There’s no question about it – moving is complicated! Let RRM Moving and delivery make your job simpler to relieve some of your stress over the coming weeks and months. When you move to a local, long distance or overseas destination, the packing and loading of your belongings is only the final step. First, you must determine a moving date, a moving company, which services to switch over and what documentation to complete.  Let RRM Moving and delivery ease the planning process for you with our convenient online moving resources



Moving may be complex,but at RRM Moving and delivery, we strive to make the process as simple and stress-free as possible. Whether you’re handling some of the stages of your move yourself or you’re relying entirely on your movers, there are some things you should know to better prepare for the big day. The relocation process is outlined in our moving guide below:

  • Preparation:
    After you request an in-home estimate from our movers, your personal Relocation Consultant will arrive for your appointment. He or she will note the items you need packed and moved and will advise you on our services. From there, your Relocation Consultant will help work out the details of your move and provide a free estimate.
  • Packing:
    You can choose to pack yourself or RRM Moving can assist with full-service or partial packing, according to your wishes. We will create a detailed inventory of all your items before we load them onto our trucks, tagging each box or carton for easy retrieval later.
  • Inventory:
    Once your items are packed and tagged, we will prepare an Inventory & Condition report for you to sign describing the condition of every item prior to moving. We will also ask you to sign a Bill of Lading, which authorizes Allied Van Lines to transport your items (during long-distance and international moves) and receive your payment.
  • Delivery:
    Your driver and Move Coordinator will remain in close contact with you until delivery is complete. We request that you be present to see that all belongings are delivered safely, and to pay before we unload our trucks. Most movers accept cashier’s and traveler’s checks, money order, and credit cards. Personal checks are not accepted.
  • Unpacking:
    You can choose to unpack yourself, or RRM Moving and delivery can unpack your items for you.



At RRM Moving and delivery, our number one goal is simplifying your busy move as much as possible. Some moving tips to keep in mind as the day of your relocation approaches include:

  • Keep in mind that May through September are the busiest months for moving, as well as the beginning and end of each month. When moving during these times, flexibility and scheduling ahead may be necessary.
  • Ask family and friends for referrals, or search for qualified movers online. Be sure to verify each company you consider with the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Begin planning your move and organizing your items as soon as possible. It may be necessary to downsize and declutter. Donations and garage sales are great ways to dispose of excess items you won’t need after your move.
  • Contact your movers at least 4-6 weeks in advance to get your desired moving date.
  • When your Relocation Consultant arrives to complete your in-home estimate, make sure you point out any less visible items (this will result in a more accurate estimate, as costs are calculated by weight).
  • Close your old bank accounts and open new ones in your new town. Be sure to request a change-of-address kit from your bank or go to Arrange for your utilities to be shut off.

There are some items that RRM Moving and delivery Moving can’t move for you. These include:

  • Aerosol Cans
  • Flammable and Combustible Items
  • Gasoline
  • Plants
  • Paints
  • Ammunition and Explosives
  • Jewelry
  • Legal Documents
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