FAQ & Moving Tips

Do you have storage?

Yes we do!  We recently expanded our space to provide on-site storage in a secure, temperature and humidity controlled environment. 

Do I need to remove items from drawers?

No. It is not necessary to remove all items from drawers. You need only to remove items that are spillable, breakable, or of exceptionable value such as money, jewelry, credit and bank cards.

Should I remove items from refrigerators & freezers?

Yes. Refrigerators should be emptied. On occasion, freezers may remain full if they will be going from garage to garage with no steps involved.

Do you move grand pianos?

Yes. In fact, it is one of our specialties. For many years we delivered all the pianos for Turner Music Company. in Independence. We even move Harry S. Trumans' concert grand at the Truman Presidential Library.

Are you insured?

Yes, we are fully insured and registered with the MoDot to operate in all Commercial Zones in the metropolitan area. Not all movers are, so check them out.

How do I check out a movers' reliability?

Contact the Better Business Of Greater Kansas City, they are a fantastic resource for unbiased information. Ask your friends & family if they have any previous experience with movers. Chances are, we have moved one of them. Also, ask for references, we have many customers that would be glad to speak with you.

Do you move plants?

Yes. Unfortunately, we can not be responsible for broken foliage or survival after being moved. House plants are very sensitive to climate changes and we are not able to control humidity and temperature levels.

Do you take down and set up beds?

Yes. Any items we take apart we will gladly reassemble. We will also assemble new or existing items as long all parts are available to us.

Be prepared. Try to have all your packing done the day before you move. Not only will this help the efficiency of your move it will also reduce stress.

Try to have all your boxes sealed and labeled. This will help speed up the loading & unloading process.

Provide a phone number at which you can be contacted. It is important that we are able to reach you should we need additional information, such as clarifying directions.

Make yourself a personal box or bag. It is very important that you are able to have quick access to medications, insurance papers, real estate contracts, checkbooks, phone chargers and any other items you may need quickly.

Pets should be placed in a safe and comfortable place during your move. Moving is not only stressful for you but for them as well. There is nothing worse than trying to find a lost pet on moving day. We've found a few lost cats while unloading trucks.

Be open to suggestions from your crew on what can be done to make your move run efficiently. These guys really do know what they are doing and are a great resource for everything from furniture placement to storage space issues.