The cost of an intrastate, or “local “ move, is generally based on a per-hour cost for the personnel and the number of vehicles required.
The cost of an interstate move (between states) is usually based on the volume of your belongings and the distance they are shipped, plus the amount of packing and other services that you require.
Be sure to tell the estimator every single item to be moved. Don’t forget to go into the attic, basement, garage, shed, closets and under beds. What about swing sets or hot tubs? Items omitted from the estimate but included in your shipment later will add to the cost.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to check over the estimates you received for accuracy, in case the estimator may have missed anything. Any items not on the initial estimate which you want included in your shipment that turn up on moving day may increase the cost, so to be sure you and the mover are 100 percent on the same page about every item you have.
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