Ulises Alcocer, general manager of You Move Me, gives some tips for planning a move in San Francisco.

Ulises Alcocer is general manager of You Move Me. To reach Ulises Alcocer call (415) 527-0805.
Video: Moving in San Francisco
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SAN RAFAEL − Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re planning a move in downtown San Francisco, there are some additional preparatory measures you may need to take. Today we’re in San Rafael with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Ulises Alcocer of You Move Me to learn more.

Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Ulises Alcocer: So, living in San Francisco, it’s a little difficult sometimes because of parking. That’s one of the main concerns, especially for a lot of moving companies. One thing that we typically request and try and ask customers before move date is to try and get parking situated for the truck the day of the move. So, typically, you can call the City of San Francisco directly. Or you can also call your local police department and they’ll provide you with permits, parking permits in front of your building or your house. Usually the day prior, they’ll pull up. They’ll post signs. So, basically the trucks can park there.

Another item that we actually request customers to try and have is the elevators reserved. So, when you reserve the elevators with your buildings, whether it’s a condo or a townhouse, and such as, we try and have the elevators reserved and dedicated for the move. So that way, it makes the move process simple, easy and it’s just a breeze to move everything in and out of the buildings. Typically, we want to have those reserved also through building management. If not, you want to notify them as soon as you know your move date so you can actually schedule that with your building manager.

Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local top-rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

Ulises Alcocer is a lifetime veteran of the moving industry and general manager of You Move Me, a Diamond Certified company. He can be reached at (415) 527-0805 or by email.

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