What Is The Difference?

There are three options: (DIY), Moving Labor Service, and Full Moving Service. Each have pros and cons to consider as well as elements that make them uniquely suited for a specific type of move. At the very least you have semi control of all operations during your move date for an hybrid move

Do-It-Yourself Moving

(DIY) move is one of the most hardcore and cheapest moving options. You are essentially going solo, except perhaps for willing and able friends and family. You’re willing to risk your relationships, your back, and your sanity to save a few bucks and call all the shots. But unless you live in a dollhouse-sized room, you’ll probably need to rent a truck plus the time investment will lead you into a couple days to complete you move

Moving Labor Service

Hybrid Move

Moving Labor Service

Those who want to have control over their move, go with the Hybrid Move. It combines the affordable parts of the D.I.Y. move and the convenience of the full-service move and produce a moving labor service. You do the easy part and rent a moving truck, storage unit, or container but then you hire some help for various tasks, such as packing, unpacking, loading, or unloading. You can count on our professional moving labor service, besides you’ll save your back and you wont break your bank.

Full Moving Service

This move is for the rich and famous - rock stars, politicos, any of those “real” housewives.  You don’t have to lift a finger. You get more than just a moving labor service. A full moving service like National van lines, and other smaller moving companies will do the packing, loading, and unloading and will also make long-distance, interstate moves, while smaller, local companies tend to handle intrastate moves. It sounds like a dream, eh? Well, it is, which is why it comes with a hefty price tag. Either way, you’ll be sitting pretty - granted, your bank account might be empty. Costing thousands, it is the most expensive way to move on the list.