Our pricing structure is based on three variables. The first variable is the number of trucks we bring to your job. The second variable is the hourly moving labor. The third variable is the total miles driven to complete your job.
We charge $85 an hour per mover. The clock starts when we arrive at your starting address and ends when we have properly placed all of your items in your new home. Please keep in mind that we charge $95 an hour on weekends and holidays. We
round up the time to the nearest 15 minute increment.
Please keep in mind that we work by the hour and can be used as a resource for other projects. If you want us to reassemble your beds and place all items in the correct spot then we will do so but it will take slightly longer.Here is a breakdown of how much a crew costs per hour for weekday moves:
2 Mover Crew: $170/hour
3 Mover Crew: $255/Hour
4 Mover Crew: $340/Hour
5 Mover Crew: $425/Hour
In the simplest terms, we charge $150 for a truck to show up to your home. If your job requires two or three trucks then you will see the charge accordingly on your final invoice. The $150 flat rate is applicable to all local moves within 30 miles of our warehouse. If you do not need a truck, there will be a $100 “Service Charge” on your estimate and invoice.
The fuel surcharge is based off of a round trip mileage calculation that charges $1 permile from our warehouse to your desired stops and then back to our warehouse.
Amount of Hours
We round up the time to the nearest 15 minute increment. Please keep in mind that we work by the hour and can be used as a resource for other projects. If you want us to reassemble your beds and place all items in the correct spot then we will do so but it will take slightly longer.
Sometimes we have to hold items in our truck for a few hours while our customers are closing on their new home. We charge $100/hour per truck while waiting for our customer to gain access to their new home.
If your move requires us to hold your items in our truck overnight there will be a $250 charge per truck.
If you have any hard to move items you may see an extra charge on your invoice. We will make sure to notify you if we are going to charge more before we move it. Examples would be pianos, gun safes, hot tubs, etc.
If you would like to have your carpet and hardwood floors protected, there is an additional charge of $50 per home. For example, if you would like to protect both your existing home and new home, the total charge will be $100.
If your move is long distance then we will make sure to notify you of the additional charge during the quoting process.
If you would like us to take any unwanted items we will be sure to agree upon a price before we leave. Large furniture pieces, mattresses, box springs, electronics, and hazardous materials are the hardest items to dispose of.
If for any reason we need to leave our padded moving blankets with you then you will be charged $10 per blanket. If you return the blanket then you will receive a $5 credit back per blanket.
We charge a rental fee of $5 per wardrobe box. We will bring them on the day of the job and we expect to get them back at the end of the move.
Below is an example of the price breakdown for a small, medium, and large job that we typically see. Please keep in mind that these prices fluctuate depending on multiple variables.
1 Bedroom Apartment
One Truck: $150
Two Mover Crew: $170/Hour
Total # of Hours: 3.25
Miles Driven: 46
2 Bedroom Home
One Truck: $150
Three Mover Crew: $255/Hour
Total # of Hours: 6.25
Miles Driven: 63
5 Bedroom Home
Two Trucks: $300
Four Mover Crew: $340/Hour
Total # of Hours: 8
Miles Driven: 25