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You may have a plan to move to Nevada but the biggest challenge is who to assign the task to relocate the home. You need a reliable moving company in Nevada to pack your household belongings, load the truck, unload them at the new home, and unpack the items. Do not worry as it is no more a challenge. MoverJunction brings the top-rated movers in Nevada to one place from where you can select one based on multiple factors such as quotes, services, and potential to handle special items.
We know how much you value your belongings and the security of your household items during transit is our priority. Our network consists of only professionally licensed, insured, and BBB-certified moving companies. This saves you from the fear of your belongings falling into wrong hands.
We take pride in our successful track record of helping about 1 million homes relocate both locally and long-distance. As we are committed to delivering premium moving services, we thoroughly verify each mover before admitting into our network and as a result, you get a reliable, affordable, and professional moving experience.
Our pool consists of moving companies in Nevada
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There are 2 ways to find moving companies on MoverJunction:
It’s easy to use our Mover’s Directory. Just click the State and the City you’re interested in moving in. Scrolling down, you’ll find the top movers in that particular area.
Click on a specific mover in Nevada and its details will appear on the screen.
Read the services offered by the mover. A few movers can provide only local moving services while many companies offer both local and long-distance/cross country moving services. Based on your need, you can choose a moving company. To help you more, both MC and DOT numbers of the specific moving company along with the year of the establishment will appear on the screen.
In addition, our Movers Directory also provides ‘the working days’ and ‘hours of operation’ of each mover, which make it easy to calculate the date when a moving company in Nevada informs you about the delivery.
While moving to Nevada from California, Utah, Arizona, or any neighboring state, you may hire a moving company in Nevada. But moving here from a faraway state, you might probably prefer a mover from your specific location. Do not worry as our network is wide and large with moving companies from across the country. This means you can pick a mover from your specific location from our network to move to Nevada.
There is no fixed price tag for moving to Nevada as the cost is decided by multiple factors, such as the distance you cover, the total volume of items you prefer moving, the season you are moving, and the type of transport you prefer for moving. Moreover, there are two important questions – where in Nevada are you moving, and from where you are moving to Nevada?
Nevada is the 7th largest state with an area of 110, 577 square miles. So where in Nevada are you moving to – is a major factor in determining the cost. Moving to Nevada from Utah, Idaho, or Oregon is cheaper than moving here from the other side of the US, such as Connecticut, New York, Vermont, or North Carolina.
Here’s an approximate moving cost from different states to Nevada
|From State||Studio/1 bedroom||2-3 bedroom||4+ bedroom|
While you prepare a moving cost estimate to Nevada, consider the following factors:
The volume of household belongings you prefer to move to the new home plays a big role in determining the moving cost. The more items you have, it will be more expensive to move the home.
For a moving company in Nevada, the distance between two locations – the starting point and your final destination is vital in determining the moving cost. The far you move, the costlier your relocation will be.
When you hire a mover and include the packing services into the quote, it will bring the packing materials on the moving day. However, you need to include the cost of packing materials in the final moving cost.
A mover you assign to relocate the house will always be willing to render additional services upon request. This may be assembling or disassembling heavy furniture, moving a special item, or loading an item that’s not mentioned in the moving quote. However, it is chargeable and a mover will add it to the total moving cost.
Maybe your new home in Nevada is smaller in size and you need additional space to store your household items. You can hire a storage unit and maybe the moving company in Nevada might offer you one on rent. You can hire a unit against a cost that will be added up to the total cost.
The moving date is crucial in calculating the total cost. This is because summers are highly expensive as most people prefer moving the home in that season of the year. And the chances to obtain a good deal or discount are low. However, in winter, very few people relocate their homes, and movers in Nevada will offer you attractive deals. This ensures that you move the home in winter at about 20% cheaper or more than in summer.
The additional insurance against stuff that is moved will get added up to the moving cost.
In Nevada, a move within a 100-mile radius or within the state boundaries is called a local move. And the movers in Nevada calculate the moving cost differently, on an hourly basis, which means the hours took plus the number of workers you need to complete the task.
So how much would you need to spend to locally move in Nevada?
In Nevada, a home moving would take a minimum of 2 laborers and 2 hours in addition to the 1 hour drive time and this means approximately you would require paying for 3 hours for 2 movers. On average, a mover in Nevada would charge you between $250 and $300 unless your move needs more hours or more people.
To get a clearer picture of moving cost within Nevada, 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 need to move long-distance or cross-country from Nevada, you may need to rely upon a full-service moving company or a partial moving service company. However, while moving locally, you don’t need a full-service mover in Nevada; instead, there are many cheap ways if the cost is the factor. You can move even without professional assistance but the household belongings need to be limited.
Different ways to move somewhere inside Nevada
While moving within the boundaries of Nevada, you can hire either a full-service mover or partial moving service company.
A full-service moving company in Nevada has its own advantages. It saves you from every agony related to moving and will take up the entire tasks involved, such as packing, loading the truck, unloading it, and unpacking the household items. It is true that a full-service mover is costlier but when you have one at your side, you can sit back and relax on the moving day.
If the cost is a factor, consider hiring a partial moving service company that can help you load the truck and unload it at the new home. It is cheaper than a full-service mover.
In Nevada, you can take a truck on rent and fill your household belongings in it to drive to the new home. This is one of the cheapest ways to move home as you need to pay only the truck rental, which may be somewhere around $30 to $47 per day plus the fuel cost.
To move within a limited budget, many people in Nevada hire portable moving containers that are dropped at doorsteps by moving companies. You can fill a container at your convenience and the moving company will deliver it to your new address in a few days. A portable container within 50 miles would cost you around $400 to $500.
When you’ve just a limited volume of stuff to be moved, hire a utility trailer and tow behind your vehicle. This is one of the best ways to locally move the home in Nevada. However, ensure that your vehicle has a trailer hitch for that.
Some people squeeze the entire household stuff into the car and drive to the new home in Nevada. You too can try this option but the volume of belongings needs to be extremely low. And if the volume is a little more than what can be fit inside your vehicle, take the help of a friend and his car.
Though you have many options to move within Nevada State, moving a home long-distance is slightly different.
When you have a plan to relocate long-distance, the options would greatly be influenced by how far you’re moving and how much volume of household items you have.
While moving locally in Nevada, you can opt for a DIY method but it won’t work for cross-country or long-distance moving. This is because rental trucks cost high when you’re renting them to drive cross country, plus the gas charges and drive time along with the headaches that come with driving long distances.
And this leaves you two options to consider:
When you hire a full-service moving company in Nevada, it will take up the responsibility to handle every aspect of moving. From packing to unpacking, assembling and disassembling your furniture to driving the truck and loading and unloading all the items, it will handle everything with ease. Despite a full-service mover being a little costlier, it makes your long-distance move smooth and hassle-free.
You can go for a partial moving service company if the full-service moving company's cost is beyond your budget. By hiring a partial moving service company, your moving process gets a professional touch and the entire process becomes faster and smooth.
You can even consider hiring a portable container to move long distance.
Yes, you can get up to 4 moving quotes on MoverJunction. Since we are one of the prominent names in the moving industry, we deliver all moving-related services, which include offering 4 moving quotes, which you can compare and choose. Also, there is a free moving cost calculator to get an accurate moving cost estimate.
Hiring a moving company is a big challenge because when you choose a mover, it gains the access to every household belonging including special items and expensive ones at home. And someone with a dubious background handling your belongings is the last thing you want. So make sure that the moving company in Nevada is genuine and has a clean track record. The company should be licensed and registered and also shouldn’t have changed the name in the recent past.
You’re fortunate that a mover in our network is properly licensed and MoverJunction promises that your belongings will reach the new home safely.
However, in case you’re hiring a mover in Nevada outside us, you need to confirm:
While you hire a moving company, you are giving it the right to handle the entire household belongings, which even may have expensive items. Always be sure that the mover in Nevada you hire is a legitimate one with a clean track record. Someone you hire to relocate the home going away with the precious items is the last thing you want. Always ask for the license and registration details of your mover. As per federal law, it is your right to know the registration details before you hire a moving company. Moreover, all interstate movers need to register with the Federal Government and you can confirm the details in the U.S. DOT system.
A few movers change names frequently to eschew from the law and authorities and confirm that you are not hiring someone with a dubious track record. Check the company’s profile on the Better Business Bureau (BBB), whether it is accredited by the BBB.
However, if you hiring a mover in Nevada through MoverJunction, you can breathe easily as our network only has genuine moving companies.
When you approach a moving company in Nevada, you need to consider:
You need to keep a 6-week window between approaching the moving company and the date of moving. As you approach a minimum of 4 movers, each company will send a representative to your home to take the stock of the entire belongings before offering the final quote. This is followed by multiple levels of negotiation and each will take its own time. Hence, it’s always safe to have a 6-week gap.
You need to ensure that animals are in their cat/dog carrier prior to the movers arriving at the home. Animals are curious and can get underfoot. If your dog isn’t good around strangers please have them tied up or in their carrier. The moving company cannot transport any live animal, no dogs, cats, fish, or reptiles are allowed in the truck.
If you are moving locally, frozen foodstuff can be okay to stay in the freezer for approximately 4 hours and the moving team will have no problem moving it. Make sure the movers know about it and the freezer is one of the last things that are loaded onto the removal vehicle so it can be offloaded first.
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