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Relocating in or from Maryland

Out of State & Local Moves

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your rights and responsibilities are imprtant when you move.

All you need to know when moving in or from Maryland


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Check on your mover!


Movers in Maryland must comply with all the applicable consumer protection laws, but in MD there is no formal licensing system that governs in-state (local) moving services. You should know that all movers that offer interstate moving (out of state) must be licensed by the US Department of Transportation. In the state of Maryland you can contact the MMTA – Maryland Movers Conference to see if your mover is a member or if there any complaints filed against them.Inquire about the mover's reputation in the BBB (better business bureu)

but remember that a few complaints are acceptable, as long as the mover proves to make efforts to resolve

them with the customer.


Compare Estimated Costs in writing


When considering a moving company to perform your move always ask them to provide a visual estimate – to have a rep. come to your home and inspect your goods and other conditions which may affect the cost. You should always request an estimate in writing from at least 2-3 moving companies to compare. Evaluate the weight and volume of the items, demand to know how the belongings will be packed: by plastic wrap or boxes and what is the cost. Don’t make a decision based on the price alone – low estimates aren’t always the best deal.

Additional charges for packing & Storage

Moving companies may provide additional services such as packing of certain fragile items like mirrors, piano or china. Make a decision ahead of time what items you need packed and if these are other extra services you’ll need like reassembly and disassembly of furniture or storing your items in a storage facility while you wait for your new home.

Compensation for damages or loss

It’s important to fully understand the amount of compensation or ‘valuation’ offered by the mover in case your goods are lost or damaged. The amount of the valuation is the actual compensation amount you’ll receive from the mover and it’s not to be confused with insurance which is provided by a 3rd party.

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