Simplicity is what Relocators is all about
Have you heard of KISS? Not the band, but the acronym for “Keep it simple, stupid,” which was used in 1960 as a design principle by the U.S. Navy.
The KISS principle says that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated.
It’s also how I run my business. I believe the simpler I make things, the more trustworthy and effective I am with my employees and, most importantly, with my customers. Great communication is most effective when it’s a two-way street.
Let’s face it, the physical act of moving is not enjoyable, but Relocators has reconfigured the process with a step-by-step plan that keeps our client’s stress levels to a minimum. We share the burden.
One of my favorite moments at the initial consultation is seeing the light bulb go off when I do an estimate for one thing, such as packing, and the client realizes we are the answer to two or three of their immediate needs – like storage or an estate sale. You can actually see the stress fall off their shoulders. It’s such a good feeling.
My team and I become their strong support system as we help clients with the very personal job of helping them move. Every treasure has a story, and we’ve heard quite a few.
My business doesn’t define my employees. My employees define the business. Their reputation in the community is impeccable.
Many of the world’s most difficult problems have been solved with the simplest solutions. When it comes to moving, Relocators has you covered.