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Moving to New Hampshire can be a challenge when you don’t have a reliable moving company at your side. You need someone to assure that all your personal belongings will reach the new home safely. And also the moving process needs to be affordable. Do not worry as MoverJunction is there to help you. We have a network of the most reliable moving companies in New Hampshire from which you can pick a mover to pack the household belongings, load the truck, and unload them at the new home and unpack them.
We have only professionally licensed, insured, and BBB-certified movers in New Hampshire in our pool and this ensures that you can hand over the household belongings without the fear of falling them into the wrong hands. To help you relocate the home affordably and safe is our motto.
We have experience of moving about 1 million homes in the US, both locally and long-distance. In our 10-year stint in the moving industry, we have learned what a client looks like in a mover while hiring to relocate the home, and hence, we admit movers in our network only after they satisfy specific standards.
Our network consists of moving companies in New Hampshire
Benefits of using MoverJunction.com
There are two ways you can find movers on MoverJunction
The MoverJunction Mover’s Directory is easy to use. Click the State and the City you’re interested in moving in and scroll down to find the top-rated moving companies there.
When you click on the 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. Along with that, both the MC and DOT numbers of the specific mover will also appear. In addition, our Movers Directory also displays the year of the establishment along with ‘working hours’ and ‘working days’.
You may choose a mover in New Hampshire while moving locally or relocating here from the neighboring state (Maine, Vermont, or Massachusetts). But while moving here from the other side of the country (such as Montana, Texas, or California), you may hire a mover from your location. As our network includes movers from every state in the US, you can comfortably find a mover to New Hampshire from your current location on MoverJunction. And this makes your job easier.
You need to know that a long-distance moving cost is greatly influenced by your current location, the distance from there to your new destination in New Hampshire, the volume of household belongings you move, the season you move, and the type of moving service. Your moving company will also have separate factors in deciding the cost.
While moving here from Washington, New Mexico, Idaho, or Nevada, you will need to spend more than moving here from New York, Ohio, or Pennsylvania.
Here’s an approximate moving cost from different states to Nebraska
|From State||Studio/1 bedroom||2-3 bedroom||4+ bedroom|
While you prepare a moving cost estimate to New Hampshire, you need to consider the following factors:
The volume of household items you want to take to the new home is crucial in determining the moving cost. The more items you have, the more expensive the move will be.
While you approach a moving company in New Hampshire for the final moving cost, it will consider the distance between two locations, the fuel charges, mode of transport, and a few other factors related to travel.
A mover will happily pack your belongings but will charge for the packing materials it brings on the moving day.
For every additional service like handling a special item or disassembling furniture and reassembling it, the mover will put a price tag, which will be included in the total moving cost.
Your new house in New Hampshire may be smaller in size and may require additional space to store your belongings. You can rent a storage unit from the moving company. However, the rental will reflect on the total moving cost.
When you need to move within a small budget, plan the relocation in winter. Because most people prefer moving to summer as the days are longer and sunny. As a result, the moving quotes will be higher in summer and you may not get a discount as expected. However, in winter, the moving companies will be ready to give you decent discounts, sometimes about 20%, which can make your moving much affordable.
You can take additional insurance against the household stuff you move but it will get added up to the total moving cost.
In New Hampshire, a move within the boundaries of the state or less than a 100-mile radius is a local move. And a mover in New Hampshire will calculate it differently, on an hourly basis, which means the hours took plus the number of workers you need to complete the task.
Normally, you may need a minimum of 2 laborers and 2 hours in addition to the 1 hour drive time to relocate home, which means you would require paying for at least 3 hours for 2 movers. In New Hampshire, a worker would cost approximately about $50-$75 per hour. This means 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 New Hampshire, 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’re moving within New Hampshire, you have got multiple options unlike moving long-distance. As you need to move thousands of miles with a huge volume of household items, you may require a professional moving company for long-distance moving. However, moving within the state is easier, and even moving yourself is possible within the budget.
Different ways to move somewhere inside New Hampshire
You can hire a full-service moving company in New Hampshire and entrust it with the task 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 feel it will not fit into your budget, you can hire a partial moving service company that will help you load the truck and unload it at the new home.
While moving locally in New Hampshire, you can get a truck on rent and fill your belongings into it to drive to the new home. As the cost to hire a truck is the only amount you need to spend, moving this way will save you hundreds of dollars. A truck on rent will cost you $30 to $47 per day in New Hampshire.
You can get a portable moving container on rent in New Hampshire that can be filled at your convenience. The moving company will drop the moving container at the new address in a few days. A portable container within 50 miles would cost you around $400 to $500 in New Hampshire.
When you have a very limited amount of household belongings, you can move the home in a utility trailer towed behind your vehicle. A lot of people relocate their homes in New Hampshire this way.
You can even squeeze your belongings into your car and drive to the new home. 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.
While you are moving locally within the boundaries of New Hampshire, you’ve got many DIY options but they won’t work while moving interstate or long-distance. Because the mode of moving your home is greatly influenced by the distance you need to move and the volume of stuff you want to take.
It is possible to rent a truck and drive it to the next state but crossing multiple states won’t work, considering the fuel cost, the drive time, and all the headaches that come with driving long distances.
This leaves you two options to consider:
Hire a full-service moving company in New Hampshire and give the relocation a professional touch. From packing to unpacking, assembling and disassembling your furniture to driving the truck and loading and unloading all the items, the entire process becomes safe, easier, and faster. However, a drawback of a full-service moving company is the cost involved.
When you feel that a full-service moving company is expensive, but wants to give a professional touch to the moving, consider hiring a partial moving service company. It is affordable and makes the moving process easy and stress-free.
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 New Hampshire, we provide up to 4 moving quotes, from which you can choose the best one. Also, there is a free cost calculator to obtain an accurate moving cost estimate.
We hire a moving company to ensure that our household belongings reach the new home safe and fast. However, not all movers in New Hampshire are reliable. There are bad apples in the industry and ensuring that your items don’t fall into wrong hands is the priority. Also, make sure that the mover you hire is properly licensed and verified. Only a licensed moving company can move your belongings interstate. Also, the mover must be a reliable one with a clean track record.
You need to verify the moving company’s profile on the Better Business Bureau (BBB), whether it is accredited by the BBB. There are a few fraud movers who frequently switch names to evade legal issues.
However, while hiring a mover in New Hampshire through MoverJunction, you can be confident about the services as our network only has genuine and licensed moving companies.
And in case you’re hiring a mover in New Hampshire outside us, you need to confirm:
As per the law, you cannot move combustible or flammable materials. Hence, no mover in New Hampshire 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 will have a policy related to the items that are moved. Please check with the company while discussing the moving quote.
It is always possible to bring down the moving cost. For that, you need to negotiate with the moving company in New Hampshire. One of the best ways to negotiate is to approach it with a minimum of 4 moving quotes and demand a tweak in the cost. Make the mover believe that you have different offers from competing moving companies and since no one prefers to lose business, the mover will be ready to slash the cost.
Some other ways to bring down the moving cost include:
When you approach a moving company in New Hampshire, you need to consider:
When you speak about the climate, summer is the best time as it would be sunny and days would be longer. Also, with no fog and snow, the roads would be clear. However, summer is extremely costly as almost everyone moves during that time of the year. You may not get a good deal and would require accepting what a moving company is offering. Instead, winter is a dull period for the moving industry and companies would offer good and alluring offers. If you plan to relocate within a budget, plan your move in winter when you can negotiate better.
No genuine mover will demand the payment in advance. When someone demands payment even before it starts the process, you need to realize that it is a moving scam and should drop the plan. Always make the payment after your household items reach the home.