Answered by Robert MoreschiJune 3, 2013
I'm very sorry to hear about your loss. For your questions and concerns about your move and the packing process, you've come to the right place. As you mentioned, you have help with your actual move and you'll only need to hire help for your packing, so it seems like what you'll need is moving labor. Hiring moving labor services is fairly common in advance of a move, and they can take care of anything from loading and unloading your truck for you, to packing and unpacking your belongings and even driving your moving truck for you if you've already rented a truck and don't want to drive it yourself.
For your situation, a 3-bedroom, 1,600-sq-foot home, hiring moving labor that can provide professional packing services for you is your best bet. 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, including helping you move furniture within your house from one bedroom to another, 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
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