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Movers in Vancouver

There are literally hundreds of movers in Vancouver and the GVD, so how do you select the right Vancouver mover?

The internet has made it easy for you by providing you with a few quick search tools. Review sites such as Homestars provide you with a quick review area to check out what other consumers are saying about your prospective Vancouver mover; and Yelp which is a newer review site is just starting to rate movers in Vancouver.

The Better Business Bureau has on-line reports and the Canadian Association of Movers is another great source for checking out a mover.

Many consumers shop by price and price alone. This shopping method for a reputable mover is reckless and dangerous, because it is usually the cheapest mover that is the highest risk. Expect the cheaper mover to damage your goods and fail to repair or replace them. You also have the extreme risk of having your invoice double with the lowest price mover. Once they have your goods on-board expect to pay more if you wish to see them again – this is called the “ransom mover.” So in the end that cheap price mover ends up being the most expensive mover.

Do your due diligence and use the sources above to research your mover. Don’t take a chance because you get a low price from your mover on your initial estimate. If you’re looking for more information on movers in Vancouver, you can check Homestars or any other review site.

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