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HuberWilmot Moving & Storage has been providing moving and storage services in and around Fairfax County, with services like:

  • Local moving services
  • Long-distance moving services
  • Packing & unpacking services
  • Office moving services

Why customers choose HuberWilmot Moving & Storage Fairfax County movers:

  • Over 35 years of moving & storage experience
  • Family-owned and operated
  • Free estimates
  • Fully licensed and insured
  • No hidden costs

Fill out our free quote form or call us today at (703) 488-7117.

HuberWilmot Moving & Storage has been moving Virginia for over 30 years!

For over 35 years, HuberWilmot Moving & Storage has been gaining experience in the moving and storage industry to ensure your next move in Fairfax County, Virginia remains easy, affordable and stress-free. Call on HuberWilmot Moving & Storage and allow our friendly and professional movers to help you with your next move to, from or within Fairfax County.

We are here to help you move – call our office today at (703) 488-7117, fill out our free quote form or continue reading ahead to see which services HuberWilmot Moving & Storage can offer you today.

Fairfax County Moving Services

Are you transferring to a new home or office that’s not quite as ready as you expected? Or, you could be doing a bit of spring cleaning and need the extra space?

Regardless of your situation, our warehouse storage solutions provide safe, secure and a climate-controlled environment away from curious critters and protected from the elements.

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About Us

About Us

Fairfax County and the city of Fairfax are named after Thomas Fairfax, the Sixth Lord Fairfax, who was granted over five million acres of land in northern Virginia in 1719. The city was originally called the “sleepy town” of Providence in 1805 and was once a crossroads for conflicts stemming from the Civil War.

Today, Fairfax offers a laidback, small-town vibe and known as an affluent college town just outside of Washington D.C. Because of its relatively short distance from D.C., residents can live in a peaceful community with tons of fun things to do while having access to the amenities of a metropolitan city.

What to do in Fairfax County

Experience the best Northern Virginia has to offer by visiting Fairfax County, VA, where you can choose from a ton of activities such as family-friendly events for the kids or a night out on the town with friends.

Here are just a handful of activities we recommend in Fairfax County, VA:

  • Great Falls National Park:The Great Falls National Park is what we call a “pocket park”, designated by the National Park Service and is part of the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Take a trip to this 800-acre park and one of the most visited destinations in Northern Virginia to see the leaves show their true Fall colors.

  • Mosaic District:At Mosaic, you can get a sense of an innovative, connected and vibrant community filled with a wide range of hand-selected mix of fashion boutiques, culinary options, grocers, an art house cinema and many more national retailers. Spend a relaxing day shopping and eating and discovering all that Mosaic has to offer.

  • Oakton Year-Round Farmers Market:This close-knit, year-round farmers market has been around for more than 10 years at Unity of Fairfax Church. This market features vendors from all over Northern Virginia offering high-quality produce, fruits, meats, dairy and more fresh goods to choose from.

  • Paradise Springs Winery:The name Paradise Springs comes from a 1910 bottled water plant from which the alleged “healing waters” were bottled and sold to the public. Now, not only does Paradise Springs Winery host bragging rights as the closest winery in D.C., it’s also the first winery in Fairfax County!

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Whether you’re moving to, from or within Fairfax County, you can be at peace knowing you’ve chosen reliable local movers. Northern Virginia has so many moving companies nearby and it’s difficult to know who to trust. We are known for customer service, being prompt, courteous and getting the job done right.

Call us at (703) 488-7117 or fill out our quote form to request a moving quote today.

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What is an Inventory?

The driver will generally inventory your shipment as he or she loads it (although it is not required by law). When completed, the inventory provides a detailed, descriptive listing of your household goods, along with the condition of each item when received by the mover.

Be sure that everything listed on the inventory is correct. This is not always the easiest task, as you will find things written on the inventory such as “PBO,” which means “packed by owner.” The contents of this carton cannot be listed, as the driver is simply not able to see inside each box. You will also sometimes find “CP” on a line item in the inventory, which means “carrier packed” container.

You may also notice, in the middle column on your inventory form, a line that has many seemingly random letters and numbers associated with a specific item. This is where a driver uses inventory code to make note of the condition of an item. To understand this code, you can refer to the top of the inventory sheet for a legend that will explain what each code means. For example, SC means scratched; C means chipped; the number 3 refers to the right side of piece; and 8 refers to the top of the piece. This is a simple (and consistent) way for the driver to make note of any irregularities or existing damage.

Remember, this inventory is for you to keep track of what is loaded, and the condition of each item. If damage occurs on a certain piece during the loading process, make a note of the inventory tag number on that item and indicate it in the far-right hand column on the line that corresponds with that piece. This is the document that will be scrutinized when the claims process is initiated, so it is important to have the damage clearly noted.

This inventory should also be used at-destination when your shipment is delivered. Use the inventory to verify the articles that are delivered and, again, note an exception to the condition of any items as they are brought into your home. Point out the damage to the driver.

What often occurs is that a piece of furniture has been in your home for many years and you grow accustomed to looking at it in a certain place and in a certain light. When you bring that same piece into your new home, you may notice damage that may have been there for a long time. The driver will have noted the scratch or chip at your origin residence. If you are not sure if it was existing damage or new damage, ask your driver to explain the condition of the piece as he noted it on the inventory during the loading process. This is the quickest way to distinguish new damage from what was there all along.

Our drivers are incredibly careful about the way they handle your items, and the inventory is their safeguard against potentially fraudulent damage claims. Use this inventory to your advantage in making sure that you are protected, just as the driver uses it to protect himself or herself.

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