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We collect the following information about you:
|Category of information||Specific piece of information|
|Identifying information||Postal / Shipping address|
|Identifying information||Billing address|
|Identifying information||Phone number|
|Identifying information||IP address|
|Identifying information||Email address|
|Identifying information||User provided information about their move.|
|Commercial information||Records of personal property|
|Internet or other electronic activity||Browsing history|
|Internet or other electronic activity||Search history|
|Internet or other electronic activity||Information regarding your interaction with our website or application|
|Internet or other electronic activity||Information regarding your interactions with advertisements|
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Different types of flooring call for different kinds of protection. When protecting floors in the home, the goal is to create pathways in which you use to walk on, roll dollies on, move furniture etc. Door jambs can be protected in a few different ways depending on what you have and the possibilities of damage.
Bubble wrap and plastic sheeting are two of the best tools at your disposal when it comes to safely moving your furniture. Use bubble wrap to protect delicate wood pieces. Plastic wrap or specially designed plastic sofa covers should be used to protect your upholstered items.
We always cherish our relationship with our clients. For us our customers are our priority and we serve them with utmost delight and professionalism.
Better training means better processes. Tasks can be performed much faster if employees know what they’re doing and the quality of work will also improve. Mistakes are far less likely to occur if individuals have the best training for the job that they do.