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Shift into Sherlock Holmes Mode for Your Move

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When a Fullerton moving company transports personal belongings to a new home, we routinely make a point of ensuring that everything we deliver is in good order before we leave. This requires opening our eyes and conducting a thorough inspection of the premises. Rest assured, conscientious Fullerton moving companies such as Executive Moving Systems won’t set one foot off the property unless we’re sure everything is perfect. 

As with Fullerton movers, people relocating to a new home should be just as finicky and fussy. Basically, you’ll need to shift into Sherlock Holmes home, mercilessly scanning every corner and crevice of your house with an eagle eye.  

Be especially alert for household damage, particularly the kind caused by water leaks. Even if no signs of leakage appear on your radar, there’s still a possibility that undetected water is escaping from pipes and fixtures. 

One fool-proof way to know for sure is the meter test. This is quite simple, actually. If you have access to your water meter, just take readings at a specified time. Then don’t use any water for several hours. Check the readings again at the end of the two-hour period. If the readings indicate water usage, it’s a safe bet you have leaks. Which means either you or a repair service better fix the problem. Or you could be facing serious water damage, not to mention higher future water bills. 

If you have questions about conducting an inspection when moving to a new home, be sure to reach out to Executive Moving Systems. A leading Fullerton moving company, we provide prompt, dependable service no matter how big the job. When you need reliable Orange County movers, you can count on Executive Moving Systems to get it there safe and sound.