Three Men and a Truck offers excellent service to moving customers in Waterbury, Connecticut. Our experienced crews assist commercial and residential movers with local and long distance relocation projects.
Please contact us if you anticipate needing 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 Waterbury, Connecticut moving companies
Don’t lose sleep over finding the right mover for your long distance relocation to or from Waterbury, Connecticut. Three Men and a Truck wants to help ease the stress of moving by offering some tips for you to choose the best company for the job.
- Experts recommend comparing written estimates from at least three reputable moving companies. Ask each mover to conduct an onsite inspection of your household goods before they submit a quote. This step ensures that they will create a thorough inventory and a more accurate estimate of the shipment’s weight. That element is crucial since the weight and the distance form the basis of the moving price.
- Verify that the movers you are considering have registered with FMCSA, as required. FMCSA is the agency that regulates interstate movers, and you can check their site for information about movers’ safety record and any customer complaints.
- Don’t automatically accept the lowest offer—the company you choose is moving your most important possessions, and you want the most trustworthy, not the cheapest. Make sure you feel comfortable with the mover you hire.
Local movers in Waterbury, Connecticut
Local moving companies in Waterbury, Connecticut, often handle many types of moving jobs. They may do full-service relocations, business office moves, small home projects, even one-time deliveries. When you request an estimate, make sure you get the details about their minimum charges if your job is a small one. If the mover has a four-hour minimum, but loading and unloading your shipment won’t take that long, try to negotiate or ask to have the extra time used for packing or as part of the driving time. They might be willing—but only if you ask.
When hiring a local mover, remember that the company is not overseen like an interstate moving company, so you have more responsibility to validate their qualifications. Ask for documentation of the corporate insurance and business license.
How much does it cost to move to or from Waterbury, Connecticut?
The best way to find out how much any move will cost is to gather estimates from several reputable movers and compare them. Ensure that the bids are of the same type—all binding or all nonbinding, for example, and including the same service level. That way, you will be comparing fairly.
Cost & Time Examples For Moving To Or From Waterbury
|To / From Waterbury||Distance||2 BR||3 BR||4 BR|
|Waterbury, CT to New York City, NY||76||$136,8 – $174,8||$197,6 – $243,2||$258,4 – $304|
|Detroit, MI to Waterbury, CT||516||$928,8 – $1186,8||$1341,6 – $1651,2||$1754,4 – $2064|
|Seattle, WA to Waterbury, CT||2419||$4354,2 – $5563,7||$6289,4 – $7740,8||$8224,6 – $9676|
|Waterbury, CT to Las Vegas, NV||2271||$4087,8 – $5223,3||$5904,6 – $7267,2||$7721,4 – $9084|
|Waterbury, CT to Dallas, TX||1435||$2583 – $3300,5||$3731 – $4592||$4879 – $5740|
|Portland, OR to Waterbury, CT||2460||$4428 – $5658||$6396 – $7872||$8364 – $9840|
|Waterbury, CT to Baltimore, MD||244||$439,2 – $561,2||$634,4 – $780,8||$829,6 – $976|
|Atlanta, GA to Waterbury, CT||820||$1476 – $1886||$2132 – $2624||$2788 – $3280|
|Waterbury, CT to Miami, FL||1164||$2095,2 – $2677,2||$3026,4 – $3724,8||$3957,6 – $4656|
|Waterbury, CT to Denver, CO||1669||$3004,2 – $3838,7||$4339,4 – $5340,8||$5674,6 – $6676|
*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 Items Will a Moving Company Not Accept to Move?
Providing the best services possible is in the minds of moving companies and because of this, certain items cannot be moved in a moving truck because moving such items might compromise the safety of the crew or even the integrity of the items. These items are chemicals, plants, animals, firearms, gases in canisters, and flammable substances.
Is There a Governing Body that Monitors the Activities of Moving Companies in Waterbury, Connecticut?
In the state of Connecticut, movers must have a Household Goods Carrier Certificate or Motor Contract Carrier permit issued by the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Part of the requirement is also a bill of lading issued after the goods are loaded into the trucks. For interstate moves, movers and auto transporters must be registered under the “federal unified carrier registration system” with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
How Do I Know My Estimate Is Final and Not Subject to Change?
For your estimate to be final, it has to follow an onsite physical inspection of the items to be shipped, and in some cases, the destination you intend to move the items to. After such an inspection, the final estimate is given and this now becomes the cost of moving you will deal with as long as there is no change to the services before the moving day.
When Should I Contact a Moving Company in Waterbury, Connecticut?
The earlier you begin planning a move, the less stressful the process becomes. There will be more time to consider and many factors that can affect a move. If you intend to move during peak periods, however, planning early becomes a must. Part of that plan is contacting a moving company. If you intend to move in the summer, note that 80% of all relocations happen at that time so you need to contact a moving company as early as the beginning of the year. At other times of the year, a 4–8-week notice is adequate.
What Do I Do If I Am Defrauded by A Moving Company?
If you have been defrauded by a mover, you should file a complaint against the moving company. You will need the company’s information to file the complaint to ensure that you have either a mover license number or the full name of the company. Then visit the Connecticut Department of Transportation and file a complaint on the website.
What is A Local Move and How Is It Different from A Long-distance Move?
If the move you are making is less than 100 miles in distance, it is a local move. Any farther will be a long-distance move.
I Need To make A Last-minute Move. Is That Possible?
Yes, a last-minute move is possible if you are willing to pay the rates that accompany such a move. Also, a last-minute move might be very hard in the summer where demand is at its highest.
If I Run Out of Moving Boxes, What Options Do I Have in Waterbury, Connecticut?
If you run out of moving boxes, there is no need to worry because you have options. You can visit Top And Top Packaging for moving boxes. You can also check the Yellow Pages or Facebook Marketplace for moving boxes. If these don’t meet your need, contact Three Men And A Truck.
Are There Storage Services in Waterbury, Connecticut?
Three Men And A Truck provides storage services in Waterbury. We can pick your items and take them to an appropriate storage container. We also offer self-storage services as well.
Will the Moving Crew Ask for Any Documents Before the Move Begins?
All documents that have been generated from the transaction with the moving company will be demanded on the day of the move. They include the certificates of insurance, inventory list, estimates, and agreements. For a more robust list, contact the managers at Three Men And A Truck.