What is a good job and how is that achieved? I believe the very first part of the direct experience you should have with the mover you’re considering is feeling a sense of comfort and confidence. Calling a business and being prompted by a computer, waiting, talking to a representative who you’ll never meet and finally connecting with a salesperson who isn’t going to do the actual work doesn’t give me a sense of confidence, or comfort. Connecting with the person who will help do my work and understands my situation and can help me begin the process of getting my job done properly is what I want. That’s who I am and that’s what I do.
By myself? No. Well, sometimes. I travel alone as do most movers. And for small jobs, I am capable of doing a fair amount by myself aided by a liftgate, a dolly, strength, and expertise. However, I will request help from a customer, or an aide with whom they have familiarity in order to save time, expense and to avoid introducing someone unknown into their home for a job that takes 30 minutes. That seems logical and prudent to me. I will always be able to provide a labor assistant when necessary, however.
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When your job is large and a number of laborers are required I have a system which works very well. I have a dedicated crew of movers in Colorado, where my base is located, who are professional movers who have worked with me for many years. As you might imagine we not only have interpersonal working relationships but personal ones as well. We’re friends having known each other and relied upon one another’s physical and emotional support for many years. It is an option to have these men fly into your worksite to help load, or deliver your goods. Having the same crew on both ends of the job is optimal and expensive. If you want the best possible experience, this is the way to go.
Alternatively, when the origin, or destination of your job is outside of Colorado I work with movers who assist me in some metropolitan areas who have helped me in the past. These are also experienced, well-qualified professionals. Frankly, I pay my helpers more money than their other employers usually do because I respect the hard work and skill they have to bring to the table or sofa. If you give love, you usually get it back. That’s what I want. Everybody gets love. And you love the job you get. Finally, I share a list of tried-and-true professional moving helpers with other cross country movers. If I’m not bringing my own help and have to go to an area where I have no previous experience with a professional moving helper, I call one of several long distance movers I know and try to get a phone number of someone they have used and feel confident about.
The last option is to “get out the phone book” and call a major moving company as close to the job site as possible and request help from their pool of laborers. This is the option most major moving companies employ most frequently and is the least favorable in my opinion. This is the “honest to God’s truth” about labor in the moving industry.