Are you looking to make the move from Northern Virginia to South Carolina? Making a long-distance move doesn’t have to be stressful. With HuberWilmot Moving & Storage, we can take care of your moving needs so you can spend more time relaxing and less time worrying. Here are some of the services we offer to make this happen:
● Full-Service Movers
● Packing and Unpacking Services
● Warehouse Storage
● Residential and Commercial Moves
These are a few reasons we should be your top choice for a long-distance mover here at HuberWilmot Moving & Storage:
● Fully Licensed, USDOT 3444872
● Fully Insured, General Liability, and Workman’s Comp
● Responsive customer service
● Decades of experience
Get your free moving quote today by filling out this form or by calling us at (703) 488-7117.
You can trust our fully trained crew with your long-distance move here at HuberWilmot Moving & Storage. Not only will we make your move quick and easy, but we will also make your move as safe for your belongings as possible.
We offer a variety of moving services to make your long-distance move go efficiently. Some of these services include:
The services will be tailored to your individual needs. You will never pay for anything you don’t need here at HuberWilmot Moving & Storage.
Northern Virginia and South Carolina are nearby however it is still essential to understand the differences between the two areas so you are not shocked when you get there. The differences include:
Make sure you take a good look at the differences between Virginia and South Carolina before you move.
As you search for a long-distance mover to take you from Virginia to South Carolina, you will find there are many companies to choose from. However, you cannot just choose anyone for your long-distance move. Here are some things to look for as you search for an out-of-state mover:
If you follow these tips, you’ll find an excellent out-of-state mover in no time.
At HuberWilmot Moving & Storage, we are fully licensed (USDOT 3444872) and insured (General Liability and Workers Comp), so you can be confident as you trust us with your move. There are no hidden costs, and we only provide quality work.
Request your free moving quote for moving from Northern Virginia to South Carolina today. Fill out our online form or call us at (703) 488-7117 with any questions.
How do I prepare my home and myself for move day?
Your mover may ask you to choose several consecutive days during which your goods may be loaded. The number of days in what is referred to as a "load spread" depends upon the size of your shipment and the time of the year when your shipment is loaded. Remember to try and remain flexible during the busy moving season by allowing for three to five extra days on your load spread to have a better chance of securing a truck and driver to load your shipment.
The customer service representative and/or driver will contact you at least 24 hours prior to load day to let you know the time of arrival. Be sure to let them know of any changes that have taken place that may affect loading day. A good example of changes that may take place is that the street in front of your home is under construction, preventing the large over-the-road truck to get near your home. Or possibly, you haven't completed packing due to an unanticipated event. Contact your mover as soon as possible so that they can send out professional packers to complete the job for you.
Make sure your home is ready for the crew. Move anything off the porch and walkways that may obstruct movement of your goods out of the home. Take doors off the hinges if you know certain items will not fit through. Remove all small throw rugs from traffic areas that could cause the driver or crew to trip or slip.
Offering water, Gatorade, or other soft drinks on hand to the driver and crew, especially on a hot summer day, is an incredible gesture and, although our drivers come prepared, they will be grateful for your thoughtfulness.
Our drivers will prepare the home with runners, door jamb protectors, and railing protectors if applicable. This will help save on the little knocks that may occur during the loading process.