Pretty nice pack job!

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                                                         EST. in Richmond Va 2011      

     This level of preparation makes the move more difficult, dangerous and expensive than it needs to be.  I don't put these on here for the purpose of ridiculing anyone, they are here only as an example of what I would consider to be an unsafe working environment.































































































                                                                                                    


































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Please Don't

Our goal is a safe, efficient move, for everyone involved.


  1.  Please don't Block the path.  We must have a clear walkway.  If someone is  carrying a heavy piece of furniture and they step in a pile of toys or who-  knows-what, that's a real hazard.  They could fall and injure theirself, not to  mention the furniture.
  2.  Please don't Allow pets and children to roam the work area unsupervised  Same reason as above.  Small children and pets should be out of the work  area at all times.
  3.   Please don't Get into the moving truck, unless you are wearing a moxie    movers T-shirt​.
  4.  Please don't  let this happen



































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Please Do

We can make moving a positive experience


  1.  Feel free to ask questions during the move.  Your crew chief is your liason and  wants to make the process stress-free for you.  I have found the most stressful part of having people work in your house is wondering what they are doing and or wondering if there is something you should be doing.  It's ok to ask.
  2.  Have everything that will fit in a box, in a box, especially lamps.
  3.  Make sure the boxes have lids and are sealed top and bottom with tape
  4.  Empty the drawers of larger furniture. The extra weight can damage the      piece, or the movers.  A lot of moving companies will tell you the opposite, but my policy is made with my employees well being in mind.
  5. ​ Vaccuum and dust before the move, Ah-choo!
  6.  Separate what is staying and going as much as possible, use labels or post- its to differentiate.
  7.  Make yourself available at the unload.  We will need your guidance to get  everything where it belongs
  8.  Put heavy items in small boxes.  Please no Rubbermaid bins full of  magazines  and medical texts
  9.  It's nice to have some water available and maybe even some snacks.  You don't have  to, but small gestures like that are always appreciated.  This can be thirsty work.