anyone who promises excellent services when you need them the most.

     

    3. Question Offers Critically

     

    After making your finding from a couple of moving companies, you then get in touch with this company that offers you an amount respectably low from the others you have enquired from. It is very normal to be tempted because you want to save money, cut down a few dollars, and use the money for something else. Whatever the situation is, you should be able to look into these types of deals and see if they any shady. Do not just jump at the offer. Take your time to compare.

     

    You need to be careful with scammers because they can cause you a lot of issues if they are not properly managed after you have hired them. They tend to give you a lower price, and when it’s the delivery day, they will seize your belongings and ask you to pay some additional fee. If you do not comply, they continue to hold your items. If you dare make a move to take them to court, they will vanish with your property forever. Now you will have to start life all over, and you end up losing what you thought you could gain.

     

    4. Watch out for Moving Companies That Ask for Full Upfront Payment

     

    Most first-timers always fall for this scheme. After making inquiries with their selected moving company, they are asked to pay the complete amount before the day of the move. This might not seem to you as a big deal, but most of these scamming companies do this to take your money away, and you fall victim even before moving a single item from your home. You have to open your mind up and search for the companies that will require you to only make part payment.

     

    Reputable movers will always ask that you go on a contract and the both of you have your contracts signed while you have your copy. If anything goes wrong, then you can use your contract as evidence against them. Some of these moving companies that ask for full payment do not even exist in the first place, they only have a well-advertised scamming scheme, and you fall for it. It might be too late for you to realize that they will never come after you make payments, or they disappear with all of your property, yes! Your entire property and that is more gain for them because they get to sell it off.

     

    5. Get the necessary Recommendations From Reliable Sources

     

    Your first reliable source when it comes to issues of moving and selecting a company that you feel is a dim fit to help you is to get the information from those who have successfully moved. They might be family members, your relatives, your colleagues, your friends, and even your neighbors. They are the ones that will give you the best types of information without bending the truth. So if you want something raw, and very direct, you should ask them. They will never try to paint any company to be good (except if they own the company of course) so make use of that information in deciding.

     

    Also, remember that reputable companies don’t have issues with getting positive reviews from satisfied customers. It is essential; once you choose to hire a company, you need to make sure you are paying close attention to how they are reviewed. They should also be able to give you the contact details of their past satisfied customers, if they refuse, then understand that you are headed for a ditch. Scan through various websites and see if they even have an online presence. If they do, check out the consistency of their ratings, if it seems as though they have bad ratings on a platform and good ratings elsewhere, be suspicious because it might have been paid reviews.

     

    6. Try The Credit Card Test

     

    This works most of the time when you are dealing with moving companies that want to scam you. Tell them that all you have to pay is with your credit card. Professional and reliable companies will never have an issue with that, but fake movers will insist on a cash-only policy. If they continue to persist with this request, make sure you look elsewhere. Try out another moving company, and you will see the difference. It’s a simple trick to use in knowing who is fake and who is not. But do not limit your test to this alone, make sure you apply other methods.

     

    7. Try to Search for Quality, not Cheap Services

     

    Try as much as possible to search for quality instead of searching for cheap services. If you are always looking for someone who will give you a ridiculously small quote, then you stand in the best position to be scammed. Make sure you plan for your move well enough and save up for it so that you can choose between the best offers from professional and reputable companies.

     

    In conclusion

     

    You have to make follow these guidelines to help yourself. These are the tips that will help you avoid scams in possible ways. The best things in life come with proper planning. Even if you are a newbie, or have little experience, you can still fall victim to a scam, so take your time and study this guide to help you.

     

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