Every move is unique, so it can be hard to give an accurate estimate without more information. For example, you’ll also need to consider the distance between your current apartment and your new location. You also have to determine whether you will pack and haul your own belongings or hire the movers to do this for you. Finally, how much and what type of stuff you have will also affect the price of the move.
In addition to the obvious moving costs, you may also want to take into consideration the price of boxes, tape, and other packing supplies. In some situations, it is a good idea to pay for moving insurance. This ensures that you’ll be reimbursed if anything valuable is broken or gets lost along the way.
“Dear National Van Lines, We would like to commend your movers, Joe and Mike for a job well done moving furniture from Joe Bonnie Movers and Storage in Delray Beach to Washington DC. From our first telephone contact with Joe until the job was completed, they were courteous, competent and careful with our valuable pieces.”
“Thank you. Joe, appreciate very much the quick response, quick turnaround for the two (2) couches moved. You said the truck would be there at 1:00 PM, the truck was there at 1:00 PM. We can't compliment you enough on the crew. DJ, Bobby, and Stephen were prompt, courteous, didn't waste any time, wrapped the couches, lowered the couches, moved the couches, and unloaded the couches all with an extremely high degree of professional capability. Joe, when it comes time for an employee review, please feel free to call me, we have only the highest accolades for DJ, Bobby, and Stephen. In like manner, should Joe Bonnie & Son ever request a reference to a prospect, please, don't ever hesitate to call us. Thanks again.”