Whether you are a seasoned mover, or this is a first time move, you may notice your movers and packers using some industry terminology that is unfamiliar to you. The full service movers at 3 Guys Moving are trained to explain the process to our customers in detail. However, in the midst of everything, it may be difficult to remember all of the terminology. Our next series of articles will cover common terms used by movers and packers.
Bill of Lading
The bill of lading is another name for your receipt. You will be asked to sign your bill of lading before your movers and packers begin to transport your household goods. This document is extremely important and should be kept with you throughout your move.
The inventory is a descriptive, itemized list of the household goods that your full service moving company will be handling and transporting for your move.
High Value Article
If you are moving an item valued at >$100 per pound, it will be classified as a high value article. It is advisable to disclose any high value articles to your movers and packers when they arrive. Piano movers will automatically list pianos, organs, etc. as high value articles.
Our next article will cover more moving terms commonly used by moving companies.
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