Princeton Insured Interstate Movers, Binding Vs Non-Binding Quotes Guide Launch

Photo of author has released a new guide explaining the difference between the three types of estimates for long-distance and interstate moves in the Princeton, New Jersey area.

The recently published guide is intended to educate Princeton residents planning either a local or interstate relocation on the terminology used by moving companies to help them ensure a smooth moving process for their families.

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In particular,’s latest online resource reveals the difference between binding, binding not-to-exceed, and non-binding pricing and explains the advantages and disadvantages of using the services of professional movers offering each particular estimate. The specialist also highlights the importance of taking advantage of in-house estimates to allow clients to make the right decision that fits within their budget.

“Allowing the movers to come to your home and survey your belongings in person gives them a true sense of what the move requires and the shipment size, so they can provide you with the most accurate estimate possible,” says. explains that binding estimates remain unchanged during a move, even if a shipment turns out to be heavier than initially estimated. That means that the moving company is not allowed to impose any additional charges without informing the client first. A non-binding quote, on the other hand, is usually received over the phone at no cost and often differs from the actual price of the move on the day of the relocation. While it is the most frequently used pricing mechanism by movers, it makes a client prone to scams, since the initially provided price might turn out to be significantly lower, the expert notes. As such, advises Princeton individuals to always ask for an in-home assessment before embarking on their move.

“Another benefit of receiving in-house estimates is meeting the movers in person prior to your move. This is extremely useful because it allows you to gauge certain aspects of their company that you wouldn’t be able to simply by speaking with a sales agent over the phone,” the specialists add. recommends a binding not-to-exceed estimate as the most favorable tariff they can use when making an interstate or long-distance move. With a binding not-to-exceed estimate, a client won’t have to pay any extra charges and cover only the initial sum quoted even if a shipment’s weight is higher than the original estimate.

In the guide, the moving specialists also share some important questions individuals should ask potential movers when coming to their homes to assess their belongings in a drive to help them ensure they are hiring a reliable moving company.

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