Family Van Line Moving Company

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How Much Does It Cost to Move?

For put it simply, the move will be the sum of Travel Time (fixed) + Surcharges + Time it takes to complete the move + materials, tolls/parking, COIs.

When Do I Pay You Company?

Payment is made by the client after the end, and you will pay us when the move is finally completed. The Family Van Line Moving will accept Cash, MasterCard, Amex, Local Checks, Visa, Discover, etc.

So When Should I Start Planning My Move?

The best time to start preparing for your move is at least six months out. Here’s what to do with that benchmark: Come up With a Budget. A moving budget will save you from unwanted financial surprises at the end of your move.

Are You Insured?

Your invoice will include travel time, labour and a fuel surcharge. There are additional services and surcharges that may be added such as packing, materials, and piano moving, however you will be informed of those prior to your move. There will be no surprises.

Do I Have To Be Present On Move Day?

It’s best if you can be. Especially for the unload you items. You, or someone who knows where you would like your furniture and boxes to go should be on site.

Do You Offer Packing Services?

Yes. Family Van Line Moving provide packing service, packers and packing material. Billed out at an hourly rate plus materials we can pack your whole house or just those few tricky or sentimental pieces. Ask our movers for an estimate.

How And When Do You Want Payment?

At the end of the moving, our company will be given you the invoice. It is payable upon receipt. Any one of our workers can take your payment. Cash or Cheque, Visa, MasterCard, Debit, are accepted.

How Do You Calculate The Cost Of My Move?

Your invoice will embody travel time, labour and a fuel surcharge. There are extra services and surcharges which will be other equivalent to packing, materials, and piano moving, but you’ll be told of these before your move. There are going to be no surprises.
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