- Long-distance moving
- Local moving
- Full-service movers
- International moving
- Residential moves
- Commercial moves
- Moving and storage
- Movers and packers
- Movers with a truck
- Furniture moving
- Military moving
Long distance Albuquerque, New Mexico movers
When selecting a mover to manage your long distance move to or from Albuquerque, New Mexico, one of the significant steps in the decision is comparing the estimates from several reputable companies. You may be aware that interstate movers are regulated, so the estimates must include some specific provisions. One element is the tariff, which is a detailed list the mover publishes of their policies and prices. Anything you might need to pay for is included in the tariff, which is part of the estimate. The estimate also includes a comprehensive inventory of your shipment. Everything you are going to move is listed on the inventory, along with an indication of the item’s current condition. This fact is essential since if something is damaged during transit, the reimbursement amount may depend on how accurate that initial condition description was. The estimate will also include a choice of insurance (also called valuation) coverage. Review this carefully with your mover. The “free” option may not be the best selection because the reimbursement limits are minimal, and you will likely be disappointed if you try to repair or replace anything. Often you are better off paying for the higher coverage just in case.
Local moving companies in Albuquerque, New Mexico
The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission loosely oversees local movers in New Mexico. However, suppose a moving company works on both local and interstate moves. In that case, it is subject to regulation by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration as well. Either way, it’s up to you to ensure that the mover you hire is licensed and carries adequate insurance. The most important is liability protection and workers’ compensation, plus coverage for your shipment.
How much will it cost to move to or from Albuquerque, New Mexico?
Moving prices depend on the shipment’s weight and the distance from the origin to the destination. Understandably, local jobs will typically cost less than long distance moves. It’s always smart to compare estimates from several movers before choosing one. Don’t be shy about asking questions if something doesn’t make sense.
Cost & Time Examples For Moving To Or From Albuquerque, NM
|To / From Albuquerque||Distance||2 BR||3 BR||4 BR|
|Albuquerque, NM to Compton, CA||665 miles||$2002 – $2770||$3454 – $4908||$4908 – $7569|
|Sigel, IL to Albuquerque, NM||1034 miles||$2501 – $3417||$4232 – $5964||$5964 – $9138|
|Albuquerque, NM to Annapolis, MD||1673 miles||$3231 – $4369||$5381 – $7528||$7528 – $11477|
|Licking, MO to Albuquerque, NM||836 miles||$2107 – $2903||$3612 – $5121||$5121 – $7877|
|Albuquerque, NM to Plainfield, NJ||1783 miles||$3425 – $4624||$5693 – $7958||$7958 – $12132|
|Providence, RI to Albuquerque, NM||1942 miles||$3589 – $4836||$5943 – $8293||$8293 – $12621|
*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
Estimates obtained over the phone or through our website are over 90% accurate but they can’t be considered final because they are still just estimates. For a final and exact written bill, an onsite inspection needs to be done.
During the summer, which is between May and September in the city, it is common to see a lot of moving trucks. This is because it is the peak moving period in the city. You should plan your move as far ahead as possible and contact the moving company 2-4 weeks ahead for a local move and 4-6 weeks for a long-distance move. During peak moving periods, it will be advisable to give longer notice times to the moving companies because of high demand.
If your move is less than 100 miles and within the city, it is a local move. A long-distance move will involve leaving the city and possibly the state.
Yes. Unacceptable items include plants, food, explosive or inflammable objects, chemicals, diving gear, and firearms. Any hazardous item won’t be accepted. If the items to be shipped are heading to a storage unit, perishable things won’t be accepted as well.
Who Regulates Moving Companies in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Where Can I Verify a Mover’s License?
Moving companies that engage in interstate moving, are regulated primarily by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT). Part of that regulation is the issuance of unique numbers called USDOT numbers. These numbers are used to monitor the activities of companies. You can verify the license of a mover by checking the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) website. The New Mexico Public Regulations Commission regulates moving companies in the whole state including the city of Albuquerque.
The possibility depends on the availability of a crew and a moving vehicle. While companies offer last-minute moving services, demand might prevent them from doing so in certain conditions. During peak periods, last-minute services might be difficult to get because of the high demand. Also, the company might be carrying out routine or unexpected maintenance of its vehicles or equipment. Finally, weather constraints like storms might prevent them from offering the desired service.
Insufficient moving boxes can interrupt your moving plans but no need to worry, you have options. Best Price Moving Boxes sells boxes. Furthermore, if you still require assistance in getting boxes, contact Three Men And A Truck and request our packing services.
It’s important to know what documents you’ll need on you on the day of the move. You will need the inventory list, estimates, bill, certificate of insurance, and any other document of the transaction between you and the moving company. Also, you will need your identity documents as you will most likely have to identify yourself to the moving crew. Our managers at Three Men And A Truck can help you know the exact documents you will be needing.
Yes. You can add or remove services before the moving day. Note that this might change the estimate and the bill. However, making changes on the day of moving itself, is rather difficult.
Your presence at the start of the moving process is mandatory because you might have to sign or provide the necessary documents. It is also good for you to be present at the delivery but this isn’t mandatory. You can send someone to receive your items with the proper information.
I’m Not Ready to Move All My Items to the Destination yet. Who Provides Storage services in Albuquerque, New Mexico?
Three Men And A Truck provides storage services in the city. No matter the kind of storage you require, we have a solution. Our options range from little storage pods for few items to full storage units.