Self-Moving Guide For New Brunswick, NJ Apartments | Get Free Mover Quotes

Jul 19, 2023

Can you move it yourself? Before you try – check out this free guide from to find out. It explains what you can, can’t, and really shouldn’t move – and how to save money finding a professional who can.

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And jokes like that are why I still write these blogs, instead of enjoying a fabulous life of luxury as a stand-up comic - but you win some you lose some I guess.

Coincidentally, that's nearly our topic for the day, because we need to talk a bit about which ones we can win, and which ones we've already lost... in a sense.

Maybe that's too vague - I want to talk about what it's like to move your own stuff when you're moving across town, across the state, or even across the country. When you should, when you shouldn't, and what to do if it's just too much.

I'll be honest though - I didn't really have to do the usual amount of research for this one, because I found a great website. So if you don't want to read my summaries, and you just want all the details right from the source - just click here to check out the free guide I found on

If you've never carried all your own stuff before, you might think moving it all yourself is an obvious and affordable solution... and maybe it is. Sometimes.

Unfortunately, it can also end up costing you even more, depending on what you break, or how much you hurt your back. The guide explores a bunch of common household items and explains which you should be able to move yourself, and which you shouldn't even try.

My advice, personally, is to start by finding out how much it would cost to get a professional to do the job. Once you know that, you'll have an idea of how much money you could be saving, and it's easier to find out if it's worth it.

Easier said than done though, right? I mean, how are you supposed to find out how much it would cost to move, even if you get an estimate, it's only an estimate.

Well, c'mon, if you've been reading my stuff for a while now, you know I wouldn't leave you hanging. Here's what you do. You can click right here, or any of the links, to go to - and then look for a big green button that says "Get Quotes."

When you click it you'll be taken to their free quotes tool, which lets you fill in one form with details about your move, and get 7 quotes from pre-screened and top-rated local professionals. Sure, they're still just estimates - but with 7 of them from different companies, you can certainly get a good idea of the potential cost.

The next step after that is to check out the free guide to see what items you have that require professional assistance - and which may even require specialty movers. If you don't have any of these items, or you think you can manage them yourself - now you know how much money you're about to save!

If you do have specialty items, heavy boxes, or other stuff that requires an expert, you already know how much it will likely cost, so it's kind of a win-win.

I stole this bit from the free guide, to help explain, “When it comes time to move, whether you hire a mover to help you pack or choose to do it all by yourself, it is entirely your decision. However, some things are too difficult for the average non-professional to handle safely. In these specific cases, it’s best to hire someone rather than move the item yourself.”

Just remember, if you plan on calling in friends to help you move, you need to supply the beer and pizza or equivalents, so don't forget to factor that into your costs.

You can find more info in the full free guide, or you can use to get free rate quotes and find the top-rated local experts - it's easy.

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