Are you planning on moving locally within the Indiana state, or getting ready for an interstate move to or from Indiana? We are one of the top movers in the Hoosier state, with decades of experience under our belt.
We help our customers relocate their homes or businesses regularly and know what each type of move needs to be done safely, fast, and at an affordable price.
Long Distance Moving Companies
Long-distance moves can be quite a hassle. While planning is ideal, sometimes you don’t have time to arrange all the details yourself, or you might be surprised by the regulations you have to take into account and the logistic details you have to put together.
We handle long-distance moves with professionalism and three goals in mind:
- Effectiveness: thanks to our trained professional staff and our extensive logistic network, we can reduce the time of your move to a minimum, without compromising the safety of the cargo.
- Safety: We offer insurance to protect your belongings throughout every step of the process. You can rest assured that your goods are handled properly and will arrive safely at their destination.
- Affordability: the benefits that we offer include affordable prices for long-distance moving, thanks to our extensive fleet and the ability to organize our cargo most effectively.
Moving locally sounds easier than it is just because of the short distance. In reality, there are plenty of logistic details to put together and your belongings still need to be packed and handled properly if you want them to arrive at their destination unharmed.
DIY moves can be tempting when moving nearby. In our experience, many customers who choose a professional local move have had unfortunate experiences when trying to do it themselves, whether it meant improper handling of the items, trouble with the transportation, more time and effort than they had expected, etc.
When we help our customers move locally, we tell them to relax for a few hours and meet us at the destination. The job is done quickly and they can focus on other administrative tasks while we handle the move, making their new beginning much easier.
What Else We Can Do for You
Are you in need of a very specific type of move? Here is a more comprehensive list of the services offered by Three Men and a Truck:
- 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
If you have any questions regarding the benefits we can offer you and want to request a reliable, free quote for a move to Indiana, please feel free to contact us.
Cost & Time Examples For Moving To Or From Indiana
|To / From Indiana||Distance||2 BR||3 BR||4 BR|
|NYC to Indiana, IN||646 miles||$1162,8 – $1485,8||$1679,6 – $2067,2||$2196,4 – $2584|
|Houston, TX to Indiana, IN||875 miles||$1575 – $2012,5||$2275 – $2800||$2975 – $3500|
|Chicago, IL to Indiana, IN||147 miles||$264,6 – $338,1||$382,2 – $470,4||$499,8 – $588|
|El Paso, TX to Indiana, IN||1264 miles||$2275,2 – $2907,2||$3286,4 – $4044,8||$4297,6 – $5056|
|Los Angeles, CA to Indiana, IN||1802 miles||$3243,6 – $4144,6||$4685,2 – $5766,4||$6126,8 – $7208|
|Riverside, CA to Indiana, IN||1760 miles||$3168 – $4048||$4576 – $5632||$5984 – $7040|
|Nashville, TN to Indiana, IN||267 miles||$480,6 – $614,1||$694,2 – $854,4||$907,8 – $1068|
|Atlanta, GA to Indiana, IN||444 miles||$799,2 – $1021,2||$1154,4 – $1420,8||$1509,6 – $1776|
|Philadelphia, PA to Indiana, IN||587 miles||$1056,6 – $1350,1||$1526,2 – $1878,4||$1995,8 – $2348|
*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and other factors. Get a quote custom-tailored to you.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Accurate Are Your Moving Estimates and Are They Considered Final?
A moving estimate from us via phone call or the web form will be 90% accurate. However, it’s still only as good as the information we get. To get a fully accurate one, we will send personnel to examine your stuff. You will get your written estimate through email following the physical inspection.
In some circumstances, the moving manager will personally bring it to you and explain the rest of the moving process.
What’s the Best Time to Move in Indiana, and How Far Ahead Should I Plan My Move?
It’s best to move to Indiana during the summer. The weather conditions won’t hinder or slow down your moving process. However, other people might be moving to the area as well, so make sure to book a moving firm weeks before your actual move date.
Ideally, call the moving company 2-4 weeks for local and 4-6 weeks for a long-distance move.
How Do I Know if My Move Is Local or Long-Distance?
If you’re moving within a 100-mile radius of where you currently live, that’s a local move. Moving further than that is classified as a long-distance move.
Is There Anything That a Moving Crew Won’t Accept to Load?
There are many things you can’t move. Most movers will not let you load pets, plants, chemicals, or combustible objects into their containers. Packing these items is a direct violation of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) interstate relocation regulations.
Furthermore, you may check Indiana’s regulations to know the items that are not permitted to enter their state.
Who Regulates Moving Companies in Indiana and Where Can I Verify a Movers’ License?
Local movers operating inside Indiana are regulated by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and must have valid state-issued IHGC numbers as proof of legality.
Aside from that, you can also check if the moving firm is legitimate by checking their USDOT Number on the FMCSA website.
The USDOT Number is often available at the website of a moving firm.
I Had an Emergency and Now I Need a Last-Minute Move. Is That Possible?
Yes, same-day moves are becoming a standard service in the moving industry. You can expect the moving company to start packing or loading your stuff after giving them notice.
Keep in mind, though, that moving is a complicated procedure. There’s a possibility that the moving company is totally booked on your chosen day.
I Don’t Have Enough Boxes to Package Up My Belongings. Where Can I Find Moving Boxes in Indiana?
You can buy moving boxes at any bookstore or supermarket. Also, you can find them online. Just visit websites like eBay or Craigslist.
If there are no moving boxes available in your area, we can also provide them for you if you opt for our packing services.
What Documents Do I Need to Have on Me on the Day of the Move?
You must prepare your personal documents as well as the moving company’s documentation. Before the moving company begins packing and loading your belongings, you may be required to present the estimate, bill, insurance certificate, and inventory list.
To ensure that the entire moving process will be in order, keep in touch with your moving manager.
I Want to Add/Remove some services before moving day. Is that possible?
Yes, you can add or remove services before the moving day. Most moving companies will approve it as long as it won’t affect the majority of the entire moving process. Do note that if the request is made on the same day, they may not be able to accommodate it.
Do I Have to Be Present During the Move or At the Destination?
You should be at the site during the moving day. You’re required to sign some documents, and it’s best to in case you want to give last-minute instructions to the moving crew to make sure that your belongings are handled the way they should be.
If you’re not available during the moving day, inform your moving manager about it. You can ask the moving manager to look over the entire moving process for you.
I’m not ready to move all my items to the destination yet. Who provides storage services in Indiana?
Many moving companies are offering storage services. If your new place is not yet ready for unpacking, you can ask us to keep your belongings in our storage area. We have different options depending on your needs.
A Moving Company Defrauded Me! How Can I File a Complaint in Indiana?
If you encountered problems with an intrastate moving business in Indiana, contact the INDOT for advice on what legal steps to take against the said local mover.