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What Should I Look For in an Interstate Move?
There are so many details to take care of when you’re moving between states – even just one state over. That makes it essential to research the best interstate moving company for your needs. The main areas you need to pay attention to are each company’s range of services, years of experience, and available resources.

Interstate Moving Services

If your interstate moving needs are large or small, Westcoast Enterprise LLC  offers several packing and moving services that you can choose from to create a personalized moving solution. We offer moving and storage services that include full-service packing, custom crating or fragile-only packing for large or very delicate items, or do-it-yourself packing in which we just supply the packing materials.

As a full-service interstate move, Westcoast Enterprise LLC can also help you with vehicle shipping, piano moving, short-term storage and more interstate moving solutions. And we offer online shipment tracking so you can find out the status of your interstate moving shipment in real time.

Interstate Movers with Years of Experience

Over 15 years in the moving industry have made Westcoast Enterprise LLC one of the leading interstate moving companies in the United States. And during all that time, we’ve developed a system that reflects our commitment to quality! From the extensive training our agents, drivers and movers receive to the variety of services we offer to our secure and well-maintained fleet of moving vehicles, we do what it takes to deliver high-quality interstate relocations for every customer.

Interstate Movers with Years of Experience

  • Write down your contact information. Write down contact information for your moving company and coordinator, so you know how to get in touch with them before, during and after the move. Also make sure they have contact information for you, including your current address, new address and how to reach you while in transit.
  • Create an inventory of your household goods. Make sure your movers sign off on an official inventory on the load day. This document will be your primary account of belongings and their condition. If items are not listed or their conditions are improperly documented on this list, they may not be eligible for claims compensation.
  • Read all documents before signing them. This includes the estimate, order for service, inventory, and Bill of Lading. Also be sure to keep these documents until all charges and claims are paid and settled.

If you’ve hired the right mover, the last thing you need to worry about is move-in day. Set aside time to review the move-in plan, the inventory and payment terms before unloading the truck. Make sure you have a check ready before your movers arrive. Most interstate moving companies will require a payment before they begin unloading.

You can be confident that the extra time you spend planning and preparing will return dividends in the form of peace of mind. The alternative should be avoided at all costs; ask anyone victimized by a moving scam.



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