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How many movers labor woud I need for a 3 bedroom house?

Asked by Admin on 11/20/2012 under category Moving Labor

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Robert Moreschi
Answered on 4/12/2013

This is a good question, and it's one that is commonly asked by people who are looking to hire moving labor to assist them with their move. How many movers you will need to hire to help you move will depend largely on the size of your move. In your case, a 3-bedroom house will typically require around 3-4 movers to handle all of the loading and unloading of your items, especially your larger items like furniture, appliances, and heavy boxes. 

The best way to obtain moving labor services for your move is to plan as far in advance of the moving date as possible. There are companies that will hire out moving labor services by the hour to help you with anything from packing and unpacking your things, to loading and unloading them from the moving truck, and their cost is largely dependent on how long the move takes and what kind of services you avail.

An easy way to find moving labor for your move is to visit the moving labor page on Movers.com. Here, you will find a form that you can fill out with basic information pertaining to your move like your zip code and the dates of your move. You will then be able to receive free estimates from moving labor providers in your area who can assist you.

HireAHelper, an affordable and licensed moving labor company, has teamed up with Movers.com to provide moving labor services to customers in need of a helping hand. After your move, feel free to return to Movers.com and visit our moving reviews page where you can write a review about the moving labor company you used to help other customers.  

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