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    My wife and I wanted to personally thank you for the outstanding job your employees did in moving our daughter from Roanoke to Abingdon, VA on December 19, 2013. During the economic crisis we have been experiencing there has been several local and state to state moves necessary to keep a job or obtain better living conditions in our family. I am satisfied that considering all of the moves none have reached the quality of the move...

    James

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Achieve a Successful Move – Part 1

At Heritage Moving & Storage, Inc., we want to help our customers in the greater Roanoke, Virginia area have a wonderful moving experience. A great move requires effort on the part of the moving company and the customer.

Organization and preparation are the most important elements of a successful move.

If you’re packing yourself, packing is the most important part of your preparation. You greatly increase your chances of a successful move if you’re packed prior to your move, not during your move.

If a moving crew walks into your house and you’re packed and ready to go, the movers feel great. They know that their part of the move will go smoothly.

If the movers walk into your house and you’re not packed and ready to go, the movers know that it will be a much longer, more difficult day. If the moving company is working on a schedule, and you’re not ready to go, you can hurt the moving company by being unprepared.

Organization is another important part of a successful move. Try to have items that you are donating picked up and taken away before the moving crew arrives. If there are items that you do not want the movers to load on the truck—items that you are keeping with you in your personal vehicle or items in a divorce situation—make sure that those items are organized and clearly marked.

We want to keep everyone in a good frame of mind—upbeat and positive. That’s why it’s imperative that customer is organized, packed, and prepared.

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