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“To know how to treat your movers and packers, kindly read this article now”.

If you are moving sometime soon, then I am pretty sure that you have a plan ready. You must contact the best movers and packers, complete all the pending paperwork and do your research about the new town.

Now once you have done all these, you need to learn some moving etiquettes as well. Apart from getting the list of items that a packing and moving company in Arlington doesn’t move, you should also know how to treat the providers of DFW packing and moving right. You see they do a lot of hard work out in the rain and sun. It is a daunting activity and thus, you should treat them well.

A packing and moving company in Dallas plays a huge role in ensuring that your relocation is a seamless one. If you hire bad movers, everything can be spoiled and you might end up with a lot of damage and financial loss.

So how to treat the movers well?

By offering them a tip at the end of their work. However, make sure that the entire amount gets evenly distributed amongst them.

You should also turn the air conditioner or heater on when they are working. It depends on how harsh the weather condition is.

You should also write a good review about them online if they have impressed you with their services. If they have been responsive and punctual, you should include the points as well in your testimonial.

When can you skip tipping the Fort Worth packing providers?

If the movers are rude, then you can skip tipping them.

You can also ditch it if they drag the furniture against the floor or drop them, damage your belongings, handle the appliances in a rough way, etc. If they mishandle your items or just pack them in the wrong boxes, they do not deserve an additional amount. You should only give when they have put in their 100%!

If they do not use sufficient padding or just laces random items in random boxes, then think twice before giving them a tip. Do they deserve it?

How much should you tip?

This is also a very common question that I get from people.

I would say a 15 to 20% is perfect. But it all depends on you. If you have a feasible budget and you are really impressed, go ahead and give 25%.

Be a little generous if the environmental conditions or the physical conditions are tough. Some of the instances are lack of elevator, rough stairs, narrow hallways, narrow passages, etc. You must consider all these factors before deciding on the tip.

If the temperature outside is freezing, be a little kind and offer hot beverages.

If you have specialty items, such as piano and pool table, and if moving them was hard, then think again. You can also provide lunch if you have asked them to do the work during lunchtime.

If it is hot, offer a cooler with water and cold drinks.

If the new house is small and packed with items, think twice and be generous. Every move is different.

To choose the best packing and moving company in Dallas, read my next article.

Author Bio: Jeff, a blogger on packing and moving company in DFW, writes on how to treat your movers in the right way. To choose the best packing and moving company in Arlington and Fort Worth, read his blogs and articles.

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