Tips For a Summer Move In Boone
If you are living in lovely Boone North Carolina playing golf, tennis, or hiking in the nearby mountains you know how wonderful the summer months can be. You also know that this time of the year can bring hot weather and some storms do roll by based on current weather patterns. For residents of Boone, the summer months are the most active and that includes people moving in and out of the city and surrounding areas. Whether you own your own home or are an apartment renter, this is by far the busiest time of the year for moving. No one really enjoys the hassles of moving one’s home, but if you have decided to move you can’t beat doing it in the nicest months of all. Anyone hiring a moving company in Boone NC needs to consider who has the best, most affordable service with a safety track record second to none.
Since 1960, Tru-Pak Moving Systems has been assisting residential, commercial, and business owners with local, long-distance, and active military personnel with change of duty station moves anywhere in the world. We understand that choosing a mover is an important decision usually not based on price alone and we have some very unique services for anyone considering a move anywhere in the state or country. Whether you are moving closer to relatives, downsizing a home, or being relocated to another city, our “Moving Coordinators’ we assign to every move we book, can assist you with all the details. Our website @ Tru-Pak.Com is a moving services resource, full of valuable information to assist anyone considering a move.
Hire a Moving Company in Boone
If you are moving, we recommend about 35-45 days from your expected moving date, to choose a local moving company that best fits your needs. There are certain questions you should ask before signing any contracts including references, warrantees, licensing, insurance if they are bonded, are they a full-service moving company, and what about their reputation and experience. If the company is legitimate, you should have no problem obtaining all this information in writing and in an email. The most important thing is to choose wisely and on affiliations and experience.
Busy Summer Months
It is a good idea to give a moving company as much notice of an actual moving date as possible, especially during the busy summer months. Since most rents are up the first of the month, apartment dwellers, after giving their 30 days’ notice should consider scheduling a move at least 10 days before the end of the month. Homeowners with advanced notice should really start talking to a mover as soon as a decision is made to actually move. This way it will give an active and busy mover the time to schedule pickup and delivery dates.
Organization is Key to Success
As with any endeavor, being organized and having a well, thought-out plan is essential. Moving can be quite an overwhelming task so it is a good idea to start early. That means acquiring all of the necessary supplies for packing and storing, discarding, and donating. If you haven’t actually moved before it is a good idea to review our website for prioritizing tasks, ideas on packing, and becoming familiar with all of the issues one faces in the event of a move. You will uncover items you probably forgot you had, and be faced with decisions about most things you take for granted.
Why Choose Tru-Pak Moving Systems?
If you are looking for the highest quality mover with the best track record on safety, Tru-Pak Moving is your best choice in Boone. We offer many unique services including the assignment of an individual “Moving Team” to every move we book. They are responsible for the loading, transportation, delivery, and unloading of your precious valuables anywhere in the lower 48 states. We also assign a “Moving Coordinator”, a one-point-of-contact for every customer we serve. We are a licensed, bonded, and insured independent agent for United Van Lines and are proud of it. Give us a call for a free, no-obligation consultation and written estimate. Our highly skilled moving technicians can be reached at 1-800-659-1233.