We will provide you with the most professional and fastest relocation possible because we know that your time is money, and your peace of mind is important. Whether we are moving a few pieces to an apartment or house full of furniture.
We have been meeting and exceeding our customers expectations since the business was started! Our main concern is the complete satisfaction of our customers and we show it, from the attitude of our skilled drivers and packers, the helpfulness of our dispatchers, and the professionalism of our sales people. We continue to display a commitment to top quality service with every move. We have been helping people relocate to new homes and new offices and buildings for many years now. We help take the anxiety out of your next move. Our professional, courteous movers work with you from planning to unpacking.
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Countrywide Moving inc can relocate you to any state within the continental United States. We offer fast service to New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland and even Virginia. With weekly departures down to Florida, all your East Coast moving needs can be accomplished in a very reasonable time. We offer service to California on a weekly basis, and you know that you will receive immediate service to all points in between.
We have many years of combined experience; our staff and movers take great pride in doing the job right. Our movers take exceptional care and pride while moving all of your household and office items. We will do our best to ensure your items arrive safely.
Countrywide Moving inc has been helping people relocate to new homes and new offices and buildings for many years now. We help take the anxiety out of your next move. Our professional, courteous movers work with you from planning to unpacking.
Our movers specialize in long distance moves. Our skills and expertise ensure you a higher quality of service. Our fleet is crossing the U.S every day for pick - up in any point in the U.S.
We are experienced, equipped, skilled, licensed & insured and ready to roll. So whether you are moving across the street or across the world before you choose a moving company for your relocation call Countrywide Moving inc.
Our company's policy is to offer our customer one free month of storage on a long distance move.
We provide you storage options - all backed by low rates and quality service. We guarantee your satisfaction, whether you`re storing an entire household, your office, need an "extra closet", or want your home or office to be more organized.
Q: What can I do to keep costs down during my move?
A: If you're engaging professional movers, you should mention your cost concerns during your initial call with a sales person. Similar to airlines or hotels, most moving companies have a sliding scale of prices that reflect supply and demand on a particular day. Generally, the summer months are the busiest. Saturdays and the beginning and end of each month are busy year-round. The less busy times tend to be Monday through Thursday in the middle weeks of the month. If you are flexible with your move date-an overlap between when you need to be out of your old home and are able to get into your new home helps- you're certain to get the best value. Additionally, your sales person can provide advice on other cost-saving measures including efficient preparation in advance of moving day.
Q:Can I keep costs down by having a family member or friend help with the move?
A:Absolutely. Having your friends move you in a rented truck is certainly the lowest- cost option-assuming nothing is broken. If items are damaged, it's generally difficult to get an insurance carrier to replace them. If you choose to hire professional movers, your friends can be most helpful in preparing for the move--packing boxes, shoveling a pathway in the snow between the moving truck and the door, or caring for your pets or children. On moving day, you should let the professionals handle the job entirely--they are highly trained and therefore best suited to carry the weight and negotiate the difficult access ways. Remember that you're paying your moving crew , and generally speaking, having non-professionals on the job alongside them only slows things down and costs you more in the long run.
Q:Is labor the only moving cost I will experience?
A: Labor represents the majority of the moving expense. However, you should also budget for packing supplies-boxes, tape, pads, etc. Generally speaking, moving supplies can run approximately 20% of your labor costs.
Q:Are there any "unexpected" costs I should be aware of?
A: Generally, unexpected costs result from a breakdown in communication between the customer and the moving company. Do not be in a rush when you are booking your move. Taking the time up front to talk to your sales person will make both parties better aware of the situation they will encounter on moving day. For example, have you remodeled your house since you moved in? If so, some of the furniture that went in originally may not come out the same way. Have you purchased any furniture that had to be assembled in your home? And of course, if something was craned or hoisted into your home when you moved in, be certain to mention that as well.
Q: How accurate will the cost estimate for my move be?
A: Most moving companies' estimates are non-binding. This means the actual cost may vary a little or a lot from the original estimate. The best way to ensure that your move comes in on-target with your estimate is to offer as much information as possible at the time of the estimate. Since costs are projected based on size of the move, neglecting to mention an ancillary piece of the move at the time of the estimate does not mean that your move will cost less, but rather that your moving crew will be less prepared to do it. They may show up with fewer movers or trucks or equipment than they would have brought had they known up front what the situation would require, which may in the end escalate costs.
Q: Should I tip my movers?
A: Moving is a service industry. While there is not a set amount of gratuity expected by movers as there is by servers in restaurants, for example, if you feel that the job was done efficiently and effectively, you should feel free to tip your movers accordingly.