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For Vancouver Movers The busy summer moving season is now upon us.

Finding a mover for the end of the month is challenging.  We recommend that if you are moving soon, to call your moving company several weeks if not months ahead of time to book your move.

Summer moving in Vancouver is always the busiest season of the year mainly because no one wants to be moving their household or office in mid winter. Along with you move  choosing the best Vancouver movers is can be frustrating but with the guidelines posted by Vancouver moving specialist Priority 1 Moving you can find the information you need to make a great decision you can find that information at www.thevancouvermovers.ca/what-to-ask-local-movers

If you are able to, try to move prior to the last day of the month you will be way ahead of the time constraints that Vancouver movers face in getting your move done.  This way your Vancouver movers have the ability to meet your timeline and date of move fast and efficiently.

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One thing to keep in mind for your summer move even large companies get slammed with moving request during the summer months and planning ahead is your priority 1 and even moving supplies like boxes tape and green plastic bins can become scarce if you wait until the last minute.

The main thing for anyone planning a move is to contact your local movers as soon as you know the dates of your move and as far in advance as possible. We have office moves scheduled as much as a year in advance because corporations know this information way ahead of the time it actually comes to moving. but for the individuals when you start your house hunting or your apartment search that is the time for you to contact your Vancouver movers to schedule you local move.

Giving a general time frame and checking availability will put you ahead in securing a Vancouver mover

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“I Don’t Have Much Stuff, Really”

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Ever used movers in the past that said they could do a move in X number of hours but it ends up being X + Y number of hours?  It could possibly be that the moving company chose to under quote in order to get the sale.  However, on the flip side the customer could have under estimated the amount of stuff they have.

Many a times a customer would say “I don’t have that much stuff.”  Problem with this statement is that it is subjective and begs the question  “ Compared to what?”  Don’t be shocked at the outcome.  Ask our sales representative to come do a no obligation written estimate that you can hold us to!

Taxes, Taxes, Taxes

The new HST will be implemented in BC starting tomorrow.  There are arguments for and against the new taxation system.  One thing for certain though, consumers will feel the initial pinch before they feel the benefits.

For most small businesses, the HST theoretically will help as the input tax credit has now been raised.  However, businesses will tie up capital for months and may not pass on savings until there is a clear track record and greater incentive to do so.

Likewise for consumers who may be eligible for tax credits, they may wish to hold off or scale down on purchases, as they do not wish to tie up cash for months.

In all likelihood, business activity will probably drop for the first few months as consumers scale back on previously PST exempt goods and services until it becomes more clear that the HST is a benefit to both consumers and businesses alike.

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