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The Skinny Moving Service: You Load, They Drive

The Skinny Moving Service: You Load, They Drive

When planning your move you might be able to see just two options to choose from. You can either hire a professional moving services provider to pack your belongings and hope there are no hidden fees or you can pack the items yourself and then get ready for a very long drive.

If you do not like neither, it's time to find out there's a new form of moving and it's called self-service. That way you pack the beloveds and they do the hard driving.

Skinny Self Service Moving

It's very simple, the moving service company drop off in front of your house the necessary crates to fit your items and you'll pack everything inside then call the truck to transport the crates to your new location. Once the crates are delivered you can start unpacking.

Using this kind of moving services you'll save on hourly costs of having someone wrap and stack your belongings since you'll do the packaging yourself. If you want, for an extra cost, the self-service moving companies will help you with that part too. The price of the move is calculated by the number of crates you need to use and how far you'll move it. You can also get some kind of insurance and more should be available if moving valuables.

Going with self-service moving, you'll have a lot more peace of mind since you will not have to worry about the truck breaking down and since all your marriages will be in their box you will not have to worry about them mixing up with other items belonging to someone else. Along the increased peace of mind, getting the move done using this kind of moving services will be less expensive then using a full service moving company and a little more expensive then doing the move all by yourself.

Source by Ispas Marin

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