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When you have a plan to move to Minnesota, you also need to seriously think about how safe you can take your household belongings there. And a reliable moving company in Minnesota is a must for that. So where can you find a trustworthy mover who you can assign the task to pack your household items, load them into a truck, drive to the new home, unload the truck, and unpack the household items? It is no more a challenge as MoverJunction is there to help you. We bring all the top-rated movers in Minnesota in one place.
We are extremely proud to claim that in our 10-year tenure in the moving industry, we’ve helped about 1 million homes relocates in the US, locally and long-distance. We are committed to delivering premium services. Our continuous relationship with clients has helped us recognize your demands while searching for movers. Hence, we admit movers in our network only after they meet specific standards.
Our network consists of moving companies in Minnesota
Benefits of using MoverJunction.com
You’ve got 2 ways to find movers on MoverJunction:
It is easy to use the Mover’s Directory from MoverJunction. When you click on the State and the City you prefer moving to, a list of the best movers in that particular area will appear on the screen.
Click on a specific moving company and its details will be available on your screen. The information including, whether it moves your home interstate/long-distance and cross-country or are the services are limited to local will appear. Based on this, you can filter down a mover to your destination.
As we display both the MC and DOT numbers of the mover, you can be sure about the authenticity and reliability of the moving company. Similarly, we also mention the year of the establishment of the mover, helping you know how long it is in the business.
The Movers Directory also mentions both the working days and working hours of the mover that will help you know when to contact the moving company in Minnesota for a specific purpose.
While a few movers in Minnesota work even on weekends, a few movers don’t. When you know the working days and hours of a specific mover, it is easy to calculate the date, when the moving company tells you that your household stuff will reach the new house within specific working days.
While moving within Minnesota or moving here from a neighboring state (North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, or Wisconsin), a moving company in Minnesota will be your preference. However, while moving here from a faraway state (Arizona, California, Nevada, or Maine), you may prefer a moving company in your location. As our network is vast and spread across the US, you’ll find here moving companies from every state. You can comfortably pick a mover from your state to move to the new home affordably.
Minnesota is one of the largest states in the US, with an area of 86,935.83 square miles. And the cost for moving to different parts of the state will be different, based on where you are moving from.
Also, you need to know that there no fixed moving cost to a specific location but a moving company will consider multiple factors, such as your current location, the destination you are moving to, the volume of household belongings you move, the season you move, and the type of moving service while calculating the moving cost.
Here’s an approximate moving cost from different states to Minnesota
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When you calculate the moving cost estimate to Minnesota, consider the following factors:
The total volume of the household items you move directly impacts the moving cost. The larger volume your stuff is, the costlier the moving quote will be.
The distance you move to relocate the home is vital in determining the moving cost.
When a mover in Minnesota packs your belongings on the moving day, he puts a price tag on every packing material used. This would be added up to the final moving cost.
Every service you receive from a mover has a 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 the cost will be added to the final moving cost.
After moving to Minnesota, may be you would require additional space to store your household items. You can hire a storage unit from the moving company but the rental will be added to the total moving cost
As most people prefer relocating the home in summer, the season is highly costly and you have fewer chances of grabbing a good moving deal. Instead, plan to move in winter, when you may get lucrative discounts.
When you take insure additionally against the household items that are moved, it ensures extra safety. However, the premium would be added to the total moving cost.
For a moving company in Minnesota, any move within the state boundaries or a 100-mile radius is a local move and it is calculated on an hourly basis. This means, while relocating to a home within Minnesota, the cost would be based on the number of laborers work plus the hours taken to accomplish the task.
Here, you would need to spend between $50 and $75 per mover per hour to move an average house. When you require a minimum of 2 laborers and 2 hours in addition to the 1 hour drive time to relocate the home, you would need to pay for at least 3 hours for 2 movers, and the lowest amount a mover in Minnesota would charge you would be between $250 and $300 unless your move needs more hours or more people.
To get a clearer picture of moving cost within Minnesota, 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.
When you have to move outside Minnesota, you need a full-service moving company or a partial moving service company, considering the distance, fuel cost, and other on-road challenges. However, when you are moving with the state or locally, you don’t require a professional moving company, instead, there are many options that will save you hundreds of dollars.
Different ways to move somewhere inside Minnesota
While you hire a professional full-service moving company in Minnesota, it takes care of every moving-related concern. However, it is costlier than a partial moving service company which can load and unload the truck.
When you have to move within Minnesota, take a truck on rental and fill your household stuff into it to drive to the new home within 100 miles away. You will realize that the total moving cost is extremely low, in comparison to hiring a full-service moving company as the only expense you need to bear is the truck rental, which may be somewhere around $30 to $47 per day plus the fuel cost.
In Minnesota, people hire a portable moving container and fill the household belongings into it. The moving company will transport the container to the new home and will deliver your items in a few days. One of the big benefits of hiring a portable moving container is that you can fill it in at your convenience. Normally in Minnesota, a portable container within 50 miles may cost you around $400 to $500.
When you’ve just a limited volume of household items, you don’t need a truck, instead can move them in a cargo or utility trailer. Hire a cargo trailer, fill your belongings into it, and tow it behind your vehicle to drive to the new home.
You can even move your home in your car. However, the household stuff needs to be limited. Squeeze all your belongings into the car and drive to the new home. When you feel the stuff will not completely fit into the car, call up a friend and ask him to carry the rest of the items in his car.
You’ve got many options to move locally in Minnesota but while moving outside the state, especially cross-country, the scene is different.
Your moving options are mostly based on how far you’re moving and what is the volume of household items you have.
When you’re moving locally, the DIY option was a good choice but not for a long-distance move as the truck rental to drive cross-country is highly expensive. Also, you would require shelling out a big amount for fuel plus the hassles on the road are extra.
This leaves you just two options:
When you hire a full-service moving company in Minnesota, it will give your relocation a professional touch, making the process smooth and faster. Being professionals, the laborers will pack the belongings, load the truck, and unload it at the new home in no time. It is true that the services are a little expensive but a full-service mover will relieve you from every moving-related activity.
Some people feel a full-service moving company is a costlier option to relocate the home and instead they hire a partial moving service company. It will help you load the truck and unload it at the new home. It will also provide packing services for an additional cost.
Yes, you can get up to 4 moving quotes on MoverJunction. We are committed to providing first-class moving solutions and MoverJunction takes pride in offering up to 4 moving quotes, from which you can choose the best one. Also, there is a free cost calculator to get an accurate moving cost estimate.
You hire a mover to relocate the home safely. While hiring a moving company in Minnesota, the security of your household items must be the priority. Hence, ensure the mover you are about to deal with is genuine and it has not changed the name in the past. Also, you need to confirm that the mover is licensed and registered as only licensed movers can transit your household belongings interstate.
One of the best ways to verify the moving company’s profile is to check the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and ensure it is accredited by the BBB.
However, you are fortunate that a moving company in Minnesota hired through MoverJunction is always genuine as we have only licensed moving companies in the network.
And in case you’re hiring a mover in Minnesota outside us, you need to confirm:
To safely pack your household belongings, hire a professional moving company in Minnesota. As a moving company is proficient in packing, it will bring high-quality packing materials and cartons and ensure that all china, glassware, and crystal items are wrapped individually before packing, all rugs and carpets are rolled and wrapped, all large or valuable furniture pieces and appliances are padded for transport and that other such measures are taken on your behalf.
When you approach a moving company in Minnesota, you need to consider:
Always remember that the earlier you hire a moving company, the easier the process will be. There needs to be a 6-week window between approaching the moving company and the date of moving. As you approach a minimum of 4 movers, a representative from each company will visit the home to take the stock of the entire belongings before offering the final quote. Later, multiple levels of negotiation take place which will consume two weeks or more. Hence, it’s always good to maintain a 6-week gap.
Usually, car moving companies deal with the transport of cars. They are specialized in auto moving and the costs are different from home moving. However, a few home moving companies also deal with auto transport. To know more about auto moving, read the MoverJunction auto moving guide.
It is against the law to move combustible or flammable materials. Hence, a mover in Minnesota would not transport combustible materials including but not limited to, cleaning solvents, corrosives, fireworks or flares, gasoline, kerosene, motor fuel, lamp oil, oil-based paints, thinners, and varnishes, lighter fluid, fire extinguishers, nail polish remover, bleach, sterno, aerosol cans, propane containers and cylinders, matches, and old batteries.
Apart from that, every moving company will have a policy related to the items that are moved. You can check with the company during the initial discussion.
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