A local move is a move that takes place within a 100-mile radius and stays within the state of origin. Many factors determine the cost of a local move. Luckily, many of those factors are within your control. For example, how ready are you when the movers arrive? Are all your belongings packed in boxes? Can the truck park close to your home? Any hard to move items? How much packing, unpacking and furniture placement would you like the movers to do for you?
The more information you provide your mover prior to your move date, the better your chances are of having a smooth move within your budget. We are one of the top full-service movers in the United States.
You can walk out the door, leave the breakfast dishes on the table and we can take it from there. Or, you can have all your belongings packed in boxes and stacked by your front door and we can simply load them on the truck for you and unload them in your new home. Based on all the above information, we can determine the right number of professional movers to get the job done just the way you want it.
How Much Does It Cost For a Local Move?
The cost for local moves is based on the number of movers, the time it takes to move your belongings and the drive time between your old and new residence. The chart below will help you get an idea of how many hours and movers it may take for your move. For a more accurate estimate, please fill out our on-line estimate or call one of our professional estimators at Allstate Moving at 1 (844) 930-1252.
|Type of Dwelling||Sq. Feet||No. of|
|1 Bedroom Apartment||700||2||2.5||1/2||1.5||3-5|
|2 Bedroom Apartment||900||3||2.5||1/2||1.5||4-6|
Please note: Factors that may effect this chart include: stairs, elevators, long carry, distance between new and old residences, double drive time, packing services and your own unique size/amount of belongings.