Choosing a mover takes work these days. How do you weed out the good movers from the bad? This blog will provide tips on how to find the right long-distance mover in Winnipeg.

National Coverage

If you are moving to Winnipeg from another city or province, ensure the moving company you hire does not subcontract their moves to someone else. Make sure they have the proper equipment, licenses, and insurance. Most professional movers in Canada belong to an older, established, and well-known van line.

Rogue Movers

When you are moving long-distance to or from Winnipeg, take the time to check out potential movers. Why? Rogue movers advertise that they are national and have slick websites and ads. Check their Google reviews, Better Business Bureau rating, and if they are a member of the Canadian Association of Movers.

Choosing a Moving Company in Winnipeg

Only qualified movers who abide by a professional code of conduct belong to the Canadian Association of Movers. Members are pre-screened to ensure they have trucks, licenses, and warehouses to service your move. In addition, the Association also has a list of rogue movers on their website with links to media stories about them.

Movers Facility

Finally, take the time to drive by the mover’s facility. If you see trucks, equipment, a warehouse, and an office, that is a good sign that they are a professional mover. If not, it may be a flag that it is a rogue mover.

You are entrusting everything you own to a mover. Take the time to find the right long-distance mover in Winnipeg.

More Information

If you would like more information and to arrange a no-obligation moving quote, you can contact Premiere Van Lines toll-free at 1-877-671-6683. Premiere has twelve locations across Canada, including Winnipeg, and is also a member of Atlas Van Lines and the Canadian Association of Movers.