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Are you moving your business to a new location in the Denver Metro Area or somewhere else in the state of Colorado? If so, you’ll need a trustworthy, reputable, experienced mover to get the job done right. So how do you find one? What do you look for?

First of all, you want to find an experienced mover who knows how to minimize downtime for your office. After all, time is money! You’ll also want a mover who is used to working with building management in order to coordinate the move and have it go smoothly. You also want a mover who knows how to minimize the negative impact of your move on other tenants in the building—after all, they are either your current business neighbors or your future ones! You don’t want any animosity or hard feelings.

Find A Reputable Commercial Mover in Denver And Colorado

You don’t want to trust your commercial move to just any mover. That’s why it’s important to do your research. You’ll want to choose a mover that has a great reputation. Check online review sites like ReviewBuzz, Judy’s Book and Google. Check the mover’s standing with the Better Business Bureau. Also make sure they have a brick-and-mortar facility. Many shifty movers don’t have an actual office or warehouse and even operate under multiple names.

Also look for longevity in the marketplace. If they’ve been in business for many, many years, they have to be doing a lot of things right!

Commercial Storage For a Commercial Move

Oftentimes, businesses need to be able to store office furniture, technology and other items temporarily while preparing to move to a new office. You’ll want to be sure your mover offers these services and has a clean, state of the art storage facility.

The Right Equipment For a Commercial Move

You’ll also want to talk to your mover about their fleet of trucks and vans. How new are they? Are they kept clean? Do they have all of the equipment to execute your move properly, like clean packing paper, sturdy boxes, stretch wrap, dollies and other equipment? You’ll also want to make sure they know how to pack up your technology properly. It’s the lifeblood of most businesses!

Talk To Cowboy Moving & Storage About Your Commercial Move in Denver

If you’re looking for a commercial mover in Denver or Colorado, talk to Cowboy Moving & storage. Family owned and operated since 1968, the company has more than 2,200 five-star reviews on ReviewBuzz. They don’t use contract or day laborers. And every employee has been thoroughly vetted and background checked so you can trust them with your valuable possessions. Their moving experts can also provide you with tips to make your commercial move in Colorado stress-free and successful.

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Moving an aging loved one to a senior living facility is a daunting task. Many times a senior doesn’t want to move but, unfortunately, has to. It can be easy for them to become overwhelmed or get bogged down in emotion. That’s why it’s so important to make the move manageable for them, both logistically and emotionally. The moving experts at Cowboy Moving & Storage put together these tips, based on years of experience and expertise in moving seniors from one home to another.

1. It’s all about communication. As we age, oftentimes we don’t get to make our own decisions. A senior can feel like they aren’t being heard. That’s why it’s important to try to talk to them about their feelings about moving. Involve them with the decisions that have to be made: the day they want to move, if they want to stay with a friend until the move is over, etc.

2. Plan ahead. Get the exact measurements of their new home so you can determine in advance which possessions will be moved and which will be sold, given away or donated. Let your loved one be involved in the process. Let them walk through their new place before the move, or show them lots of photos. If their house-sized furniture is going to be too big, it could be fun to go shopping for new furniture, either online or in person.

3. Choose your mover carefully and book them in advance. Some movers, like Cowboy Moving & Storage, specialize in moving seniors. They understand that the senior will probably ask more questions and need more time to make decisions when asked. You don’t want to hire a couple of guys with a truck who treat this move like any other. Be sure to hire a reputable moving company with high ratings and book them in advance.

4. Get estimates from several moving companies. If a bid comes in much lower than the others, beware. Some shifty moving companies will lowball the job and surprise you with last minutes charges.

5. If your senior has made the moving arrangements, double check and make sure everything is in place. You don’t want to show up ready to help on moving day and find out your mom or dad forgot to mention last minute packing assistance or to confirm the moving date.

6. When you book your move, you could save your Senior money. If you can move during the week instead of the weekend, and avoid the last and first of the month, you can usually save money.

7. Help your loved one get settled after the move is over. Moving for anyone can be stressful. It can be worse for seniors, especially if they’ve lived in the same home for a long time. You’ll want to spend time unpacking and getting it set up so it feels like home—including finding the right place for sentimental belongings like photos. Some seniors can be so overwhelmed about how much needs to be done that they don’t do anything. You don’t want your loved one living among boxes. And by the way, movers like Cowboy Moving & Storage offer unpacking services to make things easier for seniors.

Talk to the Moving Experts at Cowboy Moving & Storage

If you’re moving your loved one to a maintenance free over 55 community, assisted living, senior apartment or even memory care facility, talk to Cowboy Moving & Storage in Denver. The family-owned company has been helping Coloradans move since 1968 and have more than 2,200 five-star reviews on ReviewBuzz and other online review sites. Don’t trust your loved one’s move to just any company.

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Are you moving to a condo in the Denver Tech Center? Or maybe to a new home in Broomfield? Whether you’re moving to an apartment in Greeley or a townhome in Louisville or even an office in Colorado Springs, you want to make your move as easy as possible. And we’ve all heard nightmare moving stories, right? Where a mover adds all kinds of unexpected charges, doesn’t show up on time (or at all) or the mover strangely “loses” your sofa? The Colorado moving experts at Cowboy Moving & Storage have these five tips that can prevent you from having a terrible moving experience.

#1. Do your research. There are a lot of disreputable moving companies and scam artists on the internet. Some are unlicensed and actually make their living from theft. Others are dishonest or inexperienced. Some use day laborers that haven’t been background checked. Some have old, unreliable trucks that can break down. You want to start by finding out the basic details about the moving companies you’re considering using. Find out their street address, contact information and website. If you can’t find an actual street address—beware!

#2: Find out their online reputation. Look at online review sites like Google and BBB. Look beyond the overall rating. Take the time to read the reviews. Look for positive experiences and remember, most people only take time to comment on negative ones. That said, reading both the positive and negative reviews will help you understand how the moving company does business.

#3: Ask questions. Here’s a list that any reputable mover should be able to answer easily. If they can’t, don’t consider using them.

• How does pricing work?

• What services do you offer as part of the move? Which are standard and which cost more?

• Ask about their packing services and specifically about how they pack specialty items to protect them.

• What insurance/valuation coverage do they offer? What is the claims process if an item is lost or damaged?

• Do they offer long or short term storage should you need it?

• How long will the move take?

• How many packers/movers will be in the crew? Are they background checked and vetted for drugs and alcohol? Are they employees or contractors?

• Do they offer a Certificate of Insurance to meet your apartment building or condo’s requirements?

• Are their trucks branded with the company logo? An unbranded truck is a red flag.

#4. Examine the contract/estimate. Be sure to get estimates from multiple movers and then compare them. If one is significantly lower, it should raise suspicions. If they ask for a large deposit before the move, don’t move with them. If they only accept cash payments, don’t use them. Most companies accept credit cards, cashier’s checks and cash. In home estimates should be free.

#5: Trust your gut. How did you feel about the moving company representative who came out and gave you an estimate? Were they professional? Did they treat you with respect? Were you put on hold when you called or have to deal with an irritating answering service? You should be treated well every step of the way. Trust your gut if something feels “off.”

Talk To The Moving Experts At Cowboy Moving & Storage

If you’ve got a residential or business move coming up, be sure to talk to a team member at Cowboy Moving & Storage. The company has been serving Denver and the state of Colorado since 1968. Family owned and operated, Cowboy Moving & Storage can handle any move, large or small. When you call, your call will be answered by one of our moving professionals. Every team member is drug and alcohol tested and background checked. You’ll only work with employees, most of whom have been with Cowboy Moving & Storage for more than 10 years. And Their fleet is one of the newest in the industry. You can trust your valuable possessions—and peace of mind—to Cowboy Moving & Storage

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