Frequently Asked


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01 Do I Need To Be Present During The Entire Moving Process?

While it's not always necessary for you to be present during the entire moving process, it's recommended that you are available at both the pickup and delivery locations. This allows you to answer any questions our Dallas movers may have, provide specific instructions, and ensure that everything is going according to plan. If you can't be present, you can designate a representative to oversee the process on your behalf.

02 What Happens If My Belongings Get Damaged During The Move?

Our reputable local movers in Dallas, TX have insurance coverage to protect your belongings during the move. If any items are damaged or lost, we will reimburse you for it. You will get all the details about our insurance during our call. We will guide you through the claims process and work towards resolving the issue and compensating you if it comes to that.

03 Do I need to provide packing materials, or will the movers bring them?

Our movers in Dallas, TX offer packing services and we can bring our own packing materials. This includes boxes, tape, bubble wrap, and other necessary supplies. We only charge you for what we use for your move. However, if you insist, you can bring your own packing materials.

04 Are local movers in Dallas, TX licensed and insured?

Yes, our reputable Dallas movers are licensed and insured. We have all the necessary permits and licenses to operate legally, and we also offer insurance to protect your belongings during the moving process. You can easily check our credentials - give us a call and we will be happy to share more details with you.

05 What is the difference between a binding and non-binding estimate?

A binding estimate is a written agreement between you and the moving company that guarantees the cost of the move based on the services and quantities listed in the estimate. The price will not increase, even if the actual weight or volume of your belongings is higher than estimated.

On the other hand, a non-binding estimate provides an approximation of the cost based on the mover's assessment of your items, but the final cost can vary depending on the actual weight or volume of the goods. Our A#1 movers provide non-binding estimates.