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Crocs Movers

4808 SE Salvatori Rd, Stuart, FL 34997
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Business Description

Based in Stuart, Crocs Movers serves clients in the Port St. Lucie metro. It handles local and out-of-state moving and assists individuals with loading and unloading. The company also provides packing and unpacking solutions. It has experience handling various items, from pool tables to grand pianos. Other services include housekeeping. The staff at Crocs Movers have at least three years of experience in the logistics industry, and they provide consumers with moving tips through the company's social media pages.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I prepare my cats for a move?

It's recommended that before moving day, you start to get your cat comfortable with their carrier so that they tolerate the travel time. Before they arrive at their new home, put out their food and water, litter box, and bed to keep them comfortable around objects that are familiar to them.

What kind of moving estimate should I look for?

There are three types of moving estimates.

  • A binding estimate, the price you're quoted will be the price you pay.
  • A non-binding estimate may increase or decrease based on the final weight of the move.
  • A binding-not-to-exceed estimate puts a cap on the total cost of the move, regardless of the weight.
Many people like the transparency of a binding estimate, but unlike a non-binding or binding-not-to-exceed estimate, there's no chance of paying less for a lower-than-estimated weight.

What should I do with plants when moving?

While some local moving companies may agree to move plants, it's not something that most movers — especially interstate — will do because of regulatory concerns. It's recommended that you find a secure place, like your own vehicle, and transport them yourself.

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