Mover or Client: Who Handles What?

Below is a list of expectations between movers and clients for your move date.

What Movers Will Handle:

What Clients Will Handle:

Moving Items:

Our team will move furniture and personal items out of apartments, onto the truck, and into the new apartment.

Moving Excluded Items:

Clients are responsible for moving animals, fish, hazardous or flammable chemicals, firearms, and ammunition.

CONSOLIDATING MISC ITEMS:

We know that it can be tough to be prepared, and not everything fits in a box. Our team will bring commercial bins to help move items easily.

Packing:

Unless you booked a packing job, having boxes ready to go makes the move go as smoothly as possible. We will work around you wrapping up last minute items; it happens!

Disassembly and Reassembly:

Our team can help clients with disassembling furniture, dismounting TVs and curtains, and reassembly. (Unfortunately, we cannot remount items).

Cleaning:

A Move to Remember is not responsible for cleaning spaces after the move is complete. Clients may also be asked to clean or clear pathways that movers will use.

Move Items to Alley:

Our team can help clients move unwanted items to the alley. However we are not responsible for any fees charged by landlords or waste management.

Trash Removal:

Clients are responsible for throwing away trash. Movers may not  transport waste materials, either to the alley or in the truck.

Final Walkthroughs:

Movers will assist with checking in with the client that all items have been loaded on the truck.

Being Present:

Clients or representatives should do their best to be present (physically and mentally) to answer questions from the team to ensure accuracy during the move.

What Movers Will Handle:

Moving Items:

Our team will move furniture and personal items out of apartments, onto the truck, and into the new apartment.

CONSOLIDATING MISC ITEMS:

We know that it can be tough to be prepared, and not everything fits in a box. Our team will bring commercial bins to help move items easily.

Disassembly and Reassembly:

Our team can help clients with disassembling furniture, dismounting TVs and curtains, and reassembly. (Unfortunately, we cannot remount items).

Move Items to Alley:

Our team can help clients move unwanted items to the alley. However we are not responsible for any fees charged by landlords or waste management.

Final Walkthroughs:

Movers will assist with checking in with the client that all items have been loaded on the truck.

What Clients Will Handle:

Moving Excluded Items:

Clients are responsible for moving animals, fish, hazardous or flammable chemicals, firearms, and ammunition.

Packing:

Unless you booked a packing job, having boxes ready to go makes the move go as smoothly as possible. We will work around you wrapping up last minute items; it happens!

Cleaning:

A Move to Remember is not responsible for cleaning spaces after the move is complete. Clients may also be asked to clean or clear pathways that movers will use.

Trash Removal:

Clients are responsible for throwing away trash. Movers may not  transport waste materials, either to the alley or in the truck.

Being Present:

Clients or representatives should do their best to be present (physically and mentally) to answer questions from the team to ensure accuracy during the move.

Conclusion

Conclusion

We ask that clients are as prepared as possible, including being packed and cleaning their spaces pre-move.  We’ll take everything from there!

Submitting a walkthrough video at the link below helps us assess your move ahead of time.

SUBMIT YOUR WALKTHROUGH VIDEO HERE

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