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Furthermore, it would not be cost effective or reasonable for a company to dispatch a moving associate to your location to perform a household move for less than 2 hours.
In that, it is your responsibility to obtain the required information or sample certificate needed for insurance agents to adequately complete a COI (certificate of insurance) meeting your buildings requirement, so that they could file it with your building management.
We ask that you immediately furnish the following information:
• Date/ time of Move:
• Tenant name:
• Apt #:
• Name of Building:
• Certificate holder name /address:
• Any additional insured:
• Fax/ Email:
Under our agreement, you are expected to have the Payment Code coupon information readily available to surrender to the moving crew following the expiration of your time.
The moving crew is NOT obligated to work beyond the period of time you initially ordered or arranged. Please be sure to discuss the possibility of your household move exceeding your preordered time with our move coordinator.
10. What form of payment does your company accept?
We accept payments made by Master Card, Visa American Express, credit cards and cash payments. We DO NOT accept checks, money orders, etc.
In order for this to be done, it is appropriate for our move coordinators to ask our clients certain information about your household goods and furniture items. In that, it is important to know whether a particular client may have any heavy, bulky and/ or fragile items being moved, so that we could assess which items may require special attention. We also would about the amount of stairs at the location(s) and if the residence has an elevator on premise. In addition, we would need to know the approximate distances of flat surface space we would encounter from your apartment to your elevator, elevator to building entrance, etc. This would further help us determine whether your move would require carts, dollies or hand trucks to be performed efficiently.
As for counting your furniture and other items, you should count everything from bedroom dressers to headboards and living room sofas. We also advise you to count larger glass items that you do not have adequate protective covering for such as glass tables, mirrors, picture frames, etc. It is also advisable to apply multiple blanket counts for larger than normal items like 2-3 seater sofas, armoires, which are generally larger than normal.
Lastly, we suggest that you should add about 6 extra moving blankets as a margin of error so that you cover and protect everything. TIP: If you have very heavy furniture, we suggest that you invest in purchasing some premium moving pads. This would help provide the ultimate cushioning required for the protection of much heavier items..