choosing a phoenix moving company
for your big move

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    Licensed & Insured

    Our Phoenix movers are licensed and insured, making us the most qualified giving you the most efficient and trustworthy moving services in the Valley.

    Fast & Affordable

    A Wise Move, Inc. offers quick, time efficient moving services that can easily fit your tight budget. Contact our Phoenix movers today!

    Local & Long distance

    We have both long distance and local movers who can help you with a variety of cost effective moving options to choose from.

    You’re on your way to a
    New Home

    A Wise Move, Inc. knows how stressful a move can be, which is why we employ a team of trustworthy, efficient movers to help give you a fast, affordable residential move in Phoenix. Contact us today for a free, in-home estimate.

    The Moving Process


    Request Bids On Your Move
    And Schedule Your Movers


    Prepare Your Home
    For Moving & Packing


    Final Packing Day
    Of The Move


    Directing Furniture
    Into The Correct Spots


    Unpacking & Enjoying
    your New Home

    “What about pricing?
    How will I be charged for my move?”

    Our pricing for residential moves is based on five elements: movers, trucks, materials, travel time, and valuation/insurance. All of these come with their own stipulations and are dependent upon the specific situation. We will always give you top quality service during your commercial move, instilled with safety, security, and skill. Contact us today to find out more about our pricing options.

    Rates
    ESTIMATE INFO
    ESTIMATE FORM
    INSURANCE

    WE OFFER YOU THIS SUGGESTION

    We recommend that you don’t rent that truck – and don’t rely on help from your friends and neighbors. Even if you’re only moving across the street, you need skill, safety and security. We have several options to fit YOUR needs! Our #1 priority is making sure you and your stuff are happy and fully intact. Put the experienced moving professionals at A Wise Move to work for you. We’ll give you top-quality service – and we’ll give you peace of mind. We’ve been moving people and families just like you for years (testimonials). People who have become our biggest fans – and our best advertisers.

    What To Expect

    That’s probably the #1 question on most people’s minds!

    Local Movers pricing is determined, based on five elements: movers, trucks, materials, travel time, and valuation/insurance.

    • 5 dozen clean moving blankets
    • Shrink wrap
    • 2 and 4 wheel dollies
    • Tools
    • Soft tie down straps
    • Wardrobe boxes

    Moving Options

    Have us do it all

    Have us do it all

    We’ll bring the proper boxes for all your items, do your packing the day prior to your move. Moving day, we will disassemble and wrap all your furniture items, transport and set it all back up for you. Unpacking is also available.

    Our Most Common

    You pack everything in boxes, we will come and move your packed boxes and furniture. We disassemble and reassemble all the furniture for you. Beds, tables, entertainment centers. Everything gets wrapped in blankets and shrink wrap. We will bring 2 wardrobe boxes to use during the move.

    Only The Big Items

    You’ve moved all your items that your able to do on your own, but want to hire us for all the large pieces of furniture. No problem, we have you covered.

    Rates

    2 man crew and
    26 foot truck

    $75

    PER HOUR

    Plus Trip Charge

    3 man crew and
    26 foot truck

    $89

    PER HOUR

    Plus Trip Charge

    4 man crew and
    2-26 foot truck

    $129

    PER HOUR

    Plus Trip Charge

    *TRIP CHARGE: The trip charge is a one-time fee which is the same as the hourly rate for local moves. It covers the time to get our crew to and from the move. It also covers the entire fuel expense. For moves out of the Phoenix metro area, contact us for the trip charge rate.

    5% OFF YOUR FIRST MOVE!

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    BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU RECORD

    Check with the Better Business Bureau if the moving company has more than a few unresolved complains filed against them. Local Better Business Bureau offices keep records on companies registered in the state. Moving company that has more then few unresolved complaints should be avoided.

    Remember – even responsible moving companies may have a few complaints, because the more moves they handle the higher is the chance something will go wrong. But their record with the Better Business Bureau should show that they have a satisfactory rating and that they respond to and resolve complaints.

    Ask if the company is a member of the state moving and storage association in the state in which they are based or a member of the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA). A reputable company should be a member of one or the other.

    We are proud members of both.

    SALES PERSONNEL

    A universal advice: never listen to sales personnel who tell stories. A high-quality moving company with a good reputation doesn’t need to knock the competition, or to criticize other moving companies in an attempt to make itself look better.Be wary of high-pressure tactics from telemarketers. This could be a ploy simply to get a sales person into your home to give you an estimate. Be careful, do research and decide who to invite into your home, based on references. Always remember that the price of the moving estimate should never be the deciding factor. The reputation of the moving company goes a long way.

    Also, if you would like an in home estimate, and the moving company is not willing to come out for free, hang up and find another mover.

    In addition, you should be able to meet or talk to the owner of the company. If you can talk to the owner of the business, even if only by phone, you will be able to develop a feeling of confidence that he is experienced and capable enough to assure a professional move.

    We are proud members of both.

    Place of business

    When choosing a mover make sure their place of business actually exists. Beware of companies who provide no business address on their website, business documents, or a company that is hesitant to provide you with their physical business address. It is important that you know where to track the company down if you have a problem.

    Consider visiting the moving company’s office before you make your final choice. You can learn a lot about how your shipment will be treated by visiting the company.

    It is very important to make sure that they have their own trucks and the employees for them, many movers subcontract the moves and the quality can never be assured. Make sure they are not a broker.

    Residential address

    A few movers operate legitimately from a residential address. The important thing is that he actually is located there and not using a fictitious address to make you think he is.

    Yellow Pages

    Another thing worth checking is if the moving company was listed in last year’s Yellow Pages. You would expect a legitimate new company not to be listed there. But as a matter of precaution, keep in mind that some moving companies had their DOT license revoked. Those companies might try to operate under a new name or the name of another licensed mover.

    Internet Listing

    the process is a little different. Of course, you can simply search for “movers.” But be a little careful. A company with one truck can look as impressive on the web as a national carrier with fleets of trailers. While you’re on a mover’s website, look for testimonials, a list of clients, and any other information about their experience and credentials.When choosing a mover make sure their place of business actually exists. Beware of companies who provide no business address on their website, business documents, or a company that is hesitant to provide you with their physical business address. It is important that you know where to track the company down if you have a problem.

    Consider visiting the moving company’s office before you make your final choice. You can learn a lot about how your shipment will be treated by visiting the company.

    It is very important to make sure that they have their own trucks and the employees for them, many movers subcontract the moves and the quality can never be assured. Make sure they are not a broker.

    Important documents

    An “Order for Service” signed by your mover.
    The Order for Service protects you by spelling out the agreement between you and your mover regarding the dates the shipment will be loaded and delivered, the estimated cost, and (if you are moving to a different state) the fact that the mover can only collect 110% of the estimate at the time of delivery.

    A written estimate with an itemized breakdown of all charges that makes up the estimate for your moving cost.
    Prior to the move date, insist on an in-home visual inspection of the goods you are moving. Accurate estimates can seldom be provided over the telephone. Remember: estimates given over the phone in most cases will be lower then the actual cost of your move.

    t all starts with a phone call or an inquiry online. Our estimators are trained and certified. They are available 7 days a week to help you determine your needs – at no cost or obligation to you. And they will also assist you with any problems that arise before, during and after your move. You are not alone in this process. We are with you – every step of the way.

    If you are moving interstate, you should read and understand all of the information you will receive. Don’t hesitate to ask questions. In addition to brochures explaining their various services, moving companies should give you a copy of a consumer booklet entitled Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move and information regarding the mover’s participation in a Dispute Settlement Program. In addition, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) mandates distribution of the consumer booklet, as well as the requirement that movers offer shippers neutral arbitration as a means of settling disputes that may arise concerning loss or damage on household goods shipments.

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    phoenix, AZ 85051

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