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Question DetailsAsked on 10/21/2016

I need someone to move some heavy furniture from my garage into my home and move some other things back to the gara

Washer and dryer into the basement, dryer back out to garage. mattress and box springs into the upstairs and mattress and box springs back out to garage

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For the size and weight of things you are talking about, sounds like a 3-man moving crew job to avoid damage to the items, so I would say you want a Moving and Storage company - same type company you would use for a household move, but just a moving crew to move your items in this case. Minimum charge typically around $150 for a crew for an hour but could be less in cheap labor areas, higher in high-priced cities.


Hauling (trash/junk haulers) can also do this, but Movers are more familiar with the utility hookups (electric, gas, duct, etc) and have the padding and appliance moving handtrucks so they would be my choice. Be sure to ask when you call if they will disconnect and reconnect the appliances or not - not all moving companies will do that, especially with gas, because of the liability issue. IF you have trouble finding one that will do that, then maybe a Handyman who can bring at least one other person for the move.


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Answered 2 years ago by LCD




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