Not many people love to move. But doesn’t it feel good to be moved? To have your entire world hauled safely onto and off of a truck by a crew of quick, efficient, polite movers?
This week in honor of Valentine’s Day, we’d like to share five things you can do to return that love, whatever time of year you move.
[Synopsis: Fraud and deception runs rampant in our industry. Why isn’t more being done?]
We bust our butts to do our jobs well, to treat our customers right and give our industry a good name. But we still hear about swindles, scams and those customers standing out in their own driveway facing a hostage situation. To those lucky enough to not know what I mean…
Hostage situation: A mover has your stuff and won’t give it back but under certain conditions.
How do these guys get away with it? They’re relentless. (And almost as successful as the fraudsters running that Nigerian Prince e-mail scheme.)
Solar panels are a fantastic way to save money on your new home. You pay less in utilities every month and in some places you can even sell unused solar energy back to the electric company.
However, those solar benefits don’t come without a little work. Solar arrays only bring the best returns when regularly cleaned and carefully maintained. Fortunately, taking caring of a solar array is a relatively easy task.
Can you imagine a pro wrestler moving a piano?
According to the FBI, home burglaries are the most common threat to a home. Burglars are nearly three times more likely to target homes without alarm systems.
There’s a loophole in the alarm system marketplace though; People cite moving as the number one reason why they cancel their alarm system service. Considering the average amount of times a person moves in their lifetime is currently calculated at over 11, now must be a good time to be a burglar.
But there are ways to make moving an alarm system way more effective. Yeah, moving the system can be a pain, but these things will make the entire process far more effective and easier.