Movers.com has published its latest guide, offering recommendations for the top insured and licensed moving companies in New Haven, Connecticut. The report includes the most recent listings for highly-rated movers, which are especially important for moving into or out of challenging high-rise apartments.
Living costs may be high in the current economy, but there are places where consumers can’t afford to cut corners. Using licensed and insured movers, especially for high-rise apartment moves, in New Haven is non-negotiable, according to a recent guide by Movers.com.
Interested parties can learn more at https://www.movers.com/moving-companies/ct-connecticut/new-haven/cheap-movers.html
A site dedicated to all things moving-related, Movers.com has published a guide containing a list of the top movers in New Haven, Connecticut. Consumers can check these listings or seek obligation-free quotes for screened companies using the site.
In addition to other important action steps, the guide from Movers.com recommends consumers verify their moving company’s license and insurance information before entering any agreements. The expert advises contacting the state’s commerce commission or Department of Transportation offices to verify specific regulations - companies must be licensed for individual states and comply with federal moving regulations to ensure safe, reliable handling of their possessions.
Several states require movers to have a United States Department of Transportation number, which facilitates the tracking of inspections, compliance reviews, and other important data. The guide instructs where to find a company’s USDOT number and how to check it against federal records. Connecticut does not require this federal identification number for local moves, but it will be needed for intrastate moves of 100 miles or more or those that cross state lines.
Movers.com also recommends verifying that movers completing interstate moves or relocating 100 miles or more are registered with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. This agency establishes the amount of insurance companies must carry, and outlines the specific operations, cargo, and areas in which movers may operate.
Though it's not a legal issue, the guide advises using screened movers for moves in or out of high-rise apartments. In addition to reducing stress and difficulty, experienced movers know how to streamline elevator operations. Loading and unloading elevators takes time, and most movers charge according to time spent.
Founded by experienced relocation industry professionals, Movers.com maintains a network of more than 500 screened moving companies. Additionally, its professionals check on each company monthly to ensure continued customer satisfaction. Movers.com has served more than 750,000 satisfied consumers with its network of services, guides, and tips for do-it-yourself moves.
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