Answered by Robert MoreschiNovember 6, 2013
Hi, thanks for visiting Movers.com, I'm very sorry to hear about your divorce. For your questions and concerns about your move and the packing process, you've come to the right place. As you mentioned, you need help with your move, as well as help for your packing, so it seems like what you'll need is a full-service moving company. Hiring full-service movers is fairly common and they can take care of anything from loading and unloading your truck for you, to packing and unpacking your belongings and moving your belongings to your new home.
Booking a full-service mover
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- Compare quotes from at least three different moving companies. To get the best deal possible on your move, it's usually best to get estimates from at least three different movers before you make your choice. This will help you to compare the prices and the services offered by each company and will allow you to make the best decision for your move and your budget.
- Always try to plan your move as far in advance as possible. You'll find that you get the best results if you book your movers as soon as you make the decision to move, at least 2 to 3 months prior to when you plan on moving. Trying to book moving labor only a few days in advance will leave you with fewer options to choose from, so the earlier you get the ball rolling, the easier your move will be for you.
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