Whether you are relocating locally or out of state, you have several moving service choices. While full-service movers, labor helpers and do-it-yourself are the preferred options for local moves, self-service has become very popular for cross-country moves.
Types of Moves
Not many people like packing for a move, especially fragile items. Often fragile items are packed by movers, but if you are planning to do it yourself, here are some helpful packing tips.
Packing Fragile Items
If you are moving on your own, it's important to have a right equipment and supplies before you start loading a truck. This guide will help you to get ready and make the DIY process easier.
Equipment and Supplies for DIY Moving
If you are hiring local movers you need to check if your state requires a license from moving companies, and if yes then verify that company has one. To find this information you should call or visit DOT's website.
Some professional moving companies or laborers might not tell you about all the moving charges and fees unless you ask. Those hidden charges can break your bank. So, how can you avoid additional moving costs?
Did you know that movers can not transport guns, batteries, explosive, and chemical items? Find out what else they will not be able to move for you.
What Movers Will Not Move
How many moving boxes do you need for a move? A guide from Movers Corp to estimate of how many boxes you will need for your move.
How Many Moving Boxes You Need
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