The major similarity between senior movers and regular movers is that they are both in the business of helping people move their belongings from one location to another. They share some other similarities in the way they do their work, but one does not do their work exactly the same way as the other.
The following are the different ways senior movers are different from regular movers:
1. SENIOR MOVERS ARE FOR THE ELDERLY
As we get older, we lose our strength, endurance, stamina, and some people lose the ability to easily remember things; also, our children move away to start their own families. These life changes make it very difficult for the elderly to plan a move, pack their belongings, and move their belongings. It also makes it impossible for the elderly to get the help of people for relocation purposes because, unlike the younger years when people can easily get the help of their friends and the help of their children, the older years are years where friends will also be old and children will no longer be around.
Senior movers are like lifesavers to the elderly who want to relocate to a new home. They help the elderly do everything involved in relocation, thereby making their relocation a pleasant experience and absolutely stress-free.
On the other hand, regular movers only provide specific moving services and they are not known for helping the elderly relocate to a new home.
2. THEY UNPACK AND ARRANGE BELONGINGS AT THE NEW HOME
Senior movers are very patient people. They not only help the elderly pack their belongings and move them, but they also help them unpack and arrange their furniture before they leave. They make beds, hang furniture, hang curtains, connect phones, set up the kitchen, fix lamps, connect electronic gadgets, etc. In other words, senior movers stay with their client until their clients feel satisfied in their new home before they take their leave.
3. SENIOR MOVERS VISIT THEIR CLIENT AT THEIR HOME
The elderly are people who long have the energy or strength to move around as young people do. For this reason, senior movers visit them in their homes to help them plan their relocation; to explain how the relocation will go; to give them estimates, and to help them in sorting and downsizing.
4. THEY ARE MORE CAREFUL AND PATIENT
Some or most of the belongings of the elderly are the things they acquired in the course of their life, which makes them irreplaceable and very dear to them. Regular movers offer insurance for damaged properties, which is Ok for younger people, but this would not be acceptable for the elderly. Therefore, it is important that their belongings be moved without any loss or the slightest damage; this can only be done by people who are very patient and careful. Patience and utmost cautiousness are the top qualities of senior movers, which make them the only people that can help the elderly relocate to a new home.