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.
Probably you've seen many companies advertise their services on Craigslist. But how do you know that you will be dealing with licensed and professional people?
When relocating, often the very first decision needs to be made is whether you will hire a mover or go DIY style. Here are some funny moving tips to help you to make your choice.
Move Yourself or Hire Movers
Moving trucks come in different sizes. If you're looking to rent one, the following guide will help you to decide the type of truck and size you will need for your move.
Different Types of Moving Trucks
State agencies are responsible for enforcement and making sure that moving companies are properly certified and follow the regulations. Regulations may vary from state to state and some states' regulations are more strict than others.
Moving Company Regulators
Amboy Self Storage 466 W Main Rd, Conneaut, 44030 440-593-6044
Area 51 Storage 4289 E Center St, Conneaut, 44030 440-593-2398
Burdick Storage 228 Harbor St, Conneaut, 44030 440-599-8248
Harley's Mini Storage 2993 E Center St, Conneaut, 44030 440-224-0415
Nick-Nick Self Storage 500 Wrights Ave, Conneaut, 44030 440-593-6891
Space Place Self Storage 684 Center Rd, Conneaut, 44030 440-593-6121
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 please call the phone numbers listed above. Remeber, the cheapest storage unit is not always the best value. Secure and clean storage facility prices are usually higher than other places, but it's totally worth it.