In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and being deemed “essential business” by the governor of the state of Florida, we want to assure you, our loyal customers, that Pro Movers Miami has, and always will,put the safety of our team and that of our customers first and foremost. We are committed to following all best practices and guidelines for sanitation and for cleanliness, and are taking all of the necessary precautions as we proceed to service your move. To that end, extensive measures are being taken wherever possible to combat the spread of this virus, while still being safe and efficient as we continue to provide you with the first-class, five star moving experience that you have come to expect of us. Here are some of the proactive measures we’ve implemented and will continue to implement:

  • All estimates are being provided over the phone, virtually, on-line or via email until further notice.
  • Pre-move wellness checks for both our customers and our crew members, where all will be asked to advise us if you feel ill or suspect exposure to the virus. For our movers it would be mandatory that they stay home, and for our customers, moving services can be rescheduled, postponed or cancelled to mitigate risk, should that be necessary.
  • Our crews are equipped with gloves, disinfectant sprays/wipes and hand sanitizer for your protection and theirs.
  • We have put into effect social distancing measures, and although we have always valued the professionalism and respect that comes along with a good introductory handshake and a departing thank you, we ask for your understanding that for the safety and well-being of everyone, there’ll be no handshake or touching of any kind.
  • Upon arrival, our crew will still introduce themselves, walk through the home with appropriate social distance, begin to protect the home with all safeguards like floor runners, and door jams (as they always do), but in addition we ask you now (with all due respect), to please give them the appropriate space they need to safely and efficiently service your move and allow them space to do their job.
  • When available and appropriate, open doorways and windows to increase air circulation and ventilation.
  • We are also taking measures to sanitize the cabs and boxes of our trucks, as well as all blankets, pads, tools and equipment after each and every move to reduce any risk of cross-contamination.
  • It is our hope and our expectation that you will take the same precautionary measures that we are taking, and that will also sanitize and wipe down any and all exposed surfaces and furniture prior to our arrival. Anything that you can do to help keep our working conditions safe and sanitary for our men, is equally appreciated.
  • Owners / office staff will be working around the clock from home with complete access for our team and our customers via phone, email and text.

Again, thank you for choosing Pro Movers Miami, it is our sincere pleasure to serve you. Our Promise to you, and no matter what circumstances, is to continue to deliver the 5 stars moving service that our customers depend on. Should you need to reach us directly, please feel free, Text is always the quickest, and we are literally her for you 24/7.

Thank you, be well and stay healthy!

What will professional movers refuse to move?

When talking about the moving process, the best advice is to always work with a professional moving company, such as Promovers Miami. This is the easiest way as you will not damage any of your belongings. Additionally, professional movers know all the tips and tricks of the trade and they will make the move happen as quickly as it is possible. However, there are some things that professional movers refuse to move. Here is a short article about those things, to help you prevent any last-minute deals and inconvenience.

Professional movers refuse to move perishable items
You should clean out any perishable food items before the move because professional movers will refuse to move them.

The first thing professional movers refuse to move is food

The reason for this is that the movers will not be able to keep the perishable items cold during the move. You can always pack all of your food in a large cooler and drive it to your new home yourself. However, the easiest option is to start cleaning out your fridge a week or two before the move. Another thing worth mentioning is that this applies only to perishable items, and residential movers Miami will gladly move any un-perishable food items. This applies to anything canned, rice, pasta, so basically your whole pantry.

Plants and greenery

If you are planning an interstate move, you will need to check if your long distance movers Miami have the permit to move your plants to a new state. The shipment of nursery and greenhouse stock is highly regulated and monitored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to minimize the spread of harmful insects, diseases, and other pests. So, before packing up your plants, you should check the State Plant Regulatory Official.

Scuba gear
Moving companies will usually refuse to move scuba tanks because of the risk of explosion.

Scuba gear

If you are looking to move to a coastal place with Coral Springs moving company, you should check if your scuba gear will pose a problem. A lot of moving companies refuse to transport scuba gear. So, you will need to think ahead to complete the transportation of your belongings. The reason why scuba gear poses a threat to the transport of your belongings is that it is filled with highly pressurized oxygen, and pressurized air can explode. So, you better plan another way of transport for your scuba tanks.

Precious belongings

Most moving companies will always stress out that you should move your precious belongings such as family heirlooms by yourself. The reason is that there is a lot of motion in the moving truck. That means there is always a slight possibility of your belongings being damaged. Usually, this poses no problem because any reputable firm will always give liability insurance. This way, if anything gets damaged, you will get the exact value of the item back. However, this does not work with things that have sentimental value or family heirlooms, as with these items you risk getting a small amount of money for something that is priceless to you.