Dallas to Chicago Moving Companies

Dallas to Chicago Movers

Dallas to Chicago Movers

 

Estimated Distance: 966 mi

Estimated Average Cost: $2226 – $6360

While planning on moving to Chicago, you may have a lot on your mind. You are thinking of notifying your friends and family, house hunting, and finding a job opportunity. Among all that, the task of moving is a big task that requires planning and organization. All of this may seem overwhelming, but worry not, Three Men and A Truck are here to help you out.

Here is a guide that we have prepared for you that has everything you need for a smooth and efficient move to Chicago:

1.      Visit Your New Town

Before moving to Chicago, it is always a good idea to visit the town. Don’t just visit as a tourist. Drive through different neighborhoods. Know where the grocery stores, schools, hospitals, and gas stations are located. Think about how your life would be in Chicago and how will you like it.

2.      Research Schools

If you have children, it is best to visit the schools you plan to enroll your kids in. Look at the surrounding neighborhoods and conduct your research and see how the schools rank.

3.      Make a Budget for Moving

Moving is not cheap. Even if you do half the work yourself, there is still a cost you have to pay. And if you are moving long-distance, the story is entirely different.

4.      Look for a Place to Live

If you have children and you have selected the school they will be attending, pick a neighborhood nearby. Moreover, a realtor in Chicago can guide you through the house-hunting process.

5.      Research about Different Moving Companies

There are local movers, cheap local movers, apartment movers, commercial movers, last-minute movers, flat rate movers, and more for you to select from. Consider all the possible options and choose the moving company that will cater to all your needs.

6.      Choose a Date to Move

After you have made the final decision to move, plan your move during the middle of summer. You will want to book your moving company as far in advance as possible. Summers are the peak season for moving but if you are willing to move during the winters, it will cost you a lot less.

7.      Plan Your Packing

Before you begin to pack, plan it out. It is a good idea to shuffle through your belongings and decide what you want to take with you and what you want to leave behind. Conduct a garage sale and donate a few items to charity. This will reduce your items and make them easier for you to pack. Make sure to ask your moving company about any items that they will not be transporting in the moving van. You will have to make other arrangements for these items.

8.      Confirm your Moving Date

Several days or weeks before your moving date, your moving company will contact you. But if they still haven’t, you should do it. make sure that there are no last-minute changes. Double-check on all the services you asked for and confirm the time of moving.

Three Men And A Truck is here to make your move easy. Contact us today to get your quote.

 

Written by Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend is a moving professional and relocation expert that has more than 10 years of experience in the moving industry. With a background that includes working in virtually every aspect of the company, he has distinguished himself as an integral part of our operations with expertise in all things related to moving.

If you have any questions about moving, our services, or anything else you think he may be able to help with, you can contact Chris by emailing him at Chris@threemenandatruck.net

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