When you’re moving out of your old house, it can be a huge relief to know that there’s someone who will help you with the heavy lifting. But when you don’t have any friends or family members nearby to lend a hand, how do you ask for help? Moving day is stressful enough without worrying about how to get everything into the new place. Here are some tips on asking A Friend With a Truck Movers for assistance!
Tip number one:
-Pick a time when they’re not busy. It’s best to use common sense with this one: if your friend is already occupied, you should ask them for help later on in the week or month after their schedule has cleared up.
-Make sure that it’ll be worth their while! Since helping out can take hours of work and transportation costs are often involved as well, make certain that this person will get something out of it too (maybe some pizza and beer during break?). -Stay patient! Sometimes asking friends for favors feels like pulling teeth–sometimes people just need a little more time to think about what it would mean to commit. Be understanding about how hard saying “yes” could feel from the other side.
Tip number two:: always ask around!
A lot of people often forget to ask their friends for help because they assume that everyone’s already busy. But really, that couldn’t be further from the truth–friends can have a truck and still not be too busy to help out with moving day! So don’t hesitate before asking someone who might not seem like an obvious choice: there are plenty more where they came from.
Tip number three: make sure you’re in it together!
When you’ve got somebody else on board for helping, your task list suddenly becomes easier to tackle: both hands free means twice as many boxes can be carried at once, or two trips could become one (saving gas money!). If you feel embarrassed about asking them, you should not really worry too much about that.