How to Book a Mover
Moving household appliances is a special project of a move. They are bulky and heavy, you can't pack them in a box, or simply unplug and carry onto a moving truck. Most likely you’ll need to hire a professional moving service to get the job done.
There are two types of companies: small local and large national companies. Which one should you hire? Here's a checklist of pros and cons for each.
Small Movers VS Big Companies
Sometimes circumstances force you to move with less than ideal notice or preparation. There are still plenty of things you can do to ensure successful and stress-free move.
Short Notice Move
Local moving companies and labor helpers are not permitted to transport their customers pets. So the best way to transport pets is in the car with you.
Moving With Pets
Move yourself or hire a professional help? This is the question that everyone is asking before the move. And like most decisions, the answer is different for everyone depending on numerous factors such as budget, busy schedules and difficulty of the move.
Moving Yourself VS Hiring Movers
Self storage units are secure and reliable option to store household and business belongings. Learn how how to prepare furniture and other items before storing them.
Prepare Your Items For Storage
Fort Scott Security Storage 323 S Judson St, Fort Scott, 66701 620-223-4584
Maple Ridge Park & Storage 1545 215th St, Fort Scott, 66701 620-223-2171
Pruitt Mini Storage 1893 Yellowstone Rd, Fulton, 66738 620-857-4516
Smith Self Storage 105 Linden Dr, Fort Scott, 66701 620-223-4638
South Side Storage 312 E 23rd St, Fort Scott, 66701 620-223-1966
West Side Storage 6th & Burke, Fort Scott, 66701 620-223-6933
Moverscorp.com has provided this listing which is public information drawn from the local phone and internet directories. To inquire about storage prices, availability and units sizes call the phone numbers listed above.