Antique Movers|Antique Moving Services in South Florida

Antique Movers

Family heirlooms and expensive antiques need special attention when it comes to moving. Being family-owned and operated, Cousins USA Moving & Storage is a trusted antique mover in South Florida, and we are prepared to treat your move as if it were our own. With nearly 20 years of experience in the moving and storage industry, Cousins USA has mastered the moving process when it comes to fragile and valuable antiques.

Our team of South Florida antique movers is experienced and knowledgeable about every aspect of the moving process, and this is especially true when it comes to dealing with antiques. It’s important to us that you trust us with your antiques, and we will do everything in our power to let you know your belongings are being handled properly.

Our movers will be communicating with you throughout your relocation to make sure we handle your antiques in a way that is up to your standards. Our staff of antique movers in South Florida will also be glad to answer any questions you have about our antique moving process along the way.

Antique Appraisal

We recommend you have your antiques appraised by an appraisal house. Reputable appraisal houses can be identified by the “American Society of Appraisers” badge. You can also request a state-by-state referral list from the Directory of Certified Professional Personal Property Appraisers at P.O. Box 17625, Washington D.C. 20041. They can be contacted by phone at (800) 272-8258.

Importance of Documentation

We can’t stress enough the importance of documenting all of your belongings—especially your antiques—before a move.

Taking pictures is a good way to ensure your items have arrived in the same condition they left. For these purposes, our staff will work with you to figure out an estimation and protection plan.

Cousins USA, as a trusted Fort Lauderdale Moving Company strives to provide you with a comfortable, streamlined moving day. If you have any questions about our antique moving services in South Florida, call us at (954) 792-6650 or fill out the online estimate form for a free estimate.


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Did you know...?

How Does Moving Valuation Work?

There are three levels of valuation. The basic plan is typically called “Release Rate Liability” and will pay you a certain amount of money per pound or a fraction of what your item's value is.

You can also get “Full-Value Coverage” which means that, if your belongings are lost or damaged, will be repaired, replaced with items, or get a cash settlement.

Lastly, you will be able to mark your items on a “High-Value Inventory'' list. All items that come in at over $100 per pound must be on this list. This can be anything from jewelry to art to antiques and more.

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