Answered by Adam MandelbaumFebruary 5, 2013
Hi Mehak, Thank you for visiting Movers.com and asking this question. Your move from Milwaukee to Illinois is over 200 miles and thus is considered to be a long distance move. It would be safe to use a moving company for your move rather than driving a truck yourself considering the distance is over 200 miles.
I would firstly suggest you to get free moving quotes at Movers.com. Compare and pick the moving company that you are comfortable with based on your budget, the moving company’s background, services you need etc. Next, depending on the size of your move and the belongings you have decide if you want to use packing services or to pack yourself. You can always save money by packing your belongings. Movers.com has a treasure of packing guides and packing videos that will help you in every step of your packing. We even have guides that help you from planning your moving budget to helping you unpack and settle down in your new home.
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Answered by Robert MoreschiFebruary 4, 2013
Hi, thanks for visiting Movers.com! My best suggestion for your move is to get in touch with a local moving company that can service your move and obtain a quote from them. Unfortunately, since you didn't provide any details on the approximate size of your move, I can't give you a proper estimation of how much it might cost. However, if you wish to obtain a free estimate for your move from Milwaukee, WI to Illinois, you can visit our easy-to-use free moving quote form and fill it out. We'll connect you with a list of movers that can service your move. You can also call 1-866-343-1243 for free moving quotes as well.
After your move, feel free to return to Movers.com and leave a review of your moving experience and the company you used.