Every legal moving company that transport your household, have three types of estimates. Before picking the type of estimate you want to receive, you will want to know the different types and how they will affect the final price of your move.
After evaluating your goods, your Long Distance Moving company will provide you with the estimated cost of the move.
Certainly, the movers aim to give you the best estimate possible, the mover won’t be able to tell you the actual cost of the move until everything is weighed on your moving day. Once your shipment is weighed, your movers will adjust the price. Actual charge shall be determined after all services have been completed. Depending on whether the shipment is more or less than what was estimated, the cost will either increase or decrease.
Binding And Guaranteed:
A binding estimate, the mover will assess your goods and give you an estimate for the move. This estimate is final and will not change depending on the actual weight of the shipment. It’s important to know if shipment is below the estimate, you still have to pay the agreed-upon price.
Binding And Not-To- Exceed:
A binding not-to-exceed estimate, the cost of your move will never go above the estimated price. At the same time, if the total weight of the shipment is actually lower than what is estimated, the price will be lowered.