A Alliance Moving

A Alliance Moving
A Alliance Moving is listed in the Movers and Moving Services category in Denver, Colorado. Displayed below is the only current social network for A Alliance Moving which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of A Alliance Moving on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

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6191 E 38th Ave
Denver, CO 80207
(303) 320-9092

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Planning a move this spring or summer? Call us now for a free in home estimate! Moving companies see a tremendous surge in demand during the spring and summer months - Don't wait until the last minute! Call to make your appointment today!

Moving is stressful and hiring a reputable moving company can add unneeded stress if you choose the wrong company! Here is a list of questions you should ask a potential moving company before contracting them to help you with your relocation. Be wary! If they refuse or cannot answer any and/or all of these questions, you may want to rethink contracting their services. We, however, would be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your upcoming move! Call us any time! 303-320-9092. 1. Is Your Company Properly Licensed? 2. How Long Has Your Company Been In Business? 3. What Kind Of Liability Coverage Do You Provide? 4. Are Employees Covered By Workers’ Compensation And Public Liability Insurance? 5. Do You Have The Necessary Equipment? 6. Do You Have Enough Experienced Crew Or Employ People Temporarily During The Peak Season? 7. Are Storage Facilities Available? 8. Can You Show Recommendations And Give Me References? 9. Can You Provide An On-Site Written Estimate? 10. What Do You Consider Extra Services (And How Much Do You Charge For Them)? 11. What Deposits Do You Collect And What Is Your Cancellation Policy? 12. Do You Provide Inventory? 13. How Do You Charge (in the event of a local move)? 14. How Long Will The Move Take? 15. What Payment Methods Do You Accept?

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"Weather" you want to accept it or not, Winter is Coming! Here are a few tips about moving should you need to move during the winter months. While winter is a great time to move (i.e., it's cheaper and an easier time to rent a moving truck or hire movers), you need to be aware of possible moving issues so that you can avoid them before they occur. Get Your New Home Ready for the Cold Weather Move Before moving day, it's a good idea to check with the real estate agent or the rental property manager of your new home to ensure the place is ready for you on moving day. #1. Make sure you have heat and lights. This is a task you don't want to forget to do. You should ensure that all utilities have been set-up and are fully functioning. I suggest having the heat and hydro turned on a couple of days before your arrival just to make sure everything is functioning and that the house is warm for the day you move in. While this is true for anytime that you move, regardless of the season, it's even more important when the cold winds are blowing and the days are much shorter and darker. #2. Clear the snow from walkways. Make sure the walks and sidewalks are clear in front of your new home. If you're moving locally, it's a good idea to visit your new place the day before the move in date to make sure the walkways are clear and free of ice. If needed, salt or sand the area. If you're moving to another town or city and can't visit your new home prior to the move-in date, have your agent or property manager check the area for you. Check that parking areas and/or lane-ways are clear. Regardless of what time of year you move, you should always ensure there's parking available for the moving truck. This may mean negotiating with your new neighbors, or hiring someone (or doing it yourself) to clear the back lane-way or driveway of snow. Prepare Your Old Home for Moving Out #3. Clear snow. Make sure sidewalks, walkways and driveways are free of snow. Use salt or sand to ensure areas are free of icy and slippery conditions. Parking areas should also be cleared with ample room for movers to use dollies. Check the area first thing on moving day just in case it snowed overnight or that conditions changed. #4. Protect inside space. Use large pieces of cardboard or plastic sheeting to ensure high traffic areas are protected from snow, sand and water. If your floors can withstand heavy duty tape (test in a corner spot first), tape plastic sheets to the floor. Cardboard works best for carpeted areas as small tacks can be used to secure it to the floor. Experiment first before the movers arrive. #5. Keep sand/salt and shovels on hand. It's a good idea to stock up on winter supplies in case your vehicle or the moving truck becomes stuck or it starts to snow. Throughout the move, you should be monitoring conditions and acting on any changes as needed. #6. Have hot drinks on hand. Whether you're moving yourself or hiring movers, make sure you have hot liquids available. Hot chocolate, tea and coffee will be most welcomed by everyone who's helping with your move. Extra mittens and hats are a good idea, too. #7. Keep an eye on the weather. While this seems like common sense, on moving day you'll be so wrapped up in the move that you may forget that conditions might change. Check the weather well in advance of moving day, then follow it closely right up until the movers arrive. If there's a possibility of inclement weather, keep the radio on during the move to ensure you're receiving the latest updates. What If a Storm Blows In? #7. Have a back-up plan. If a winter storm is threatening your move, make sure you have a back-up plan in case you need to reschedule your move. If you've hired movers, talk to the company to see what their policy is in terms of winter conditions. Some movers are used to winter weather and may not be willing to postpone the move. If the movers do want to postpone, make sure you speak to your real estate agent or landlord to see if you can stay a few extra days. Typically, if you're not able to move out, no one is able to move in, either. But arrange this ahead of time. If you can't negotiate extra days, speak to the movers about your options. They may be able to still pick up your things, but not deliver them to your new home. If this is the case, you'll need short-term accommodation. Find out what to do if your move falls through. #8. Plan your travel route carefully. Know your travel route and make sure you contact the local authorities to determine if highways are open and safe to travel on. Each state or province has a phone number and website to check with regular updates provided. You should also know the location of overnight accommodation in case you need to stop. #9. Get you car serviced and have all the necessary equipment with you. Make sure you have your car winterized, including all fluids topped up, and tires and brakes checked. It's a good idea to carry chains (if allowed) and know how to put them on quickly. Practice in your garage before you leave. You should also carry a gas can, extra windshield fluid, and salt or kitty litter (works great if you get stuck). Have a good snow shovel, emergency blanket and membership to a roadside assistance service, too. #10.Have an emergency contact list with you. Make sure you have all the necessary phone numbers with you, including roadside assistance, highway patrol and a number for reports on highway conditions. You should also ensure that someone who isn't moving with you has a copy of your travel plans. Make a call-in schedule with that person so they'll know where you are and when you should be arriving. READY TO MOVE? Call us at 303-320-9092 to set up a free, no obligation in home estimate!

MOVING SEASON IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER! Are you planning for an upcoming move across town or across the country? If so, check out these 8 tips to get you and your family packing and moving like pros! #1 - Have a yard sale or garage sale and get rid of any unused and/or unwanted items. The less items you have to move, the easier and less expensive your move will be! #2 - Assign a different color duct tape or stickers to each room so your boxes are easier to identify. Colored duct tape or stickers can be a great time-saver during the unloading process as you can quickly identify which room each box should be placed. #3 - Pack a clear "First Day Essentials" bin or box filled with the things you will need most as soon as you arrive in your new home. Fill this bin with trash bags, box cutters, scissors, disinfectant wipes, paper towels, toilet paper, paper plates, plastic cups and silverware, hand soap, dish soap, and hand sanitizer - anything you might need to make the first day a lot less stressful. #4 - Pack an overnight bag. Make sure everyone in the house has at least one fresh pair of clothes for the first or second day in your new home. This is great for when everyone is exhausted from the move, no one wants to cook, and there's a great pizza place just around the corner from you now! #5 - Use large Ziploc bags to keep kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom items together. Its so much easier to unpack when the small drawer and closet items are together. #6 - Use cardboard dishpack partitions to pack breakables. They are perfect to insert inside moving boxes and protect glasses, stemware, breakable knick knacks, crystal, etc. from breaking. #7 - Use plastic saran wrap to secure the opening of any container that might leak or ooze during transit. Examples would be cleaning products, bathrooms items, food, etc. Simply cover the top of the container with plastic wrap and screw the cap back on. If the you're having a touch time getting the cap back on, grab some of that colored duct tape and secure that bad boy. #8 - Use community resources to find used boxes. Craigslist, the Nextdoor App, liquor and grocery stores will usually have a plethora of used boxes. Also, ask friends and family to save any boxes from previous moves or household deliveries they might be expecting.