5 Very Good Reasons For Movers Uniforms

5 very good reasons why your movers should be in uniform.

Wearing movers uniforms is essential in developing a positive professional branding image. And I go over 5 reasons why this is so.

Moving company uniforms give your customers a higher opinion of your moving company. I've found when my guys wear uniforms they have fewer problems with customers and customers are happier with my company.

I can't back that up with hard stats but it is just something that I have observed for myself.

Your moving company employees seem to have higher morale when they are in uniform. I can't explain it, but it is something that I've found to be true.

Moving company employees uniforms set you apart from everyone else. It separates you from those companies that are uniformed and puts you above those that don't have mover uniforms.

It helps to solidify your branding with the public. When your customer's neighbors see your guys in their uniforms it is one more distribution of your brand and image.The more people see your brand the more they get to know, like, and trust you.

And lastly, uniformed movers sell your service. This is a fact known for decades. It is a part of your marketing and branding. And it should be considered a priority.

Should movers wear uniforms? ...Uh, Yeah!

I've just explained to you 5 reasons why you should be uniformed.

Where to find cheap movers uniforms?

This is a hard question to answer, because uniforms are expensive, period.

I have found getting uniform t-shirts from a local source is far cheaper than getting them from some company online. Which is weird considering most of your local vendors use these same online shops to print their shirts for them.

Another affordable solution is to buy regular t-shirts at your local store that match your company's colors have your guys wear those.

Jae Burnham
 

In July 2008 I was fired from my landscaping job, so I went on to start my own moving company. For the next 6 months I quickly learned what it took to not only start a moving company but to build one as well. Now...I make over $300K a year, employ up to 8 movers and do over 500 moves a year all over the state and country...Now I am on a mission to help the next generation of moving entrepreneurs how to start and run their own moving businesses.