Pahrump, NV Movers
If you want to be wowed by your Pahrump movers, call the experts at Bekins Moving Solutions. We understand that moving in Pahrump can be an adventure all its own, especially if you are moving during the summer, when things can heat up quick. You don’t have to suffer needlessly in the Nevada heat. Call Bekins Moving Solutions and we will take care of all aspects of your move from start to finish. We are one of the most experienced and highly-rated movers in the nation, and you will see why! Give us a call and let us know how we can assist you with your relocation needs.
Residential and Commercial Pahrump Movers
Bekins Moving Solutions is a Pahrump moving company that emphasizes customer-centric service. That means we always put you first in everything we do. Our movers are professionals that have been background-checked and qualified. We assist families and businesses with everything they need to make a move go smoothly. Packing supplies, custom crating, packing services, and efficient moving services are just some of the things we can provide. Moving doesn’t have to be as stressful as you think! Call Bekins Moving Solutions and relax while we do all the heavy lifting.
Movers Who Pack for You
A full service moving company like Bekins Moving Solutions is capable of offering professionally trained movers who pack all of your household items and furniture for you. Some items may require special crating or handling procedures, which our movers are capable of administering when needed. Some furniture may need to be wrapped before being loaded on the truck, while smaller items can be crated or boxed and then put onto the truck for shipping. Movers take this load off your hands, effectively allowing you to handle other tasks while your items are put into good hands.
Moving is both physically and mentally draining for most people. A mover who does the work for you is there to relieve some of that tension when it comes to packing and transporting goods, whether it be across the city or across the country. Special care may be required for some items, and if you are packing these on your own, the chances of something being damaged are far greater. Rely on those who do this for a living, and your items will see the light of day at the end of the ride.
Moving valuation is often an overlooked service that people who are moving could really use for their household items. No doubt, the majority of the goods being sent across the country to a new house or business office are expensive. With the correct amount of valuation on these items, the moving company will repair, replace or reimburse any damaged cause by the company.
Customers are quite happy with their experience with movers valuation. Some claim that all of their items were shipped and received on time in a very fast and efficient manner with absolutely no damage. In this case, the customer did not require valuation at all. For those who did experience damaged items, however, the moving company addressed the damange within a time frame that worked for everyone involved.
What should I know about the pick-up and delivery dates?
To make the entire process of moving go more smoothly for both you and the moving company, you should be prepared on both the pick-up and delivery dates. At pick-up, you need to receive the bill of lading, which will show your new address, telephone number, and the name of the mover who is responsible for transporting the truck filled with your goods. Next, you will be responsible for accepting the pick-up by the moving company.
At the delivery point, you are responsible for accepting the delivery of all items as listed upon the spread sheets you received beforehand. You should not stick to any word that your driver says, however. Don’t depend on any other date than what your bill of service and bill of lading detail. These are legally binding, and the driver needs to meet those dates to fulfill the moving company’s end of the deal.
Do I need special conditions to store my media materials?
Depending on the type of media in question, certain conditions may need to be met for the handling of any media materials. When dealing with tapes and discs, for example, you should keep these items in a dry, cool place to avoid any long-term damage. All media formats should be stored upright, with discs or reels placed on their edge, cassettes along their long edge, and cylinders standing on their end. Any shelving used for storage needs to be strong enough to support the weight of these materials concentrated in a single location. Some discs can average 35 pounds when placed together. Grooved discs should be stored using immovable dividers every few inches or so, ensuring the support for the disc face is in place correctly.
As for the storage environment, one should always keep media materials away from all sources of vibration, away from strong magnetic fields, and a good distance from radiators or vents in the immediate area. These can all damage the goods during storage.
What information and paperwork is the mover required to provide?
Upon receiving your very first estimate from the mover and before the order of service is written out and signed, the mover is required to provide a few choice documents before any work may commence. These documents include…
- A copy of the written estimate (binding or non-binding)
- A copy of the Department of Transportation sheet “Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move”
- Any dispute settlement program information should anything go wrong during the moving period
- Any contact information you may require to reach out to the mover or to submit questions or complaints regarding service
The aforementioned documents are some of the most important pieces of paperwork the mover can relinquish to you. Before any work commences, you should speak with the moving company to ensure you have a copy of every single item listed above. You should also get your hands on a bill of lading before the truck takes off from your old home on its way to the new location.
Pahrump, NV Moving Resources
Pahrump gets its unusual name from the original native language, and was named “Pah-Rumpi,” or “Water Rock,” because of the wells in the area. Due to the abundance of water, there was a number of ranches and farms that grew cotton and livestock. Due to the boom in Las Vegas in the 1960s, Pahrump grew quickly and is now a popular place for Las Vegas residents to retire. If you are moving in Pahrump, you may find the following resources helpful:
- Local Events in Pahrump
- Pahrump Public School Information
- Trash Removal Services
- Local Attractions and Entertainment in Pahrump