Online reviews can be a powerful selling tool for movers in Vancouver, they can also be misleading, exaggerated and downright disengenuous. Every consumer has different expectations of their mover, by understanding your needs you can better interpret and compare reviews … Continue Reading
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Over the course of the past decade we’ve had many occasions to interact with parking enforcement officers in Vancouver, with a variety of results.
When you … Continue Reading
I like Yelp. When they started to gain traction and popularity in Vancouver I thought there was an opportunity for consumers to have a genuine alternative to the disingenuous competition as it relates to my industry. However as time passes … Continue Reading
Common sense is not so common.
What do magazines, rocks and paint cans have in common? They’re often used by Vancouver movers to prop doors open. Now I know what you think -”What does a door stop have to … Continue Reading
Get your milk, I’m serving up dry toast.
Movers in Vancouver often advertise themselves as “Licensed – Bonded – Insured.” You may be surprised to learn that “Bonded” doesn’t mean what you think.
Broadly speaking a bond is a form … Continue Reading
I saw this paid link recently on Google AdWords. What caught my eye wasn’t the Better Business Bureau (B.B.B.) paying … Continue Reading
I am not a doctor nor do I play one on TV, this is not medical advice.
Residential furniture moving is a nasty sort of business, especially on the back. Extreme weight and uneven loads (think sofa bed coming down … Continue Reading
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What would you do if your 12 pack of beer had only ten bottles? If you are like most people you would bring it to management and expect a … Continue Reading