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When we think about moving to Nebraska, we all aspire to hire a moving company to make the relocation process smooth and safe. We need a trustworthy mover to relocate the home, which involves packing the entire household belongings, loading the truck, driving it to the new home, unloading the truck, and unpacking the stuff safely. Earlier, it was a challenge but not anymore as MoverJunction is there to help you. We have a network of the best moving companies in Nebraska on offer.
MoverJunction gives you the facility to pick a mover in Nebraska from a pool of the top-rated movers based on a quote, services, potential to handle specific items, or any other factor. As we are committed to delivering first-class moving services, our network consists of only licensed, insured, and BBB-certified moving companies. This saves you from the fear of safety related to your household belongings during transit.
MoverJunction has the experience of moving more than a million homes in the US, both locally and long-distance. Our 10-year experience has taught us what a customer looks like in a moving company while hiring to relocate the home. And this ensures that all moving companies in our network are properly verified and certified.
Our network consists of moving companies in Nebraska
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Our Mover’s Directory is simple to use. Select the State and the City you’re interested in moving in. Scroll down and you’ll find the top-rated moving companies there whom you can hire to relocate the home both locally or long distance.
When you click on a specific mover, its details will appear on the screen – information such as whether it is dealing with local moving or move interstate and long distance/cross country. As both the MC and DOT numbers of the specific mover appear on the screen, you can easily realize how authentic the mover is. Along with that, the year of commencement is also appearing on the page, helping you know how much experience the moving company has.
We provide information related to the ‘working hours’ of each moving company and when you are told that the household belongings will reach the new home within specific working days, it is easy to calculate the date you’ll receive your stuff.
While moving within Nebraska or moving here from a neighboring state (Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Wyoming, or South Dakota), you may hire a mover in Nebraska. But this may not be true when you are moving here from a faraway state (Maine, New York, or California). Instead, you may prefer a moving company from your location. However, our network includes movers from every state in the US and this makes it easy for you to find a mover to Nebraska from your current location on MoverJunction. This makes your job easier.
To give an exact long-distance moving cost in advance is a challenge as it is determined by your current location, the distance from there to your new destination in Nebraska, the volume of household belongings you move, the season you move, and the type of moving service.
Nebraska State is spread over 77,358 square miles and there’s no common price tag for moving here. While moving here from California, Vermont, Connecticut, or Maine, you will need to spend more than moving here from Missouri, Iowa, or Colorado.
Here’s an approximate moving cost from different states to Nebraska
|From State||Studio/1 bedroom||2-3 bedroom||4+ bedroom|
You need to consider the following factors while preparing the moving estimate to Nebraska:
The volume of household items you move to the new home is crucial in determining the moving cost. The more stuff you have, the costlier the relocation will be.
When you hire a mover in Nebraska, it will consider the distance between two locations, the fuel charges, mode of transport, and a few other factors related to travel in providing the final moving quote.
When you want the mover to pack your household items, it will bring in packing materials and will add its price to the final cost.
On the moving day, the mover will take up additional services, such as handling a special item or dissembling furniture and reassembling it. However, it will add the cost for additional services to the total moving cost.
Post you reach Nebraska, based on your household items and the space at the new home; you may require additional space and can rent a storage unit from the moving company. However, the rental will reflect on the total moving cost.
As most people prefer relocating the house in summer, it is difficult to get discounts and offers on moving quotes in summer. As a result, the moving cost will be higher. Instead, the winter is the least preferred time to relocate the house. You’ll get better deals and discounts at this time of the year. So if moving the home on a low budget is your goal, plan your moving in winter.
You can take additional insurance against the household stuff you move but it will get added up to the total moving cost.
For movers in Nebraska, a move within the boundaries of the state or a 100-mile radius is a local move. And a local move cost is calculated on an hourly basis, which means the hours taken plus the number of workers you need to complete the task.
Normally, a moving company would require a minimum of 2 laborers and 2 hours in addition to the 1 hour drive time to relocate home. This means, you would need to pay for at least 3 hours for 2 movers.
In Nebraska, you would require spending approximately about $50-$75 per mover per hour and this means to move home locally, you would need to spend between $250 and $300 unless your move needs more hours or more people.
To get a clearer picture of moving cost within Nebraska, 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.
While you move interstate or cross-country from Nebraska, you would need a professional moving company, considering the distance and volume of household belongings. However, relocating within the state is easier with you having many options, including the DIY that is cheaper.
Different ways to move somewhere inside Nebraska
When you have a large volume of household belongings, including special and large items, a professional full-service moving company in Nebraska is the best option. When you have a full-service company at your side, you’re relieved from all pain related to moving, and the company will take the charge to pack your belongings, load the truck, unload it, and unpack the household items at the new home within 100 miles.
A full-service mover is costlier and when you think it will disrupt your moving budget, you can hire a partial moving service company that will help you load the truck and unload it at the new home.
Taking a truck on rent and driving it to the new home with all your household belongings is an easy way to relocate the house on a minimal budget. The total cost that you may need to spend will be the truck rental, which will be something between $30 to $47 per day, and the fuel cost.
You can even hire a portable moving container in Nebraska. The company will drop the moving container at your doorstep a day before the moving day. You can fill the household belongings into it as per the convenience and the mover will drop the container at the new address in a few days. A portable container within 50 miles would cost you around $400 to $500 in Nebraska.
When your household belongings are very limited, even a utility trailer is enough to relocate them to the new home. Fill the stuff into the trailer and tow it behind your vehicle. This is a common way to locally move the home in Nebraska.
You can even squeeze your belongings into your car and drive to the new home in Nebraska. However, the stuff needs to be too limited and the distance should also be lesser than 100 miles. If the volume is a little more than what can be fit inside your vehicle, take the help of a friend and his car.
When you’re moving locally, you’ve got many options including the DIY but when it comes to interstate or long-distance moving, they are greatly based on how far you’re moving and how much stuff you have to move.
A DIY option may work fine for local moving but it is not a good choice for moving long-distance from Nebraska as rental trucks cost a lot more when you need to drive them through multiple states. Also, the fuel cost, the drive time, and all the headaches that come with driving long distances will make DIY a painful experience.
Maybe you driving a truck to the next state would work, but to move anything longer, you need to consider the following two options:
A full-service moving company in Nebraska will help you with every aspect of moving, including packing to unpacking, assembling, and dissembling your furniture to driving the truck, and loading and unloading all the items. It ensures that the entire process becomes safe, easier, and faster. However, a drawback of a full-service moving company is the cost involved.
As a full-service moving company is expensive, some people prefer a partial moving service company for its affordability and the professionalism it brings into the moving process.
You can also consider portable moving containers.
Yes, you can get up to 4 moving quotes on MoverJunction. As our services are not just limited to offering names of moving companies in Nebraska, we also provide up to 4 moving quotes, from which you can choose the best one you feel. Also, there’s a free cost calculator which you can use to get an accurate moving cost estimate.
When you plan to relocate the home, the safety of your belongings will be the priority. Not all movers in Nebraska are holy and there exist bad apples whom you need to be extra cautious about. Always confirm that the mover whom you plan to hire is properly licensed and verified. Only a licensed moving company can move your belongings interstate. Also, the mover must have a clean track record.
Confirm the moving company’s profile on the Better Business Bureau (BBB), whether it is accredited by the BBB. The mover must not have changed the name in the past.
However, while hiring a moving company in Nebraska through MoverJunction, you can be confident about the services as we have only had genuine and licensed moving companies.
And in case you’re hiring a mover in Nebraska outside us, you need to confirm:
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In Nebraska, there is no rule related to tipping. However, you can offer a tip as a gesture to workers for a satisfying service provided. A moving company you hire takes up the responsibility to safely deliver your household stuff at the new home, and like any service provider; the laborers 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.
When you approach a moving company in Nebraska, you need to consider:
When you have a doubt related to the weight, you can demand reweighing before it is unloaded. Legally, there should not be an extra charge for reweighing but the final cost would be based on the reweighed weight. You also have the right to observe the weighing process and can also demand to observe the reweigh in writing.
Legally, you cannot move combustible or flammable materials. Hence, no mover will be ready to 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 in Nebraska will have a policy related to the items that are moved. Please check with the company while discussing the moving quote.
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.
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