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Benefits of Working with a Residential Moving Company

Updated on May 6, 2016

Moving. For some, just the mere thought of the word is a reason to get excited. They thrive on the thrill of going new places, meeting new people and adding to their list of experiences; for others, moving brings stress, fear, and thoughts of all the work involved to get from point A to point B. For those who thrill at the thought of moving, even the knowledge that it will be necessary to box up their items and move them is not a deterrent to their excitement.

Or perhaps, those who get excited at the thought of a residential move know what so many others know – residential moving is not nearly as difficult when you work with a professional residential moving company. Why, because as professionals, thy will come to your home and be there to keep you from making crucial mistakes a move can bring about. Consider these reasons to hire a professional moving company.

  • Just getting the right size boxes, tape and packing supplies can be a job in itself. When you work with a residential moving team, they will provide all of these items so you can be sure to have the right size box for all your items.
  • Residential movers are typically very familiar with the local neighborhoods, and know how to maneuver their trucks and loading equipment so that all your boxes reach your destination.
  • When you work with a professional, you can request insurance that covers your belongings. This means that in the event that something happens, there is nothing to be concerned about.
  • They have the right equipment – carts, dollies, ramps, etc. to make sure that your belongings are easily moved out of your old home and into your new one with ease.
  • In some instances, especially with a long distance move, your belongings may arrive before you do. In those situations, a moving company can store your belongings at their facility. Yes, additional charges may be incurred, but at least you will know your belongings are safe.

Hiring a professional residential moving company means that you have no reason to be stressed out. They have years of knowledge and experience and will be there to ensure that your move goes as smooth as possible. Whether you are moving from Twin Cities, MN to Duluth or from the north side of St. Paul to the southern side, you can depend on a residential moving company to get your belongings moved, and ready for you to make your new house a home. If you have questions about working a professional moving company, talk to the pros at 1st Choice Movers of Twin Cities to learn how to get started.

Many websites provide additional information on the topic of residential moving. One such site worth visiting is

Janet Slagell independently authors articles for, Inc. for search engine marketing. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those solely of the author, and not of any other person, company or organization. No guarantee or warranty, express or implied, is made regarding the accuracy, fitness, or use of the content herein.


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