Save money on your next move by hiring the right crew the right way. This free guide from Movers.com explains it all and helps you get free quotes from local professionals, with no obligation.
Are you getting ready to move - but you're not sure that you can do it all yourself?
Well, that's good because you shouldn't do it all yourself, that's a good way to get hurt, and damage your stuff.
As someone who has moved many times, and spent some time as a professional mover, I can tell you for a fact that it's nearly impossible to move without help.
Even if you can do all the small stuff yourself, you probably can't move the couch and bed without a bit of help, especially if there are stairs to deal with. It's not all bad news though, because hiring some help doesn't have to be that complicated, or expensive.
All you really need is Movers.com.
If you haven't heard of it, it's a free online service that makes every part of your move a whole lot easier. Their website is packed with free guides that can help with every single step of the process - and they can even help you to save money hiring movers, or find the best local crew.
Their latest free guide (click here to read it right now) is just what you need if you're looking to hire some help because it explains 6 of the best ways to find a helper. Whether you're looking to call in a favor from a friend, impose on some family, hire a local laborer, or find the best local moving crew around, they explain how to do it.
Not only do they explore all the options, but they can also help you to save money, or estimate the rates for a variety of professional services, anywhere in the USA. The guide also explains some of the common issues you should watch out for, so you don't spend more than you have to.
For example, did you know that many truck rental companies have add-on options, like hiring a helper along with the truck? Sounds quick and easy, right?
Well, it is, but as Movers.com explains, these add-ons can add up, real fast. So while it is an option, it's rarely the most affordable or effective one.
For a truly affordable option, the guide suggests possibly hiring friends, family, or local laborers, and it provides a few tips to help you do it. It even talks about a few apps that can connect you with local help, and how to hire helpers using social media.
However, if you're more interested in getting the job done quickly, efficiently, and safely, then you may want to consider hiring a professional crew. The good news is, they can help you to save money there too, and it's pretty easy.
Here's what you do.
Click that button and the rest is simple. It will take you to a form that asks for some details about your move, such as where you're moving from, how far you're going, and if there are elevators or stairs.
Once you fill in the details, Movers.com will send it to all the pre-screened and top-rated movers in your area, and they'll send back some estimates. Getting these quotes is 100% free, and carries no obligation, so you really can't go wrong here.
Even if you don't go with one of the professional moving crews, at the very least, you'll know how much money you're saving by carrying all of those boxes yourself.
Like G.I. Joe always said, "Now you know, and knowing is half the battle."
Of course, G.I. Joe also said, "Never give your address to strangers." But it's pretty hard for the movers to find you without an address, so maybe his advice is a little hit-and-miss in this context.
My advice is to read the full, free guide first by clicking here - and then make your decision after.