You decide what you want the rules to be. We make them work.
Q What can A Senior on the Move do to help me with my move?
A Just about anything that will make your move easier for you. We can suggest places you
might like to live, help you decide what to take with you, stage your current home to sell,
pack, unpack, organize your new home, and dispose of the items you have to leave behind.
Q How do we start?
A First, we'll develop a plan for your move. We'll figure out a timetable that makes sense and
then schedule the work to be done. One of the first things you can do is to start thinking
about what you'd like to take with you.
Q How do I do that?
A We'll work with you on this. The space available in your new residence will be a factor, as well as your personal preferences and comfort. We'll measure your furniture and then prepare a customized floor plan of your new residence. This will tell us a lot about what will fit!
Q I'm concerned that my new place won't feel like home to me. I like the way things are here.
A We'll do our best to make your new home feel like your current home, if you like. We can arrange pictures on the wall just as you have them now, and place other items so that it feels familiar to you.
Q What if I need to sell my current home before I move?
A A Senior on the Move can help stage your home to sell and provide helpful ideas to keep you comfortable in your home while it is for sale.
Q Who pays the moving company?
A A Senior on the Move pays the moving company. We have relationships with reputable movers that we have the utmost trust in. Just one less thing for you to have to deal with!
Q My daughter will come to town the week of the move, and wants to help? How does this work, if I hire you?
A We work as a team with you and any family members you'd like. The more your family can do, the less you will need to pay A Senior on the Move to do! We'll take our lead from you and your daughter, and do what's necessary to make sure everything gets done.
Q My mother lives in another state, and I'm thinking of bringing her here to Denver to be closer to me. I can't take off much time from work. Can you help?
A Yes! In a situation like this, we will find a senior move specialist in your area who can take care of the pre-move activities. Once the moving truck arrives here, A Senior on the Move will take over. We will work closely with the other move manager to determine which items will fit in the new residence.
Q What about her car?
A We can make arrangements for the car to be moved, sold, or donated.
Q How can I be sure that I get tax credit for items I donate to charity?
A We will provide you with an inventory, photos and a receipt for any items we donate for you.
Q Should I consider renting a storage unit for the things I can't take with me?
A We don't recommend this, unless it is just for a short period of time until the items can be taken by relatives or friends. If you store items just because you can't bear to part with them, you will be wasting your money. If you can't use it now, it's best to pass it along to someone who can. In the rare instances that it makes sense to rent storage, A Senior on the Move can help you obtain a safe and convenient storage solution.
Q How much will it cost me to find out if you can help me?
A We are happy to provide you with a complimentary no-obligation consultation.
Q How much will it cost me to use A Senior on the Moves' services?
A Each move is unique. At the time of the consultation, we'll take a look at what needs to be done and then we'll be able to answer this question. There are many factors that affect the fee: the size of your house, the volume of your belongings, the amount of participation you and/or your family is able to offer.
Q Can I talk to someone who has used A Senior on the Moves' services?
A Definitely! We will be glad to provide you with references.
Our first rule is that you make the rules. We’ll step in as much or as little as you’d like. Our intentions are to support you, minimize chaos and keep the move running smoothly.
Here are answers to the questions we get most often.