Today, blogTO released a new best of list for moving companies in Toronto. I love these lists because of their impartiality as they are reader polled. The Best Movers in Toronto list is already gaining attention as almost anything does that has to do with moving and moving company reviews. Lots of emotions fly - from good to bad.
We are a moving company that believes in value. Value in moving is what separates the great movers from the fly by night moving companies. Too often, people looking to move are shopping solely on rates. This can be dangerous but we understand why our customers want great value! Moving usually dances around other very expensive times in one's life and is just another expense along a very arduous and costly journey. While we can't offer you the best moving rates in Toronto, we can offer you advice and methods for reducing the cost of your move.
Today, Rent-a-Son introduced its new Price Match Guarantee offer. We care a lot about each and every one of our customers and want to offer incredible value. We carefully price all of our moves according to the season, demand and nature of the move. Our greatest objective as a moving company is to provide value to all of our customers.
Our partnership as an agent for northAmerican Van Lines makes us proud in so many ways. When it comes to long distance moving in Canada, northAmerican offers excellence in service, moving services and ancillary services. In addition to providing great corporate relocation, long distance moving and international moving services, we are also highly integrated into the communities that we serve.
As a mover, it always feels every year that just like the Grease song goes, Summer Moving, Happened So Fast. Moving companies go so crazy in peak season that the summer flies by and while summer moving also "had me a blast", it can also have some really tough days too! We feel as a Toronto mover that each year we need to learn just as much from our failures as from our successes.
It is that time of the year again where students make there annual migration to universities all across Canada. Some first year students are lucky enough to be living in a dormitory and don't have to worry much about movers but others, who choose to live off campus in private housing, have to find a way to move their belongings up before school begins.