Moving far away or transporting things a long distance can be a major headache. There's so much to move and doing a few trips can not only take a long time but also be exhausting. But if you pay to have everything moved for you via train you can save yourself a lot of worry, stress and time.
Things You'll Need
- packing supplies
Determine what it is you need to move. This means a rough estimate of how many boxes, vehicles, boats, furniture and other items are going to be sent.
Call your local freight company. You can find this in a yellow pages or other local guide. Check out www.movefreight.com for information about their services.
Compare prices between the companies you contact. Ask whether they offer insurance on the shipments and what sort of guarantees they have. Also inquire about the delivery time.
Select your freight company based on the answers you received from the various companies. Pack your items accordingly. Make sure everything is securely tightly so there is no chance of breaking or other damage.
Leave your items out for pick-up or take them to the pick-up location. That's it. Just wait for your items to arrive at their destination and you're done!
Tips & Warnings
- Pack items well and if insurance is available purchase it
- Tag all items, vehicles and other shipments with address tags
- Don't leave boxes untaped or open
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