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    Mike/Leslie -

    Please forgive my delay in sending this note. Needless to say, I have been
    quite busy over these past several weeks! The good news is that every day I
    make progress in unpacking boxes.......

    I just had to commend you and your team for the excellent job in my move to
    Mississippi. I appreciated the professionalism and caring both of you showed me
    in visits, phone calls and emails. No question was "stupid" and you...

    Pam Prestage

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Questions to Ask—Part 4

Do you provide packing and unpacking services? 

At Heritage Moving & Storage, Inc., we provide full-service packing and unpacking services, but these services are not required. Our customers have the option to use these services.

Some moving companies want the packing revenue on top of the move. With us, customer has the option to be PBO (packed by owner).

What is included in the unpacking service?

When we unload your belongings, we will set up your beds, connect your washer and dryer, and connect your ice maker. These services are included with the move.

Unpacking is a separate service. During unpacking, your belongings are taken out of boxes and placed on any horizontal surface. Once surfaces are full, items are placed on the floor. Boxes and paper and other packing materials are removed from the home.

Many customers choose to unpack themselves because the unpacking service can create a mess.

From packing to moving to unloading and unpacking, Heritage Moving & Storage, Inc., provides the highest standards in local and long-distance moves. We are proud to serve our customers in Roanoke, Blacksburg, Smith Mountain Lake, Botetourt County, Vinton, Salem, and all of Southwest Virginia.

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