Moving to a new city requires extra care. Our dedicated customer service agents are ready to help you build a long-distance moving plan.
Don't worry about sharing your truck space or move-day with anyone else. Opt for a dedicated rental truck packed by professional movers with you in mind and driven directly to your new home.
Receive fixed-price, individualized plans and reserve your move without having to worry about hidden fees. Our house estimates come at affordable rates while offering a full-service moving experience.
There's no need to get held up by service windows. With Bellhops, you can relax knowing your movers and belongings will be there exactly when they are requested to be there. Let us do all the heavy lifting.
Amazing experience all around. From scheduling to payment, Bellhop made my long-distance move so much less stressful. I won’t use any other long-distance moving company again!
— Emma S., Customer in Knoxville
In-state moves can be a Catch-22. You can't book a local move, but you don't want any markups associated with most long-distance moves. Don't worry. Our concierge approach enables us to coordinate residential moves or commercial moves without unnecessary fees.
When you need interstate moving services, we are your partial or full-service moving company. As nationwide movers, we have the teams and the trucks to handle any cross-country move and to any geographic location. Whether you need full house moves, partial furniture and office equipment installation, or one or two items with partial packing options, we are your full-service long -distance mover. We got you!
Book on your schedule and collect cost estimates instantly with the help of our dedicated customer service agents. We know your time is important - particularly when undergoing corporate relocation or trying to arrive in time for important life events. We work hard to meet your ideal arrival times no matter if you are moving into a house in the country or apartment move in the city. We don't require an in-home estimate and can start the quote process right away with our handy estimate tool.
We make sure your move doesn't include other customers during the actual moving process. With a dedicated truck, your belongings head straight to your new home and arrive right on schedule - no detours in-between you and getting settled. You have a crew focused on your job and your job only, for an improved moving experience.
Get complete care from top to bottom with your own moving expert. This customer care expert organizes your experience from the second you book until the moment you realize you're home. Your representative offers an effective plan for a seamless, easy, and unforgettable long-distance moving experience. And the service doesn't stop there. All of our customer care staff are ready to help with any issues along the way.
Now it’s your move.
We understand that every move is unique, which is why you have the ability to tailor your services to best fit your needs. Let us unpack what you’re looking for.
When looking for a professional and trustworthy moving service, first make sure you understand the type of moving services you need, and make sure they provide clear upfront rates without hidden fees. High-quality, trustworthy, reliable movers offer a customized move plan with clear pricing and a stress-free moving experience.
Also, check online reviews for the company. Read customer reviews on Google, Yelp, and Foursquare to see what kind of moving service experience past long-distance moving customers have had.
Most long-distance moving companies typically need several weeks' notice to book. However, if you book with Bellhop, you can book long-distance movers and obtain an accurate cost estimate in as little as eight days before your move.
Average long-distance moving costs vary according to size and distance to travel, but according to the American Moving and Storage Association, the average cost of a long-distance move is $4,300. This total was calculated after accounting for the cost of moving resources such as supplies and accommodations (hotel costs, etc.)
Customers can find cost savings by comparing quotes between companies, using a pod storage container, or using a labor-only moving service such as Bellhop.
Whether your move follows an in-state or interstate moving process, one of the most essential packing tips is to store belongings inside boxes and storage bins. You can have a few loose items, but the vast majority of items should be packed in cardboard boxes or plastic containers. This will make it is easier on the movers who will be packing, loading, and unloading everything from your home.
It also helps to label each portable container and indicate the room it will go in at your new home ("kitchen," "bedroom," etc.) for easier unloading. For any special items requiring the utmost care, be sure to label them as fragile items.
You should also bring a packing list with you so that we can help match your belongings to the right box of items when they arrive at your new home. This will make unpacking a much faster and less stressful experience since everything is identified from the get-go.
If you need help packing, movers such as Bellhop offer specialty services including packing supplies, kits for DIY packing, and partial or full-pack services.
You should find a local moving company who offers long-distance services like Bellhop. You can start booking online or just contact one of our helpful customer service agents. We can then connect you with our team of movers and rental trucks in your area.
Establishing a timeline with the movers will help you stay organized. Also, have them give you a ballpark estimate of the cost of your move and price options that include a mixture of services. Don't forget to ask about additional cost factors like fuel costs or per-mile charges that are in addition to their standard quote. This way, there won't be any surprises when they come to your house on moving day.
Ensure your delivery company quote includes a comprehensive insurance plan and, if needed, options of additional protection plans through insurance companies that offer reliable insurance services. An insurance requirement should stay top of mind for larger moves and is worth the additional cost.
The fewer boxes of belongings and the easier the moving process goes, the less you pay. When packing items, prioritize what fits in the new home and prioritize your most valuable belongings first. Once done, filter down from there. Think about it carefully. Every bit over time helps. For instance, if you don't have a lot of space in the new home for a decorative item or all your clothes and shoes, remove unnecessary items. Additionally, if your current appliances won't fit, sell them before you move so they don't take up space on your truck. If not, you may end up storing more than one box with items you will never use.
Be sure to do any decluttering before the move to allow for a clean entrance and hallways. All combined, this work can decrease the number of days for loading.
When you find the perfect house in a new town, you're excited, but also nervous about how it'll work out. One of the most important things to consider for residential and commercial moves is how far away the house will be from your office or school. Will it take too long to commute? Are there stores nearby that have what you need? Is there good public transportation nearby?
When looking for a new house, learning the experiences of trusted friends and family is important. Ask them what they think about it, if there's anything you need to know or worry about, and how long their commute was from where they lived before. It also helps to look at some schools in that town too. Are they good? Are they overcrowded? How's the public transportation in relation to your house and work/school?
When you find the perfect house in a new town, you're excited, but also nervous about how it'll work out. One of the most important things to consider is how far away the house will be from your office or school. Will it take too long to commute? Are there stores nearby that have what you need? Is there good public transportation nearby?
When looking for a new house getting input from your friends and family is important. Ask them what they think about it, if there's anything you need to know or worry about, and how long their commute was from where they lived before. It also helps to look at some schools in that town too - are they good, are they overcrowded? How's the public transportation in relation to your house and work/school?
The final thing you need to do when looking for that perfect new home is to make sure it's a place where you can really be yourself! It might seem like an odd choice on this list but there'll come a time when you need to make the call between a job or staying in your current location and it's not worth having that stress on top of everything else.
Move forward, leave anxiety behind.