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The Costs of Moving in Mill Valley

What are the Costs of Moving in Mill Valley

Moving is not exactly the cheapest thing in the world. Some people find it difficult to move even if they want to do just because the cost can be astronomical. This is true for those who have lived in their house for so long and have accumulated too many things. The cost will also be higher if you are moving to a different state as supposed to moving just across the town. The rate of Mill Valley movers will also vary during peak seasons. In this case, you can always reach out to us, Good Green Moving so we can discuss your moving situation and get you the best rate in town. To proceed, you need to create a budget plan so that you are prepared and don’t end up in bankruptcy afterward. Here are the things to consider when calculating the costs of moving in Mill Valley.

  1. Movers’ Fee

You have to pay for a movers’ fee when you decide to hire a professional moving company. The rate will likely include fuel charges and basic labor including loading and unloading of household items. When you call us for a free estimate, we will ask you information to help us decide how much to charge you. Information such as the distance between the new residence and the old house is crucial. You should also disclose the size and weight of the household items and if there is an elevator available.

  1.   Insurance

You can apply for an insurance if you have valuable items that need to be moved by Mill Valley movers. This can include antique furniture, lamps, and electronic appliances. The insurance will help you to avoid incurring all the cost in case of accidents, theft, or loss of these items.

  1.   Additional Services

Additional moving services include special packing for valuable items, moving large furniture such as a piano or an entertainment center. In case the elevator is suddenly not working, you might have to pay extra.

  1.   Emergency

Always keep an emergency fund, ideally in cash, that you can use any time during the move. You don’t know when you’ll get hungry or thirsty. An emergency money is helpful especially when you need to take a rest from driving and spend the night at a hotel.