The average person moves about 10 times during their lifetime. With each move there is potential for items to get damaged, lost or stolen. An inventory of your belongings is a valuable document to have just in case, whether you do the packing yourself or not.
If you can afford the packing and inventory costs, this may be your preferred option, but be sure to familiarize yourself with industry codes that are suppose to record every scratch, nick, dent and more.
Having Your Own Inventory
If your are packing yourself, having your own inventory is a great way to protect yourself against items be damaged, getting lost or stolen. Having a single, up-to-date inventory will protect you and save you money move after move.
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Without an inventory, you may only discover weeks or even months later that something you once had is nowhere to be found. Your chance of recovering any compensation from the mover at that point is likely lost.
Contact SafeList today to learn more about how your personal inventory can protect you while moving and in so many other ways.