Why settle for anything, but the best. When it comes to moving, especially on a "hourly" basis, what is more important than the hourly cost is the people, equipment, and insurance or simply put everything. Choosing the right mover that cares for you and your belongings will end up saving you time, money, and frustration.
Neutz Sons and Daughters Moving created "The Right Move" soley for this purpose. We chose a national vanline, NorthAmerican Vanlines, because they know moving. It doesn't increase our local cost, it makes us better!
13707 Aiken Road
Louisville, KY 40245
© Copyright 2006-2010, NR Properties, LLC dba Edward Neutz Sons & Daughters Moving. All Rights Reserved.
Don't underestimate why movers are regulated by State and Federal agencies. There are rules and regulations that should be followed for protection so that you have the best possible move.
What's important about moving trucks? Everything, if your a mover. A 26' moving van is not a 26' moving van. Consider a 26' Uhaul, it carries approx. 7,000lbs of household goods, a 26' Penske carries approx. 8,500lbs, and a traditional 26' moving van carries 10,000lbs. E-track and all wood interior is also preferred, and having more space allows a job to be done more safely and cost-effectively.
A movers dream, equipment! Clean pads and shrink-wrap are just the starting point on equipment. Straps, bands, door & floor protectors, dollies, appliance dollies, safe dollies, piano boards, and other equipment help movers not only carry items with care, but assist with securing items for protection during transport. Having the right equipment makes a huge difference with any move.
The Right People
Having "know how" movers with fantastic attitudes is a great asset. Neutz Moving employs a team through our customer care center to ensure that every move is done with the highest quality. Estimators, teamleaders, packers, and movers, work directly with our customer care people to make sure you are satisfied with every aspect of the move.
Always ask your mover about insurance coverage, more importantly, the Declaration of Value Options which you must choose prior to moving. FMCSA: Explanation.
Regulations - All movers must have proof of insurance on file with both State and Federal agencies, this includes cargo insurance. If your mover is not licensed, they probably do not have any insurance.
Just because a mover has insurance does not mean that you are fully covered.
Declaration of Value - All movers will have you sign a Declaration of Value agreement. You must declare the value of your goods prior to shipment for insurance coverage.
Standard Basic Value Coverage - This value is $.60 per pound per article with a total value upto the weight of the entire shipment. So any losted or damaged article weighing 100lbs is covered by insurance for $60.00, the value you declared. This minimum coverage must be given to you at no charge by the mover. So you are taking a risk on the movers.
Full Value Coverage - This value is the repair or current replacement value of the article and upto the total amount you will declare. This option typically has additional cost based on the total value. Movers must have a minimum of $750,000 in total cargo coverage.
Request a FREE Local Moving Quote