Three Men and a Truck is a high-quality, affordable moving company in Grand Junction, Colorado. Our dedicated crews assist residential and commercial customers with their local and long distance moves. Please contact us when you need any of the following services:
- Long-distance moving
- Local moving
- International moving
- Residential moves
- Commercial moves
- Moving and storage
- Movers and packers
- Movers with a truck
- Furniture moving
- Military moving
- Same day moving
Long distance Grand Junction, Colorado moving companies
Finding the right mover to manage your move to or from Grand Junction, Colorado, is key to a successful relocation. An excellent moving company can make a tremendous difference in the experience, so spend some extra time initially, and you will be glad you did. Three Men and a Truck has a few tips to help you find the best partner for your relocation project:
- Limit your candidates to movers that are registered with FMCSA. That’s the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the agency that oversees interstate moving companies. It requires movers to maintain up-to-date licenses and insurance coverage, so checking the status of a mover with FMCSA is a good way to be sure that you are considering a legitimate carrier.
- Always get written estimates from each moving company, and be sure the bid is based on an in-person survey of your shipment. Don’t rely on a verbal quote from a mover that hasn’t inspected your household goods. Ask whether the quote is binding (the price won’t increase) or nonbinding (it might increase) when you are comparing bids.
Local movers in Grand Junction, Colorado
Local movers in Colorado aren’t subject to the same oversight as long distance carriers. That means it’s up to you to validate their qualifications before you hire one. Ask the company for a copy of their business license and find out how long they have been operating. Make sure they have adequate insurance. They should have corporate liability, cargo protection, and workers’ compensation coverage. Check with the Better Business Bureau for a rating and to look for reviews from recent customers.
How much will it cost to move to or from Grand Junction, Colorado?
Long distance moving costs are based on the shipment’s weight and the trip’s distance, plus other factors contributing to the labor needed. The average price for moving the contents of a medium-sized home across the country is around $4,500. Local jobs are often much less and are based on an hourly charge for labor. You may find that you can move an entire household for under $1,000 in some cases. For local or long distance work, requesting additional services will increase the price. It’s essential to compare estimates from several movers before choosing one.
Cost & Time Examples For Moving To Or From Grand Junction
|To / From Grand Junction, CO||Distance||2 BR||3 BR||4 BR|
|Grand Junction, CO to Stamford, CT||2056||$3,700.80-$4,523.20||$4,934.40-$5,551.20||$6,579.20-$7,607.20|
|Santa Clara, CA to Grand Junction, CO||1037||$1,866.60-$2,281.40||$2,488.80-$2,799.90||$3,318.40-$3,836.90|
|Grand Junction, CO to New Haven, CT||2096||$3,772.80-$4,611.20||$5,030.40-$5,659.20||$6,707.20-$7,755.20|
|Kent, WA to Grand Junction, CO||1108||$1,994.40-$2,437.60||$2,659.20-$2,991.60||$3,545.60-$4,099.60|
|Grand Junction, CO to Concord, CA||994||$1,789.20-$2,186.80||$2,385.60-$2,683.80||$3,180.80-$3,677.80|
|Elizabeth, CO to Grand Junction, CO||281||$505.80-$618.20||$674.40-$758.70||$899.20-$1,039.70|
|Grand Junction, CO to Lafayette, CO||255||$459.00-$561.00||$612.00-$688.50||$816.00-$943.50|
|Athens, GA to Grand Junction, CO||1702||$3,063.60-$3,744.40||$4,084.80-$4,595.40||$5,446.40-$6,297.40|
|Grand Junction, CO to Thousand Oaks, CA||808||$1,454.40-$1,777.60||$1,939.20-$2,181.60||$2,585.60-$2,989.60|
|Norman, OK to Grand Junction, CO||815||$1,467.00-$1,793.00||$1,956.00-$2,200.50||$2,608.00-$3,015.50|
*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and other factors. Get a quote custom tailored to you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When Do You Think I Should Move to Grand Junction, Colorado?
That would depend on what you are looking to accomplish. If you want a move that’s hassle-free in terms of weather, you are better off moving in the summer months. These months are much more easygoing in Colorado.
If you are looking for a less expensive move, then you might want to aim for moving during the winter instead.
How Are Movers in Grand Junction, Colorado Regulated?
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission handles the regulation of moving companies that operate locally within the state. Mover’s need a PUC number from them to verify they are licensed.
If you want to check for movers that operate beyond state borders, you’ll need to visit the FMCSA. They have a tool to check a mover’s license.
Do You Have Boxes for the Move in Grand Junction, Colorado?
Not enough boxes? Not a problem. As part of our packing service, we bring moving boxes and all other necessary supplies. Ask your moving manager for our packing service.
Another option, if you prefer to get the boxes on your own, is checking online listing websites like Craigslist or Facebook.
How Can I Get Storage Service in Grand Junction, Colorado?
We understand that sometimes you aren’t quite ready to arrive at your new place yet, but you don’t want to leave your stuff unattended. For those cases, we have temporary storage available. We’ll keep your stuff in our facilities until you are ready to receive it.
What Happens If a Company Defrauds Me in Grand Junction, Colorado?
If you need to file a claim against a mover, you can do so through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s website. They also have a list of useful resources for protecting your move from fraud.