The moving services we provide include local and long distance moving, residential, schools, office and businesses relocation as well as warehouse and storage service.
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How It Works
To get in touch with us. Call us at (844) 382-8112 or send an email to [email protected]
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We are a team of trained professionals and experienced movers.
Plan Your Move
The company is fully licensed and insured while providing you with the first class customer service.
Schedule Your Move
We will make sure your relocation goes as smooth as possible here at Gerard Gibbs Movers.
How do I choose a moving company?
Make sure to find movers who value their customers and their belongings. Look for companies that do not cut corners with your move.
Ask yourself the following questions:
- Does the company have proper licensing?
- Do they give you easy to understand paperwork?
- Do they answer your questions online or over the phone promptly?
- Does the moving company offer you insurance?
- Do they have experience in the industry?
- How long has the company been in business?
These are all good questions to ask yourself. When you’re going to hire a moving company, they will be in charge of everything you own, so you have to make sure your items are in the right hands with moving companies.
Should I expect my movers to pack my boxes for me?
It’s not standard for the movers to pack your boxes if you want. The movers to pack your boxes, you must request this service and there will be additional fees.
Should I expect my movers to provide equipment?
It’s common for movers to provide moving equipment like dollies, harnesses and furniture blankets.
When should I expect my belongings to arrive at their destination?
you’re doing a local move, the company will take your items from one home directly to the new home to unload them for. If you’re doing a long distance move, the company will give you a window of time the items will arrive by.
They are not guaranteed on a certain date. Your items will be traveling as part of a large shipment along with other customers items to be dropped off at their homes along the route. If you need your items on a specific day, you can pay extra for special services where your items are the only ones traveling in the truck, but this will cost quite a bit more.
Who is responsible for paying for parking for the moving truck?
You’re required to get your own parking permit for the moving truck if you do not have a driveway for the movers to park it. If you live in an urban area, the trunk will block many spaces on the street or even have to park somewhere cars normally can’t. Make sure to find out what type of permit you need before the moving day. Any tickets the moving company gets if you have them park without a permit are your responsibility to pay for.
What else should I know when hiring a moving company?
It is your responsibility to read all the fine print and ask questions about your moving tariff and bill of lading. If you do not ask questions and something is not clear, the confusion could lead to you not getting what you want. The better you understand your move, the happier you will be.
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6am - 5pm Everyday
4391 Hall Place
Dallas, TX 75207
What we Do
Long Distance Moving