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When you seriously consider moving to Kansas, the biggest challenge would be to hire a trustworthy moving company. You need a reliable name to pack the entire household belongings, load the truck, unload it and unpack at the new home intact. Do not worry as MoverJunction is there to help you relocate the home. We have a network of top-rated moving companies in Kansas.
As our motive is to deliver first-class moving services, we have only properly licensed, insured, and BBB-certified movers and this saves you from the fear of your belongings falling into wrong hands. Based on your preference – moving quote, the volume of your items, the mode of transport, the moving date, and other factors – you can select a mover in Kansas from our pool.
We take pride in helping more than 1 million homes in the US relocate locally, interstate, and cross-country. Our 10-year stint in the moving industry has taught us to understand the demands of everyone and to provide the best-in-class moving experience, we admit movers in our network only after they are properly verified.
Our network consists of moving companies in Kansas
Benefits of using MoverJunction.com
There are 2 ways to find movers on MoverJunction
Our extensive Movers Directory is simple to use. Click the ‘city you prefer relocating to’ and scroll down to see the top-rated movers in that particular location whom you can hire to move either locally or long-distance.
Select the specific mover’s name and its details will appear. Read about the services offered, whether it can move you long-distance or are the services just limited within the state.
Also, the MC and DOT numbers of the mover prove that it is properly verified by the authorities. In addition, the year of establishment of the moving company in Kansas will help you know how long the mover is in business.
There’s also information about the ‘hours of operation’ based on which you decide when to call it for a purpose.
You hire a moving company in Kansas to move within the state or the neighboring states. However, while moving from a faraway state (Maine, Vermont, or New Hampshire); your choice would be a moving company from your location. As our wide network includes movers from every state, it is easy for you to hire a mover from your location. The process is just the same as we talked about in Kansas.
When you calculate the moving cost to Kansas, you need to consider multiple factors including the distance, the volume of household items you move, and the mode of transport you choose. Also, the mover will have specific factors that decide the cost.
Kansas is one of the largest states in the US; spread over 82,278 square miles and where in Kansas you move is also a big factor while we calculate the moving cost. You may be moving to Kansas from a neighboring state (Missouri, Oklahoma, Colorado, or Nebraska) or a faraway state (Maine, Vermont, or Washington) and the cost would be different based on from where you are moving in.
Here’s an approximate moving cost from different states to Kansas
|From State||Studio/1 bedroom||2-3 bedroom||4+ bedroom|
A moving company in Kansas needs to consider the following factors while making a moving cost estimate:
The total volume of the household belongings you take to the new home directly impacts the moving cost. The more volume you are moving, the costlier the relocation will be.
The distance between your present home and the location in Kansas where you relocate the home is crucial in determining the moving cost.
A moving company in Kansas will put a price tag on every packing material used. This would be added up to the final moving cost.
Every service you opt from a mover has got its price. This can be disassembling and reassembling furniture, moving specialty items, or moving supplies provided by movers such as a stretch wrap, felt pads, and mattress bags. And your final moving cost will include the price for the additional services you obtained.
Based on your home size in Kansas, you may require additional space to store your items. While you hire a storage unit from the moving company, the rental will be added to the total moving cost.
As most people move in summer, the season is costlier to relocate the home. Instead, moving in winter, the off-season, you may get lucrative discounts. To cut down the moving cost, plan your move in winter.
You can get additional insurance against the household items moved to the new home as it is a nice decision for the security of the items but you need to remember that the premium would be added to the total moving cost.
In Kansas, any move within the state, often within a 100-mile radius is addressed as a local move. The movers calculate the costs differently for such moves. Usually, local moves in Kansas are charged on an hourly basis depending on the number of laborers required to accomplish the task.
Moving companies in Kansas charge around $50-$75 per mover per hour and in normal cases, a minimum of 2 workers would require hours to complete the task in addition to the 1 hour drive time. This means, in Kansas, you’ll be paying for at least 3 hours for 2 movers. The lowest amount a local mover would charge will be between $250 and $300 unless your move needs more hours or more people.
To get a clearer picture of moving cost within Kansas, consider the following:
|No. of bedrooms||No. of movers and hours||Approximate cost|
|1 bedroom||2 movers and 3 hours||$250-$500|
|2 bedroom||3 movers and 5 hours||$300-$750|
|3 bedroom||4 movers and 7 hours||$500-$1200|
|4 bedroom||5 movers and 9 hours||$1,200-$4,000|
To know more about local moving costs, read the MoverJunction guide on local moving quotes.
Unlike moving outside Kansas, you don't require a full-service moving company or a partial moving service company to move within the state. Though renting a professional moving company in Kansas is a good option, you can even consider moving without any professional assistance, but with a limited volume of household items.
Different ways to move somewhere inside Kansas
Local moving companies in Kansas provide both full-service and partial moving services. As the cost factor dissuades a few from full-moving service companies, they prefer partial moving service companies which are cheaper.
On MoverJunction, you will find licensed local movers in Kansas, providing both full-service and partial-moving services. You can pick a mover of your preference.
One of the best ways to move the home cheaply in Kansas is to rent a truck, fill your belongings into it and drive to the new home. As the only cost you need to bear is the truck rental, which may be somewhere around $30 to $47 per day plus the fuel cost, you save hundreds of dollars here while moving locally.
When you are not fond of driving a truck to the new home, hire a portable moving container and fill your belongings as per convenience. The company will deliver the container to your new home in a few days. As a portable container within 50 miles would cost you around $400 to $500, you won’t need to shell out much to relocate the home within Kansas.
Rent a utility trailer to fill it with your household belongings and tow it behind your vehicle. This is one of the best ways to move home in Kansas when you’ve got just limited belongings to pack.
Why not squeeze all your belongings into the car and drive to the new home? This is one of the cheapest ways to relocate the home in Kansas but the household items need to be limited to fit into the car. And if the stuff is slightly more than what your car can hold, take the help of a friend and his car.
While moving within Kansas, you’ve got many options that are cheap and convenient but moving long-distance or cross-country from Kansas is a little different.
While moving long-distance or cross-country, the moving options are greatly based on how far you’re moving and how many household items you’re carrying.
Also, the DIY option is not always the safe bet to move cross-country as the rental trucks cost a lot more when you’re renting them to drive through multiple states. When you consider the truck rental, gas price, and other hassles that come up while driving long distances, the DIY option is not a good choice.
Instead, consider one from the following two options:
When you rent a full-service moving company in Kansas it’ll pack the belongings, load the truck, and unload it at the new home. Despite being a little costlier, a full-service mover is worthy for long-distance moving.
For many, a full-service mover is a pricey option which they don’t want to choose. In that case, hiring a company offering partial moving services is a good decision as it’ll help to load and unload the stuff into a truck, which you can drive to the new home.
Similarly, you may also look into the moving container option.
Yes, you can get up to 4 moving quotes on MoverJunction. As reliable moving service is our offer, we provide not just names of top-rated moving companies in Kansas, but even quotes from them, based on which you can decide on whom to hire for professional moving services. Also, you can use our free moving cost calculator to crunch the numbers correctly to have an accurate moving cost estimate.
While you hire a mover in Kansas to relocate the home, you are permitting it to handle entire personal belongings which may include even expensive items. Always confirm that the mover is reliable and trustworthy and your belongings are in safe hands.
Fortunately, MoverJunction’s network only has licensed and registered moving companies as we verify the license and confirm its background before permitting a moving company into our network.
However, in case you’re hiring a mover in Kansas outside us, you need to confirm:
You need to know that moving quotes can always be tweaked but you need to know the art to do it. As the first step, collect as many quotes as you can. Compare them to learn what is missing in each quote and ask the mover in Kansas to include them if you want. Also, cut down all unnecessary services and see how much it will change the moving cost
If nothing works out, show it the different moving quotes you have in hand and tell the company to make it know that you have got different options. There is no doubt that the moving company will be ready to slash the cost.
Some other ways to bring down the moving cost include:
When you approach a moving company in Kansas, you need to consider:
Usually, auto moving companies deal with the transport of automobiles. They are specialized in car moving and the formula to calculate car moving quotes is different. However, a few home moving companies also deal with auto transport. To know more about auto moving, read the MoverJunction auto moving guide.
Though there is no rule related to tipping, you can offer a tip as a gesture to workers for a satisfying service provided. When you assign a mover in Kansas the task to relocate the home, it is expected to safely deliver your household stuff at the new home, and like any service provider; the workers may expect recognition for a job well done. Offer beverages (water, sports drink, soda) and food (breakfast rolls, sandwiches, pizza, cookies), which will be a good gesture.
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