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  • Over 30 years Experience.
  • Fully Licensed and Insured
  • Free Dismantling and Reassembly
  • No Hidden Costs

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

We will call you the day prior to your move. If you have any questions or concerns, or would like to make changes to your reservation, please email us at info@twosmallmencanada.com

Our dedicated staff will work hard to ensure that you receive the best possible moving experience, which includes punctual, efficient uniformed movers that arrive to your doorstep with a smile. Our team will handle and transport your furniture as if it were our own.

Kindly ensure that if you have a specialty item such as a piano or pool table, that you advise us in advance of your move date as special equipment will be required for these items that may be subject to a moving surcharge.

We do not transport valuables such as cash, jewelry, art and extremely personal mementos. As we are not responsible for these items, we ask you to pack and move these items prior to the arrival of our professional movers.

We ask you to let our professional movers complete the job without assistance from either you as the client, or from third parties, to mitigate against damages and liability claims.Moves that occur in the afternoon due to scheduling or accessibility issues may require a larger arrival window. Although we always aim to be punctual, Influences beyond our control may present itself so we kindly ask for your patience.

Billing:

At Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving, we have a 4-hour minimum which includes 1-hour travel time for local moves within the GTA. For Example; if your move takes 3 hours from the time we arrive at your door, until we finish at the final destination, we will bill you for 4 hours. For moves outside the GTA, we will send you an email describing any extra travel time for longer distance moves.

We bill by the hour and will ensure that your professional movers will work as hard as they can to complete the job to your satisfaction. Although sometimes we may estimate the time it takes to do a job, at the request of a client, we can never be certain as variables do occur such as access, traffic and the amount of items to move.

The final bill will be determined simply on the amount of time it takes and by no other means. It is mutually agreed upon, that by engaging Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving (TSM), that you consign to release the goods to a value of $.60 per pound per article and that as consignor, you indemnify and hold harmless TSM for any amount greater, however we may pay up to $6.00 per pound for items damaged as a consideration for using our moving services.

We ask you to be present at the final destination to complete the payment transaction.   If you unable to be at the final destination, you must advise the office in advance and in writing that you will have someone designated to pay the bill. If you are paying by debit or credit card, the card must be present at the final destination.

We accept Cash, Debit, Visa, American Express and MasterCard. Please be advised that we have a 3% processing fee for CREDIT CARDS ONLY and applicable taxes are not included.

Thank you very much for booking with Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving and have a great day!

Damage Waiver & Service Agreement

TWO MIGHTY MOVERS INC.
O/A TWO SMALL MEN WITH BIG HEARTS MOVING
445 Eddystone Avenue North York, M3N1H8

I understand and agree that the insurance provided by OVERS INC., as part of the moving services agreement, is $.60) per pound, per item. I hereby agree that TWO MIGHTY MOVERS INC. IS NOT liable for any amount exceeding $.60 per pound, however we may pay up to $6.00 per pound for items damaged as a consideration for using our moving services.

I understand that all claims must be submitted in writing within 60 days of the move date.

I understand that TWO SMALL MEN WITH BIG HEARTS MOVING cannot be held liable for any damage to walls, ceilings, floors or fixtures incurred while in the process of facilitating the move.   TWO SMALL MEN WITH BIG HEARTS MOVING will at all times ensure the protection of items using items such as quilted blankets, plastic shrink wrap, straps, etc., and will take precautions to the best of its ability to ensure that items are carefully secured at all times.

I further understand that TWO SMALL MEN WITH BIG HEARTS MOVING will not be liable for any damage to the following items: Marble, granite, china, ceramics, stoneware, lamps, particle board, pressed wood furnishings, IKEA or similarly constructed furnishings, printers, photocopiers and contents of boxes packed by the client.

TWO SMALL MEN WITH BIG HEARTS MOVING reserves the right to refuse the transport of goods that are deemed to be hazardous, flammable, combustible, toxic and unsanitary, or pose a potential health and safety risk.  In no way shall the refusal to transport such goods affect the client’s responsibility to pay for the moving services.

CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE

  1. LIABILITY OF CARRIER
  2. The carrier of the goods described in the ball of lading is liable for any loss of or change to goods accepted by him or his agent, except as provided in these Conditions of Carriage.
  3. LIABILITY OF ORIGINATING AND DELIVERY CARRIERS
  4. Where a shipment is accepted for carriage by more than 1 carrier, the originating contracting carrier and the carrier who assumes responsibility for delivery to the consignee (thereafter called the delivering carrier), in addition to any other liability provided for under these Conditions of Carriage are liable jointly and severally for any loss of or damage to the goods while they are in the custody of any other carrier to whom the goods are or have been delivered and from which liability the other carrier is not relieved.
  5. RECOVERY FROM CONNECTING CARRIER
  6. The originating contracting carrier or the delivering carrier, as the case may be, is entitled to recover from any other carrier to whom the goods are or have been delivered the amount of loss or damage that the originating contracting carrier or delivering carrier, as the case may be, may be required to pay under these Condition of Carriage resulting from any loss of or damage to the goods while they were in the custody of that other carrier.
  7. REMEDY BY CONSIGNOR OR CONSIGNEE
  8. Nothing the section 2 or 3 of these Conditions of Carriage deprives a consignor or consignee of any rights he may have against any carrier.
  9. EXECPTION FROM LIABILITY
  10. The carrier shall not be liable for the following

    (a) Loss, damage or delay to any of the goods described in the bill of landing caused by.

    (i) an act of God,
    (ii) the Queen’s or public enemies,
    (iii) riot,
    (iv) strikes,
    (v) a defect or inherent vice in the goods,
    (vi) an act or default of the consignor, owner of consignee,
    (vii) authority of law, or
    (vii) quarantine.

    (b) Except of damage, deterioration or loss caused by his, his agent’s employee’s negligence,

    (i) damage to fragile articles that are not packed and unpacked by the contracting carrier, his agent or employee,
    (ii) damage to the mechanical, electronic or other operation of radios, phonographs, clocks, appliances, musical instruments, and other equipment, irrespective of who packed those articles, unless servicing and preparation was performed by the contracting carrier, his agent or employee,
    (iii) deterioration of or damage to perishable food, plants or pets, or
    (iv) loss of contents of consignor-packed articles unless the containers used are opened for the carrier’s inspection and articles are listed on the bill or landing and receipted for by the carrier and the burden of proving absence of such negligence shall be on the carrier.

    (c) damage to or loss of a complete set or until when only part of the set is damaged or lost, in which event the carrier shall only be liable for repair or recovery of the lost or damaged piece or pieces,

    (d) damage to the goods at place or places of pick-up at which the consignor or his agent was not in attendance;

    (e) damage to the goods at place or places of delivery at which the consignee or his agent was not in attendance and cannot give receipt for goods delivered.

  11. DELAY
  12. (1) At the time of acceptance of the contract, the original contracting carrier shall provide the
    consignor, with a date or time period within which delivery is to be made.

    (2) Failure by the carrier to effect delivery within the time specified on the face of the bill of landing shall render him liable for reasonable storage in transit, handling and redelivery charges incurred by the carrier.

  13. ROUTING BY THE CARRIER
  14. In case of physical necessity where the carrier forwards the goods by a conveyance that is not a public vehicle. the liability of the carrier is the same as though the entire carriage were by public vehicle.
  15. STOPPAGE IN TRANSIT
  16. Where goods are stopped or held in transit at the request of party entitled to so request, the goods are held at the risk of that party.
  17. VALUATION
  18. Subject to section 10 of these Conditions of Carriage, the amount of any loss or damage for which the carrier shall be liable, whether or not damage results from negligence of the carrier or its employees or agents, shall be computed on the basis of the value of the lost or damages article at the time and place of shipment.
  19. MAXIMUM LIABILITY
  20. (1) The amount of any loss or damage computed under section 9 of these Conditions of Carriage
    shall not be exceed the greater of

    (a) The value declared by the shipper, and
    (b) $4.41 per kilogram computed on the total weight of the shipment.

    (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1) where the consignor releases the shipment to a value of $ 1.32 per kilogram per article or less in writing, the amount of any loss or damage computed under section 9 of these Conditions of Carriage shall not exceed that lower amount

    (3) Where section 10 (1) applies, additional changes to cover the additional coverage over $1.32 per kilogram per article shall be paid by the consignee.

  21. CONSIGNOR’S RISK
  22. (1) Where it is agreed that the goods are carried at the risk of the consignor of the goods, that
    agreement covers only those risks as are necessarily incidental to transportation.

    (2) The agreement referred to in subsection (1) shall not relieve the carrier from liability for any loss, damage or delay that may result from any negligent act or omission of the Carrier, his agents or and the burden of proving absence of negligence shall be on the carrier.

  23. NOTICE OF CLAIM
  24. (1) No carrier is liable for loss, damage or delay to any goods carried under the bill of landing
    unless notice thereof setting out

    (a) particulars of the origin, destination and date of shipment of the goods and the estimated amount claimed in respect of such loss, damage or delay, is given in writing to the original contracting carrier or the delivering carrier within
    (b) 60 days after delivery of the goods, or
    (c) In the case of failure to make delivery, within 9 months from the date of shipment.

    (2) The final statement of the claim must be filed within 9 months from the date of shipment.

    (3) Either the originating contracting carrier or the delivering carrier, as the case may be, shall acknowledge receipt of claim within 30 days of receipt of the claim.

  25. ARTICLES OF EXTRA-ORDINARY VALUE
  26. (1) No carrier is bound to carry any document, species or any articles of extra-ordinary value unless the carrier specially agrees to do so,

    (2) If

    (a) goods referred to in subsection (1) are carried without the carriage of those items being
    specifically agreed to, and
    (b) the nature of the goods is not disclosed on the face of the bill of landing, the carrier shall
    not be liable for any loss or damage.

  27. FREIGHT CHARGESFREIGHT CHARGES
  28. (1) If required by the carrier, freight and all other lawful charges accruing on the goods shall be
    paid before delivery.

    (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1) where the actual charges exceed by more than 10% the total
    estimate charges, the consignee shall be allowed 15 days after the day on which the goods are
    delivered, excluding Saturday and holidays, to pay the amount by which the total actual charges
    exceed 110% of the total estimated charges.

    (3) Where

    (a) the actual charges exceed by more that 10% the total estimate charges, and
    (b) the consignee pay that extra 10%, the carrier shall unload the shipment in accordance
  29. DANGEROUS GOODS
  30. Every person whether as principal or agent, shipping explosives or dangerous goods without previous full disclosure to the carrier as required by law, shall indemnify the carrier against all loss, damage or delay caused thereby. And those goods may be warehoused at the consignor’s risk and expense.
  31. UNDELIVERD GOODS
  32. (1) Where, through no fault of the carrier, the goods cannot be delivered, the carrier shall
    immediately give notice to the consignor and the consignee that delivery has not been made,
    and disposal instruction.

    (2) Pending receipt of disposal instructions

    (a) the goods may be stored in the warehouse of the carrier, subject to a reasonable charge,
    for storage, or
    (b) where the carrier has notified the consignor of his this intention, the goods may be removed to, and stored in, a public or licensed warehouse.

    (i) at the expense of the consignor, without liability on the part of the carrier and
    (ii) subject to a lien for all freight and other lawful charges, including a reasonable charge for storage.
  33. ALTERATION
  34. Subject to section 18 of these Condition of Carriage:

    (a) any additional limitation on the carrier’s liability on the bill of lading, and
    (b) any alteration, or addition or erasure on the bill of lading, shall be signed or initialed by the consignor or his agent and the originating contracting carrier of this agent and unless so acknowledged shall without effect.
  35. WEIGHTS
  36. (1) It shall be responsibility of the originating contracting carrier or his agent to

    (a) show the correct tare, gross and net weights on the bill of landing by use of a certified public scale, and
    (b) attach the weight scale ticket to his copy of the bill of lading.

    (2) Where certified public scales are not available at origin or at any point within a radius of 16 kilometers thereof, a constructive weight based on 112 kilograms per cubic meter of properly loaded van shall be used.

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Main Number: (905) 203-1380
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Hours of Operation:
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Email: info@twosmallmencanada.com

Main Number:
(905) 203-1380
Toll Free Number:
1-888-681-1380
Hours of Operation:
7 days a week from 8AM to 10PM
Email:
info@twosmallmencanada.com

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