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When you aspire to relocate to Oklahoma, you need to seriously consider hiring a trustworthy moving company that can take your household belongings to the new home. Your household items might include both specialty items and precious ones and reaching them at the new home safe should be your priority. The moving company in Oklahoma you hire must be efficient to proficiently pack your household belongings, load the truck, unload them at the new home, and unpack the items. And there’s none better than MoverJunction to rely upon.
We bring the best movers in Oklahoma in one place and you can pick a mover that suits your demands.
As we have only professionally licensed, insured, and BBB-certified moving companies in the network, you can confidently entrust them with the task to move all your personal household belongings. We promise that your household belongings will be safe during transit.
Our 10-experience in the moving industry has taught us what a client wants while hiring a moving company. And we admit a moving company in our network only after it meets specific standards. In the past decade, we have moved about 1 million homes in the US, both locally and long-distance. And this impeccable track record is our USP.
Our pool consists of moving companies in Oklahoma
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There are 2 ways for you to find moving companies on MoverJunction
To use our Movers Directory is simple. Just click the ‘city you want to move to’ and scroll down to see the top-rated movers there whom you can entrust the task to move the home either locally or long-distance.
When you click on a specific mover’s name, its details will appear on the screen. You’ll see the type of services offered, such as whether the mover is offering just local moving or delivers both local and long-distance moving services along with the MC and DOT numbers that show it is verified by authorities. Also, the year of establishment and both the working days and ‘hours of operation’ will be displayed on the screen.
While moving within Oklahoma or relocating here from a neighboring state, you will hire a moving company within the state. However, this may not work out while moving here from a faraway state. And maybe a moving company from your location would be your preference. And as MoverJunction has a robust network with moving companies from across the US, you will comfortably find an affordable moving company to Oklahoma from any state.
It is a tough task to provide an accurate moving cost because a long-distance moving cost in the US is decided by many factors including your current location, the volume of household belongings you move, the season you move, and the type of moving service. Apart from that, every moving company will have its criteria in preparing a moving cost estimate.
Always remember that moving to Oklahoma from a faraway state, such as Idaho, Oregon, or California will be costlier than moving here from the nearby states, such as Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, or Kansas.
Here’s an approximate moving cost from different states to Oklahoma.
|From State||Studio/1 bedroom||2-3 bedroom||4+ bedroom|
When you make a moving cost estimate to Oklahoma, consider the following factors:
The volume of household belongings you intent to move are crucial in deciding the total moving cost. The more items you want to take, the more expensive the moving will become.
A mover will consider the distance you move while relocating along with the fuel charges, mode of transport, and a few other factors related to travel.
You may take packing services from the company but remember that the cost for packing materials will be added to the total moving cost.
For any additional service that you opt on a moving day, the moving company in Oklahoma will charge and it will add the total moving cost.
When you are moving to smaller house in Oklahoma, you may feel the need for additional storage and can hire a storage unit from the moving company. However, the rental will reflect on the total moving cost
As summer is the peak moving season, you have less chances of obtaining a good deal and the moving quotes tend to be higher. In winter, less people prefer relocating the home and you have higher chances of getting discounts as movers in Oklahoma do not want to miss a business. So if you want to move within a budget, plan to relocate the house in winter. Also, public holidays are costlier to move homes in the US.
Additional insurance against the household stuff is a nice move. However, it will get added up to the total moving cost.
When you move within a 100-mile radius or the boundaries of Oklahoma, it becomes a local move. And movers in Oklahoma calculate it differently from interstate or long-distance moving.
A local move is calculated on an hourly basis, which means you will be billed based on how many workers are required to complete the task at a specific time.
In Oklahoma, the movers will charge approximately $50-$75 per mover per hour, and moving a normal1-bedroom home would require a minimum of 2 laborers to work for 2 hours in addition to the 1 hour drive time. This means you would require paying for at least 3 hours for 2 movers, which would be something between $250 and $300 unless your move needs more hours or more people.
To get a clearer picture of moving cost within Oklahoma, 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.
To move outside Oklahoma, especially for long-distance moving, you’ll need to hire a full-service moving company or a partial moving service company, considering the distance, cost, and headaches on road. However, to move within the state, you’ve got many cheaper options.
Different ways to move somewhere inside Oklahoma
A full-service moving company will pack your belongings, load the truck, unload it, and unpack the belongings, all for a cost. When you have a full-service mover in Oklahoma at your side, you can sit back and watch the professionals moving the home. However, the services are a little expensive.
Though full-time movers are convenient, they may sound costly for you. In that case, you can hire a partial moving service company which is more affordable but at the same time gives the moving professional touch.
In Oklahoma, to move the home within the state, you don’t need to hire a moving company. Instead, get a truck on rent and fill your belongings into it. Drive it to the new home and save hundreds of dollars. While moving this way, the only money you need to spend is the truck rental, which may come between $30 and $47 per day plus the fuel cost.
You can even take a portable moving container on rent and fill your belongings into it at your convenience. The moving company will drop a container a day before the moving date and collect it once you fill it. The container will be delivered at you new address within a few days. A portable container may cost you just about $400 to $500 to move within 50 miles in Oklahoma.
When the stuff you need to move is limited, hire a utility trailer and fill your stuff into it. Tow the trailer behind your vehicle and drive to the new home.
You can even move your belongings in your car. However, the household stuff needs to be limited to fit inside a car. Squeeze them into the car with open seats, floors, and a trunk. When you feel the items would not fit into the car, you can take a friend’s help and fill the rest of the stuff into his car.
While moving locally in Oklahoma, you can pick a DIY option but moving interstate or cross-country is altogether different and the DIY won’t be a suitable bet here. When you’re moving outside the state, your moving options depend upon how far you’re moving and how much you are taking along with you.
To move within the state, you can drive a truck but that won’t work when you’ve to drive through multiple states as it is highly expensive considering the taxes and other expenses, apart from the gas, drive time, and all the headaches that come with driving long distances.
Driving to the next state of a few hundred miles is fine but not to 1,000 miles or more. For that, you’ve got two options:
When you hire a full-service moving company, you’re relieved of all moving-related worries as the professionals would handle special items and will also take up additional add-ons whenever required.
A full-service mover in Oklahoma is however expensive. You may require something that fits into your budget and at the same time professional. Getting a partial moving service provider is the safe bet here as it is cheaper but will also help you load and unload the truck.
Similarly, you may look into the moving container options.
Yes, you can comfortably get up to 4 moving quotes on MoverJunction and can conveniently compare to choose the best one. As we are a one-stop solution for all moving-related concerns, there is also a free moving cost calculator to get an accurate moving cost estimate.
You hire a moving company in Oklahoma to move your household items, including both special and precious, to the new home safe. And you need to be extra cautious as a trained and experienced mover can only ensure the safety of your belongings. Always hire someone with a minimum of 5 years of experience. Also, you need to ensure that the moving company is properly verified and licensed.
Fortunately, our network has only genuine moving companies and you can confidently hire one to relocate the home.
However, in case you’re hiring a mover in Oklahoma outside us, you need to confirm:
Make sure that animals are in their cat/dog carrier before the movers arriving at the home. Animals are curious and can get underfoot. If your dog isn’t good around strangers, tie it up or have it in its carrier. The moving company cannot transport any live animal; no dogs, cats, fish, or reptiles are allowed in the truck.
No, your dress drawers can stay full but be sure to remove any breakables.
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.
When you approach a moving company in Oklahoma, you need to consider:
Usually, auto moving companies handle the transport of cars. They are specialized in car moving and the costs are calculated differently. However, a few home moving companies also help you move cars to the new home. To know more about auto moving, read the MoverJunction auto moving guide.
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