All of our moves are done on an hourly rate. We determine that rate based on how many men and trucks you need to get your job done smoothly and in a reasonable amount of time. Give us a call and we can ask you a few simple questions and give you a quick quote or set up a free in home estimate.
You could do it yourself but if you have more than a car load it might be time to call us. Once you add up the cost of a truck, gas and finding friends who will help you or hiring labor you’ll find it’s not much less then hiring us. Plus you won’t break your back or your furniture.
We have found that asking your friends and coworkers for some recommendations is a good way to start. Once you get a few names check them out online and give them a call. Go with who you feel comfortable with. Beware of companies that will lowball the cost to get you to book. Always get two or three quotes and don’t use the cheapest. And always make sure that they are licensed with the state, insured and bonded.
What time will my movers arrive?
Most of our jobs are either half day or full day jobs. Full day jobs start between 8:30-9 and half day can either be 8:30-9 or 12-2.
What happens if I have more or fewer items on local moving day?
We will only charge you for the time and men needed to complete the actual move. When we give an initial estimate, it is based on the amount and type of items that were discussed. If you decide to move some yourself and it takes less time than estimated, then you will save some money. If you decide that you want to have our movers do additional work and it takes more time, then it may bring additional cost.
Are you insured?
Yes, Taylor Moving LLC is licensed, bonded and insured.
Do I have to take the mirror off my dressers?
No, We bring along all the necessary tools that are needed to remove and re-install any mirrors attached to your dresser. If you are trying to save time andmoney you can always do this yourself but we will be happy to do it for you. We will not remove any fixed mirror the wall or attached to home.
Can I leave stuff in drawers?
We will move your dressers with the drawers in them. The only items that may be left in a drawer is something made of cloth. Fiberboard, MDF and other inexpensive furniture pieces must be completely empty to be moved safely. Please remove all jewelry, perfume, and non-clothing items. If you leave items in the drawers we will not cover these items under our insurance. This also applies to file cabinets, desks and all other heavy pieces of furniture that have drawers.
Do I have to take my beds apart?
No, We bring along all the necessary tools to disassemble and reassemble your beds for you. If your bed has air or water fill, please have it empty before moving day. All of the bedding should be removed from the bed before the movers arrive. Once again if you are trying to save on time and money you can do this yourself.
Do you do packing?
Yes, our full trained packing staff is ready to help you with any size move or pack. We have professional packers
lable to help with your packing needs.
Do you offer storage?
Taylor Moving LLC does offer storage. We have a climate controlled warehouse storage. We do not offer self storage units.
Pianos/gun safes/hot tubs?
We handle large items in house. Pianos, gun safes etc. Our movers will be happy to handle these items for you. Please let us know when booking your move of any unusual, very heavy, or delicate items that need special attention.
How big are your trucks?
We have 26, 24 and 16 foot trucks. We also offer Budget Truck Rentals to the do it yourselfers.
Do I have to empty my freezer or refrigerator?
Yes, the freezer and refrigerator must be completely empty so no items get broken or inside of appliance stays in working condition.
What about my marble & pictures?
In order for your marble and glass to be fully covered under our insurance they will need to be crated. Ask us about crating service.
If you moved due to a change in your job or business location, or because you started a new job or business, you may be able to deduct your reasonable moving expenses but not any expenses for meals. You can deduct your moving expenses if you meet all three of the following requirements:
Your move closely relates to the start of work
You meet the distance test
You meet the time test
Move Related to Start of Work – Your move must closely relate both in time and in place to the start of work at your new location. You can consider moving expenses incurred within one year from the date you first reported to work at the new location as closely related in time to the start of work. A move generally relates closely in place if the distance from your new home to the new job location is not more than the distance from your former home to the new job location. For exceptions to these requirements, see Publication 521,Moving Expenses.
The distance test – Your new workplace must be at least 50 miles farther from your old home than your old job location was from your old home. If you had no previous workplace, your new job location must be at least 50 miles from your old home.
The time test – If you are an employee, you must work full-time for at least 39 weeks during the first 12 months immediately following your arrival in the general area of your new job location. If you are self-employed, you must work full time for at least 39 weeks during the first 12 months and for a total of at least 78 weeks during the first 24 months immediately following your arrival in the general area of your new work location. There are exceptions to the time test in case of death, disability, and involuntary separation, among other things. See Publication 521 for these exceptions.