Average Breakdown Of Cubic Feet And Weight
600 - 1,000 = 7 feet
1,200 - 1,500 = 13 feet
1,500 - 1800 = 17 feet
2,000 - 2,400 = 23 feet
2,800 - 3,200 = 35 feet
Working On A Budget & Need Minimal Cost
The best advice is get multiple quotes.
Moving Out Of State
The best advice is get quotes from only movers that do out of state moves.
Save Money By Doing These Steps
It's a great idea to take apart all your beds and disconnect your appliances in advance of your movers arrival. Also take apart any desks and remove any televisions off the wall and if you can place all of your boxes in one room or area as these steps will save you time and money if you are on a budget. At the delivery location you put all the items back together as this will save you even more money and time.
Make sure you get your estimated moving cost in writing and up front before hiring a mover. The estimate or ( Order For Service Form) will show your zip code to zip code, will show your estimate cubic feet and estimated weight of your move including the exact inventory list of the items that are to be moved. The form also will show the pick up dates and the delivery spread dates for delivery at your new location.