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Father & Son Moving & Storage has extensive experience in relocating businesses and is well equipped to handle any type of commercial move.
We know that your move is as unique as your business or organization and we know how to make your life easier during your transition.
Let Father & Son become your "moving department": our commercial move specialists will not only give you a competitive bid for your business' commercial move, but will actually help you plan the entire move process.
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Planning Your Move
Well before the day of your move, Father & Son Moving & Storage' Commercial Move Specialist will meet with your company's move coordinator to work out the entire move process creating a move plan that includes:
Satisfactorily answering all questions you may have regarding the move.
Solving potential problems in advance.
Establishing a time table for your move.
Developing a floor plan for your new facility.
One important question to consider is how much of the packing do you want your employees to do themselves:
- For some businesses it makes more sense to have us pack their entire business from A to Z, freeing their employees to more important tasks.
- Other companies choose to have their employees pack only their own desks / work stations.
- If you decide to have your employees do some or most of the packing we will deliver the appropriate boxes and other packing materials prior to the move, according to the move plan we work out with your move coordinator.
- Our project manager can come to your business and train your employees to pack anything that can reasonably be packed by your employees.
- Father & Son Moving & Storage' project manager is there to help you decide which route is best for your business and budget.
Here are some of the steps we will take together to make your commercial move a success:
- Before the move our project manager and your move coordinator will go over your new facility's floor plan.
- Together they will assign colors to each area of your new facilities.
- We will furnish special colored labels. These are special labels designed for the moving industry: they are secure enough to stay in place while in transit but will not damage the finish of your equipment when they are removed at the end of the move.
- You / we can then attach a properly colored label to each item and in addition mark that label with a unique number.
- Now you can indicate on the new facility's floor plan where you want that item to end up at your new location.
- Prior to the day of the move, our commercial moving project manager will talk to the building management of both the building you are moving out of and the building you are moving into. We will ascertain their requirements to ensure a smooth move day.
- We will relay any damage concerns by the buildings' management by providing each of them with a certificate of insurance from our insurance company naming the building's owners as additional insured.
Father & Son Moving & Storage understands your need to minimize the interruption to your activity caused by the move and the importance of being back in operation as soon as possible.
Why Father & Son
- Quality Service at Low, Low Prices
- Courteous, Well Trained Personnel
- Weekends and Holidays at No Extra Charge
- FREE Furniture Set-up
- FREE Quilt-pad Wrapping of Furniture
My wife and I are thoroughly satisfied with the work of your employees! They displayed a job performance that was exemplary, professional, courteous, proficient, efficient and expeditious during the moving of our furniture. - Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Kansas City, MO
...what a good experience we had using your company. The three man crew, were very professional and kept things moving at a good pace. We truly appreciate their hard work and will recommend them to anyone needing movers. “Thank you for such a positive experience”. - M. Cross, North Kansas City, MO
We were very happy with the three men you sent to move us. We felt they went above and beyond even though our moving circumstances were more difficult than most. - A. Talluto, St. Louis, MO