Three Men and a Truck serves New Haven, Connecticut, with high-quality moving assistance. We support residential and commercial customers with their local and long distance moves.
Please contact us for any of the following:
- long distance moving
- local moving
- full-service movers
- international moving
- residential moves
- commercial moves
- corporate moving
- moving and storage
- movers and packers
- movers with a truck
- furniture moving
- military moving
- same day moving
Long distance New Haven, Connecticut movers
Preparing for a long distance move to or from New Haven, Connecticut, can be stressful. It’s a significant transition, and there’s a lot on your to-do list. As you get ready, you should spend a bit of time familiarizing yourself with some of the terms of service in the industry. This step will help you evaluate the offers from moving companies.
Long distance moving companies are regulated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), which requires that they register and which also keeps track of their safety record and customer complaints. You can check the status of a mover you may hire on the FMCSA website. The site also holds resources for consumer education, including a brochure titled Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move. This highly informative publication will help you understand the trade terms, like valuation, tariff, delivery window, and many others.
Local moving companies in New Haven, Connecticut
Movers in New Haven are not subject to federal regulation if they limit their operations to intrastate moves. That means that as a consumer, if you are choosing a company for your local move, you need to be cautious in checking that the mover is legitimate. Check the company’s address to ensure that it is a real business, not a postal drop or residential address. Ask for a copy of the business license and insurance coverage. Besides corporate liability insurance, a mover needs to maintain workers’ compensation protection in case an employee is injured on the job.
Ask for references from recent customers, and when you call the contact, get details on the service provided to them. Ask if they would hire that company again. Consider checking the Better Business Bureau website for positive or negative reviews from other consumers.
How much does it cost to move to or from New Haven, Connecticut?
Finding the cost of an upcoming move is not difficult, but it’s best if you get several estimates from reputable vendors so you can compare them. The shipment size and distance determine the basic price. Movers will add charges for services like packing, storage, moving bulky objects, and anything that adds to the labor needed—like stairs or parking problems. Ask questions when the mover submits the bid—it’s part of your evaluation of the moving company.
Cost & Time Examples For Moving To Or From New Haven
|To / From New Haven||Distance||2 BR||3 BR||4 BR|
|New Haven, CT to San Francisco, CA||2612||$4701,6 – $6007,6||$6791,2 – $8358,4||$8880,8 – $10448|
|Portland, OR to New Haven, CT||2473||$4451,4 – $5687,9||$6429,8 – $7913,6||$8408,2 – $9892|
|New Haven, CT to Fort Worth, TX||1463||$2633,4 – $3364,9||$3803,8 – $4681,6||$4974,2 – $5852|
|New Haven, CT to Columbus, OH||535||$963 – $1230,5||$1391 – $1712||$1819 – $2140|
|Las Vegas, NV to New Haven, CT||2279||$4102,2 – $5241,7||$5925,4 – $7292,8||$7748,6 – $9116|
|Atlanta, GA to New Haven, CT||815||$1467 – $1874,5||$2119 – $2608||$2771 – $3260|
|New Haven, CT to Kansas City, MO||1149||$2068,2 – $2642,7||$2987,4 – $3676,8||$3906,6 – $4596|
|New York City, NY to New Haven, CT||69||$124,2 – $158,7||$179,4 – $220,8||$234,6 – $276|
|New Haven, CT to Sacramento, CA||2545||$4581 – $5853,5||$6617 – $8144||$8653 – $10180|
|Indianapolis, IN to New Haven, CT||702||$1263,6 – $1614,6||$1825,2 – $2246,4||$2386,8 – $2808|
*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and other factors. Get a quote
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Frequently Asked Questions
What’s The Best Time to Move to New Haven, Connecticut? How Far Should I Plan?
Before moving to a city, you should know the recommended times to contact a moving company. If you’re moving locally, it takes two to four weeks, while if you’re moving beyond 100 miles, it will take three to six weeks.
Don’t you like moving around with strangers, especially when you just arrived in a new place you’re soon to call home? You don’t have to go through this because we advise you to move to New Haven, Connecticut, during November, when tourists are less likely to visit the city. We also suggest that you avoid driving to New Haven during April, June, and July.
I Want to Add/Remove Some Services Before Moving Day. Is That Possible?
Adding and removing some services before your moving day is possible only if you want us to carry items that don’t require specific documents from a particular department in your area, which demands a long process, or if there’s still available space inside the truck. Due to the short notice, we might not be able to add some services.
Who Regulates Moving Companies in New Haven, Connecticut? Where Can I Verify a Movers’ License?
Before signing an official document with a moving company, they must show their legal documents to check their services because state law demands companies to give you papers for every move.
In case you still doubt the reputation of a specific moving company, please get in touch with the Connecticut State Department of Consumer Protection through the following:
Address: 450 Columbus Blvd. Suite 901
Hartford CT 06103
The Connecticut State Department of Consumer Protection regulates moving companies inside New Haven, Connecticut.
Is There Anything That a Moving Crew Won’t Accept to Load?
We want you to get a heads-up before you pack everything you own, only to end up unpacking your boxes just because the authority asks you to leave an item. To prevent that, here’s a list of prohibited items:
· Motor Oil
· Household Cleaners
· Paints and Nail Polish Remover
· Scuba Tanks
· Propane Tanks
· Some Batteries
If you want to know the status of some items not included on the list, you may contact the Federal Motor Carrier State Administration.
How Accurate Are Your Moving Estimates and Are They Considered Final?
Moving statements acquired via web forms or phone calls already are 90% accurate, but it still depends on how an on-site inspection went. If a moving company starts asking for a pre-service fee before they conduct a thorough examination, such as doing a bedroom count and weighing the items, then you may contact the Federal Motor Carrier State Administration to file a report and stop dealing with the moving company.
I Don’t Have Enough Boxes to Package Up My Belongings. Where Can I Find Moving Boxes in New Haven, Connecticut?
If you’re looking for additional boxes to pack your belongings, you may get them at the following places:
You may also ask your friends and relatives if they have boxes that they don’t use anymore so you can save on costs. Packing your items doesn’t need to be expensive.
I’m Not Ready to Move All My Items to the Destination Yet. Who Provides Storage Services in New Haven, Connecticut?
If your new home in New Haven doesn’t have enough space to fit in your items, don’t fret! Three Men And A Truck won’t only carry your possessions, but we can also assist you with storing your goods for as long as you want to.