COVID-19 update: As an essential service putting safety first, all of our movers wear PPE (masks) on every move.
We’ll ship the necessary supplies to your door so that you don’t have to worry about gathering everything yourself.
The right team will get you ready to move in a matter of hours.
Proper packing makes the rest of your move run smoothly and prevents your belongings from getting damaged during transit.
The best moving company ever! They came on time and packed my apartment up in less than 30m!
— Janay K., Customer in Baltimore
Connect with a member of our team.
In just a few minutes over the phone, a member of our concierge team can determine what you need and design a customized service plan.
Receive your packing supplies.
Boxes, bubble wrap, packing paper, rolls of tape and everything else you need will be shipped to your home prior to your service.
Relax and let your team wrap things up.
The day of your service, the team lead will let you know they’re on the way. Once everyone arrives, they’ll conduct a brief walk-through, take note of any instructions, and then get started.
Do I have to be there while my team is packing my belongings?
Do you bring mattress covers?
What if I need to cancel my service or adjust the number of rooms I want packed?
What is included in the packing supplies you send?
When I say “kitchen,” how do you know the time and resources that will take without ever seeing my kitchen?
Based on our experience and the data we’ve collected from previous work, we can determine the materials you’ll need simply by knowing the size and type of your home.
For instance, a large kitchen in a 3,000-square-foot, 3-bedroom home regularly requires: 2 small boxes, 6 medium boxes, 6 large boxes, 4 extra-large boxes, 60 pounds of packing paper, and 15 feet of Bubble Wrap.
We run these calculations for every room you specify and then build a moving kit that will accommodate your request.
Do your packers organize and label my boxes?
What if you run out of materials?
What if I decide I want more help on the day of my service?