Contact Nationwide to receive a estimate. This assures you'll receive the most accurate price for planning.
Your sales representative will also email you with a booklet called "Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move." It provides important information consumers must have prior to the move and will help with your planning process.
Nationwide team will arrive one to two days prior to the actual move day and will use the industry's best packing materials to protect your belongings (depends on size of move).
On moving day the Foreman will inventory all items to be included in your move and provide you an inventory form for your signature. Carefully review this document, along with your other paperwork. Once signed, the loading process will begin.
Consumer tip: Separate all items being packed for the move from those being transported by you to prevent any confusion during loading.
You will also receive a phone call within 24-hours of your delivery as a final confirmation. Be sure to provide the driver with your contact information during travel to your new residence.
Please be at your residence to meet the driver, who will typically wait up to two hours for your arrival. Should you fail to arrive in that time, additional waiting time charges could occur for the van operator to remain at residence until you arrive or he/she may deliver and store your belongings in a storage.
The van operator will require payment at your new residence. Acceptable forms of payments are: cash, certified check, A credit card may be used when arranged in advance.
Once unloaded, the driver will request your signature on all delivery documents. In the event of any loss or damage, please note the items involved on the inventory form prior to signing.
Consumer tip: Drivers are required to assemble bed frames and unpack mattress cartons to setup all beds. If additional services are needed, please notify nationwide agent..