A: Items must be removed from your drawers and cabinets prior to the move to prevent any damage to the furniture item, which may result from difficulty in handling the item and stress of extra weight during the travelling to your new location.
A: Yes, we will if it is needed for safe relocation.
A: It depends on circumstances. Most streets have the necessary room for our trucks to get in and situate themselves. Remember, that you can always ask your building manager, neighbors, or even your real estate agent who will most likely know the answer.
A: Yes, ROUTE 66 MOVING AND STORAGE provides such service. We will need to discuss all details before the day of the move and one of our representatives will visit your location if needed.
A: A cubic foot has three measurements and could be compared to square object that is one foot in length on all sides. Cubic feet are used to measure the volume of an item. In most cases one would multiply the length times the width times the height of an object in order to get its volume. In order to convert cubic feet to weight, you would simply multiply the cubic foot value you have by 7 pounds. This ratio is dictated by the Federal Highway Administration.
A: Most of the moving companies out there include a fuel charge when providing an estimate. This charge fluctuates because the price of fuel does the same on a regular basis. By adding the fuel costs in a separate column from the estimate, we are able to adjust this rate according to current market rates.
A: Yes, you will see our driver during the picking up and at the time of delivery
A: Foreman is the representative of our company who will fill in the contract with you and organize packing, loading and unloading process during your move. All our foremen are highly experienced movers with excellent skills.
A: We certainly can and would need additional information from you first. Please feel free to contact us through the estimate form on the right, or contact us directly on phone number.