Planning Your Long Distance Move

Are you planning to move across the country? Maybe you’ve found a new job or school for your kids or you think your life would be better somewhere else, but you feel like you’re missing something out.

I guessed it, right? Don’t worry, pals. You’re just stressed about the upcoming move. However, it doesn’t have to be like that at all. Yes. Cross country moving can take longer and be at a long distance. Yes. There’re a million things to consider. And no. You don’t have to do it alone. You can hire a professional moving company and sit with your legs crossed while they do all the work for you. Sounds interesting?

For this reason, we’ll look into what Tammy Petrov can teach us about this matter. Working at the head of a cross country moving company GPS Moving, she’s known both light and dark days. Yet she and her team have managed to move all clients seamlessly.

Now it’s your turn. She can help you find out everything about cross country movers and the entire procedure. Ready, set, go!

Handle the loads of items

Planning Your Long Distance Move

Let me get this straight. Cross country is way more complicated than an ordinary move across town. If you’re moving a few streets away you’ll just call your friends and take the bunch of belongings to your new house in a flash.

The real problem appears when you have to move them to another state. At least for most people.

It won’t be your problem, though, once Tammy is done with her advice. Connected to this, she strictly insists that you find a company that can handle all your belongings no matter how big in number or size they are.

The team should transport them without any trouble and deliver them to you intact. Obviously this is what you desire most, right?

Offer full service

No matter how strong you are, you can’t do it all by yourself. Face it. All that wrapping, unwrapping, loading, folding, boxing and who-knows-what-more can get too overwhelming.

The cross country movers you choose should offer their full service in exchange for a reasonable price. What I mean by full is basically everything from packing to settling you in the new home on the other side of the country. And all of this without you lifting a single finger.

From the moment they pass your threshold, you should be able to trust them with all you have. Of course, they shouldn’t let you down.

Be communicative and close

You’re a part of the team. This is what you should hear from your movers. They should always strive to make you feel like an important asset to the team. Which is totally the truth.

Tammy puts this as a priority. If the movers aren’t communicative and warm, your whole cross country move can easily turn into a horror movie. Imagine staying awake all night and thinking where your stuff is right now. Is something damaged or lost or God forbid stolen. Oh, no!

If you don’t want to go through this (and I’m sure you don’t) make sure to pick a team that’ll keep in touch during the process and inform you on the progress of the move. Only that way you can be sure you’ve done the right thing giving them your belongings.

A final word

In a nutshell, it’s more than clear how big pain in the back cross country moving can be. It’ll drain your whole energy and enthusiasm if you don’t have the right team by your side. And Tammy has been more than helpful with that. She explained everything you need to consider while making your decision. So, choose wisely. Oh, and don’t forget to tell us how it all went!

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