1. The movers will contact you or the destination agent 24
hours prior to the expected arrival time. This allows time
to locate you and arrange for unloading. If for some reason
you cannot be reached, it is then your responsibility to contact
2. Be sure you're there when the movers arrive. If you cannot,
be sure to authorize an adult to be your representative to
accept delivery, check inventory for damages and pay the charges
for you. Inform the destination agent of your chosen representative's
3. Have payment on hand for your moving charges. Unless other
billing arrangements were made in advance, payment is required
upon delivery in cash, traveler's checks, money order or cashier's
check. Be sure to ask in advance if personal checks are accepted
if you prefer to pay that way.
4. Check to make sure the utilities have been connected,
and follow up on any delays.
5. Make sure your phone is connected. Ideally, you should
have the telephone company hook it up the day before you move
6. Confine your pets to help keep them from running away
or becoming stressed by all of the activity.
7. It's a good idea to review your floor plan so you can
tell the movers where to place your furniture and appliances.
Plan to be available to direct them as they unload.
8. To prevent possible damage, televisions, stereos, computers,
other electronic equipment and major appliances should not
be used for 24 hours after delivery, allowing them time to
adjust to room temperature.
Information contained herein subject
to change without notice.