Dallas moving services have the best tips and offer for our client that you can read in this article that will make you choose our company between other moving services in Dallas Texas, here is the first tip. Never sign a blank contract. Get absolutely everything in writing. The mover’s estimate and any extra fees should be listed, as well as your pick-up and delivery dates. Read your contract and make sure all of your belongings are listed. If your laptop isn’t labeled on the inventory form you sign before the driver leaves, you can’t expect it to be in the box when he arrives. You can’t file a claim for something that doesn’t appear on the inventory list. Don’t accept the “guaranteed” quote. There are three kinds of moving contracts: A non-binding estimate on your contract means the company cannot require payment more than 10% above the original estimate. Any overages must be paid within 30 days of delivery. A non-binding to exceed the amount on your contract ensures that you will not have to pay for any overages to the original estimate. The estimate is the maximum you’ll be required to pay for any services rendered. A binding estimate on your contract is supposed to be a guaranteed price for the move and all extras and services, if you request additional services (such as unpacking), any extra fees must be paid within 30 days of delivery. All moving companies are required to assume liability for the value of the goods they transport. However, there are two different levels of cost; you need to be aware of the charges that apply and the amount of protection provided by each level. This is the most comprehensive plan available for the protection of your goods. Unless you select the Alternative Level of Liability described below, your shipment will be transported under your mover’s Full (Replacement) Value Protection level of liability. This plan whenever an article is lost destroyed or damaged while in your mover’s custody. Fix the items to the extent necessary to restore it to the same condition as when it was received by your mover, or pay you for the cost of repairs and replace the article with an article of like kind and qualities or paid you for the cost of replacement. Under this option, movers are permitted to limit their liability for loss or damage to articles of extraordinary value, unless you specified list these articles on the shipping documents. An item of the high amount is any item whose value exceeds $100 per pound (for example, jewelry, silverware, china, furs, antiques, rugs, and electronics). Ask your movers team for a complete explanation of this limitation before your move. It’s your responsibility to study this provision carefully and make the necessary declaration. When you hire the experts like us Dallas Movers Team all the things has been settle before we start the moving service we explain all the things to you before we start the job for our client.