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How Much to Tip Professional Packers

Anytime you plan to move to Phoenix or any other city, it’s a good idea to hire professional movers and packers. Professional moving services are best way to guaranteed the safest and most secure transport of your belongings to your new home. Although you may be perfectly capable of moving on your own, there’s a sense of relief that comes from not having to worry about the most stressful aspects of relocating. This is where the professionals come in. Allowing experienced movers like the ones at All My Sons Moving & Storage in Phoenix makes the process move efficiently and with ease.

Common question: How much to tip professional packers?
Everyone goes out to eat from time to time, but not everyone moves. If you were to go out and have a drink or a nice meal, you’re more than likely going to tip your server anywhere from 15% to 20% depending on their level of service. This is standard among the industry. But are you unsure how much to tip professional packers? This can be challenging. It’s important to note that tipping is not expected in the moving industry and that the movers are more than grateful to simply be offered a snack and a glass of water.

Still, it’s understandable that the level of work may meet or exceed your expectations and you want to reward them for their hard work. If that’s the case, the amount you choose to tip is subjective and based on your own evaluation. For example, if you have 2 packers coming to help you, then it’s not unreasonable to pay them $25 each or more. On the other hand, if you have a lot of items that need to be moved and your packers are working for several hours, then you may want to consider giving them a bonus based on the amount of time they’ve worked. At the end of the day, whatever you feel comfortable giving them is the best amount to tip. The All My Sons Moving & Storage movers offer their experience and expertise at no additional cost.

 

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