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Our Movers will accept payment for moving services by cash, check or credit card. They will also accept your certified check, traveler’s check, bank check or personal check. You may choose to pay at origin or destination — just let your Moving Agency Sales Representative know which you prefer.
Our moving quotes are completely free. We’ll give you a lot of options to choose the one that best fits your needs.
Yes, we will help you find Storage near your new home.
When you’re moving to a new home, you may need to rent a self-storage unit. This could be for any number of reasons including downsizing, renting while you’re building a home, storing a car or boat, or just having too much stuff! No matter why you need extra space, you can trust us to help you find trustworthy, reliable, and affordable mini storage facilities for your next move.
What Features Will I Get in a Storage Unit?
Self-storage facilities contain safe and secure units where you can store your belongings for a few months or many years. These self-storage facilities offer the convenience of being in your neighborhood, so your stuff is readily accessible when you need it, and they offer security and peace-of-mind with features like gated entry, 24-hour surveillance, and alarm systems. Depending on your storage needs, you can choose from units with amenities such as climate control, drive-up access, indoor storage, and 24-hour availability. Rent as long or as little as you need, it’s completely up to you.
How Much do Storage Units Cost to Rent?
Prices will vary for self-storage units depending on the size you need and amenities you choose. Some storage facilities will even offer a $1 first month rent incentive. Let Moving.com help you find one that fits both your size and cost needs.
Use our ‘Find Storage Now’ tool on this page. Just type in the zip code or your city and state of your new residence and click the ‘find storage’ button. We will get you quotes from the closest storage unit facilities near your new home to compare. You can even sort them by star ratings from other people, their price, distance from your home, and filter by features such as climate control, drive-up access, and 24-hour access. Toggle between search for self-storage only facilities and ones that can house cars, boats, and RVs. All you have to do is choose the facility and unit that’s best for you.
Yes, we will move you last minute.
We need to do it Monday through Friday. It is pretty hard for us to get you a mover on Saturday or Sunday.
We have a lot of calls for last minute moves. If you thought a regular move could get stressful, then try getting everything done in just a few days. As crazy as it may sound people are put in last minute move situations all the time. You’ll be tempted to just start throwing things in any container you can find, but resist that urge! Even though you only have a few days – or just a single day – putting together a plan of action first will help you get things done quickly and keep your sanity intact.
Take a few deep breaths. Ok, now let’s knock out your last minute move.
Last Minute Moving Checklist
When you have to make a move fast it’s more important than ever to keep organized and have a plan for how you’re going to tackle everything. Luckily, Square Cow Movers has experience moving within extremely tight deadlines and we’ve put together a list of to-dos for quick moves. We call these our Last Minute Moves. Let us help you. Get us involved quick.
Here is a article give you some ideas on protecting your items. Cinnamon Janzer is a journalist and writer based in Minneapolis. Her work has appeared in Fast Company, USA Today, New York magazine, and more. You can read more about her at www.cinnamon-janzer.com
Nothing can take away the thrill of finally moving into a new home quite as quickly as discovering that something you love was damaged in the process. What’s even worse? If it’s something you love that’s also very expensive to repair or replace.
Accidents do happen and you can’t control everything that occurs after you put your precious belongings on the moving truck. But you can take some safeguards to protect your stuff before the big day—and make sure that the watercolor painting you bought in Italy or your grandmother’s vintage vanity isn’t irreparably damaged in the process.
To keep the good vibes rolling from the moment you set foot into your new place until every last knickknack is unpacked, follow this valuable advice from pros on protecting your valuables. You’ll be glad you did.
All of our movers are fully insured and bonded.
We require our movers to be licensed and insured. Moving Company’s reviews each of our moving company partners before we allow them to offer quotes through our service. Here are the Moving.com criteria that all movers must meet so that we can ensure you are receiving trustworthy, safe, and reliable service:
You can search the internet and contact movers one by one to find help for your next move. Or, you can use Moving.com to compare quotes from hundreds of long distance movers or local movers near you at no cost and no obligation. Moving.com is committed to partnering with the highest quality moving companies from only licensed and insured movers, to help you reduce the time, cost, and stress of the moving process.
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- Movers must possess the proper operating authority needed to operate as a household goods carrier.
- Each mover must possess the appropriate amount of insurance coverage needed to transport household goods.
- Interstate movers (i.e. state-to-state) must provide valid USDOT and/or MC license numbers.
- Intrastate (local) movers (i.e. within state lines) must provide valid license numbers based on imposed state or federal requirements.
- Movers may use only their Legal or DBA (doing-business-as) Name in their interactive advertising campaign.
- Each mover has acknowledged and agreed to that the resale and/or redistribution of leads is strictly prohibited.
- All interstate movers have acknowledged and agreed to abide by the 110% rule for collecting charges on non-binding estimates.
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