Death of the Testimonial | Can HomeStars Be Trusted?

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Is the testimonial dead? You know the ones – from sites that urge you to “read reviews and write reviews.” There was a time when a testimonial was a valuable addition to a company profile: a laudatory acknowledgment of a company’s superior performance in their particular field. Today there are many sites dedicated to the seemingly objective review of a company and its services, but has a good idea in principle, gone badly in practice?

I was recently contacted by a representative of one of these sites and informed that our company was in the running for the coveted title …
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What You Didn’t Know About Trucks

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“‘So what size trucks do you have?” It is probably the second most common question from a customer behind “How much do you charge per hour?” But unlike the dollar figure per hour question, truck size as it relates to furniture moving, is a largely misunderstood question. When you look at a truck with a box on the back, there are a couple of important things to understand.

A common reference to a one, three or five ton truck is misleading. Let me explain; the weight of an empty truck on a scale is called the Tare weight. If you …
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Is Three a Crowd?

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Hiring a moving company is a daunting process with a multitude of choices. Each company highlights what they believe a customer is looking for; some draw attention to their price, others to their service. Inherent within the price and service consideration is the element of manpower: how many men does your job require? Generally an apartment move requires two men and a truck. However, recently I have seen advertisements which promote three men as standard instead of two. How can you assess the needs of your move?

There are several circumstances under which you can benefit from a third man. …
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