Friday, November 8, 2013

Should You Hire A Mover?

No matter how excited you are in moving to a new place, you may start to cringe at the thought of packing, loading, organizing, moving, and re-packing again. You might think of doing it all but to save you from all the hassle, seeking help from professional movers is the best option.

Consider these factors to help you determine if you should stick to your DIY prowess or just hire a full-service mover:


You might think that hiring a mover isn't necessary if you will move just a few miles down the road. But think again. If you don't have a large vehicle, taking multiple trips can be pricey in terms of gas. Not to mention it will take much of your time. To avoid wasting your time and the stress it could make, hire the best moving company.


Doing your own packing takes time - from gathering supplies to packing breakables, small items and appliances. You need at least six weeks ahead to carefully plan your move. If you have a lot of stuff and don't have enough time to pack and organize your belongings, spending a few dollars in getting a full-service moving package could be worth the investment. Let your movers do all the work that could take you weeks to accomplish.

Extra Hands

Consider hiring help if you are on your own but if you have friends who are willing to help you out from simple things like watching your kids and pets while you pack or cleaning your old place when you move, then consider yourself lucky. Some of them might even volunteer to keep things organized for friendship sake. Make sure to show your appreciation for their time and effort.

As a full-service moving company, we base our estimates on a variety of factors including the number of items and how heavy they are, how far you are going, and how much work is required. We offer several packing options to fit your needs this, whether you plan on doing your own packing or delegate them to us, we can give you a customized package that suits your budget.

To get a free moving quote, click here.

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