How Can Dealing with Culture Shock Impact Long Distance Moves?
Moving internationally can be an exciting adventure, but dealing with culture shock while moving internationally can have a significant impact. Adjusting to a new country's customs, language, and lifestyle can be overwhelming, affecting both your mental and emotional well-being. By seeking support, connecting with locals, and being open-minded, you can navigate this challenge and adapt smoothly to your new environment.
Extra Services For Long Distance Moves
Moving to a new home can be very simple. However, some moves require special services, also referred to as accessorial services within the moving industry.
Extra services could include:
Packing/unpacking – professional packers pack and unpack your belongings.
Bulky items – Pianos, pool tables, motorcycles, etc. are considered bulky items. They are heavy and hard to maneuver.
Expedited service – Receiving delivery on a guaranteed date.
Stairs – Flight charge is common above a certain number of stairs. Check with your moving company.
Elevator – Elevator charges are common in the city. More time is spent loading and unloading an elevator when done more than once.
Long carry - If your items need to be carried above a certain distance from the moving truck to delivery location.
Shuttle service – If a large moving truck cannot park by your home, a smaller shuttle truck will need to be used.
Other moving services
Extra services are charged at an additional cost, on top of the estimate provided from your moving company. Before the movers pick up your items, you might have already arranged extra services; therefore they will already be included in your estimate. In some situations, extra services are necessary without prior knowledge, due to unforeseen circumstances. Knowing what the extra services mean will help you better understand what you are being charged for.