If you are planning a move in Buffalo, call Three Men and a Truck. Our experienced, professional crews can provide the best moving services for local and long distance projects in the Buffalo area.
Long distance Buffalo, New York moving companies
Finding the best long distance moving company can be stressful. You wonder if you are working with a legitimate company or some fly-by-night schemer out to make a fast buck at your expense. How are you supposed to know which companies are honest and which ones aren’t? There are some things you can do to make sure you are hiring a good one. First, ask them to give you an in-person estimate for the move. This step is a great way to weed out the rogue operators—they won’t take the time to show up. Good, honest movers like Three Men and a Truck will gladly come to your home or office (if it is a business move) and review what you need to relocate in order to provide an accurate estimate. Our representative will explain the quote and walk through the choices you have for services and insurance coverage. Another good idea is to ask for references—a legitimate mover can give you contact information for recent happy customers who moved to or from Buffalo, so you can find out how someone else’s experience worked out.
Local Buffalo, New York moving companies
When you need help with a local move in Buffalo, call a local mover like Three Men and a Truck. We are familiar with the community, and we can come to your home and assess your relocation scope. We will provide a written estimate of the cost and even give you some tips on saving money on the job! Our representative will answer your questions about moving and schedule the move at the best time for you.
How much will my Buffalo, New York move cost?
We all want to save money, but you may not want to agree to the lowest moving bid you get. Do some checking first to make sure the mover with the low offer has a good reputation. A low price isn’t going to be worth it if the movers don’t show up or raise the price they demand in the middle of the move. Three Men and a Truck is honest and reliable. Our representative will give you a clear written estimate for the work you need us to do, whether it is a local move, or around the world.
In Buffalo, Three Men and a Truck offers the following moving services:
- 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
Cost & Time Examples For Moving To Or From Buffalo
|To / From Buffalo||Distance||2 BR||3 BR||4 BR|
|Buffalo, NY to Boston, MA||457||$822.6 – $1005.4||$1096.8 – $1233.9||$1462.4 – $1690.9|
|El Paso, TX to Buffalo, NY||1930||$3474 – $4246||$4632 – $5211||$6176 – $7141|
|Buffalo, NY to Nashville, TN||705||$1269 – $1551||$1692 – $1903.5||$2256 – $2608.5|
|Detroit, MI to Buffalo, NY||255||$459 – $561||$612 – $688.5||$816 – $943.5|
|Buffalo, NY to Portland, OR||2642||$4755.6 – $5812.4||$6340.8 – $7133.4||$8454.4 – $9775.4|
|Las Vegas, NV to Buffalo, NY||2264||$4075.2 – $4980.8||$5433.6 – $6112.8||$7244.8 – $8376.8|
|Buffalo, NY to Memphis, TN||914||$1645.2 – $2010.8||$2193.6 – $2467.8||$2924.8 – $3381.8|
|Oklahoma City, OK to Buffalo, NY||1238||$2228.4 – $2723.6||$2971.2 – $3342.6||$3961.6 – $4580.6|
|Buffalo, NY to Louisville, KY||531||$955.8 – $1168.2||$1274.4 – $1433.7||$1699.2 – $1964.7|
|Baltimore, MD to Buffalo, NY||361||$649.8 – $794.2||$866.4 – $974.7||$1155.2 – $1335.7|
*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and other factors. Get a quote custom tailored to you.
Buffalo, New York includes ZIP codes:
14201, 14202, 14203, 14204, 14205, 14206, 14207, 14208, 14209, 14210, 14211, 14212, 14213, 14214, 14215, 14216, 14217, 14218, 14219, 14220, 14221, 14222, 14223, 14224, 14225, 14226, 14227, 14228, 14231, 14233, 14240, 14241, 14260, 14261, 14263, 14264, 14265, 14267, 14269, 14270, 14272, 14273, 14276, 14280
Frequently Asked Questions
I Want to Carry All My Belongings Within the Moving Day. Is It Possible?
When moving from and to Buffalo, there’s a list of items that you are prohibited to pack and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) provides that. Since we’re following certain moving practices, some items aren’t allowed to be moved from and to different towns. These items have their own protocols that moving companies aren’t allowed to work with. Some of the items are propane tanks, batteries, pool chemicals, fertilizer, motor oil, aerosols, paints, nail polish remover, scuba tanks, charcoal, pesticides, and household cleaners. If you are uncertain whether or not an item will be allowed to be packed or moved, feel free to contact and ask our team.
What Documents Do I Need to Present During the Moving Day?
During the moving day, you must have the Estimate, Insurance Certificate, Inventory List, and Bill. The moving team manager will remind you of these before the day of the move. You also need to bring some form of identification such as; your driver’s license, vehicle registration record, or passport.
How Accurate Are Your Moving Estimates? Are They Considered Final?
We can provide you a non-binding estimate that is over 90% accurate with a phone or web consultation. However, our estimates will only be considered final once we conduct an on-site inspection for us to get a wider scope as to how accurate the exact price will be. We also know that your moving experience might be different from others depending on the distance you’re traveling, the number of services you avail of, and the number of bedrooms your house has.
What’s The Best Time to Move in Buffalo, New York? How Far Should I Plan Ahead?
A local move usually takes two to four weeks to plan while a long-distance move takes around three to six weeks. According to statistics, Buffalo has 155 sunny days per year. Because of this, summer is the best time to move to the city, only if you have it all planned months before. Just like all the other festival-loving cities, Buffalo is packed with people during the holidays. Rave parties happen almost everywhere and parking lots are usually full. That’s why it can get overwhelming if you’re moving for the first time. But if you’re in it for adventure and fun, summer is the perfect time for you to move.
How Do I Know If My Move Is Local or Long-Distance?
A move is considered local if its distance is below 100 miles. It is usually within the same city or state. While a long-distance move exceeds 100 miles and it is either on the other side of the city or in another state.
I Had an Emergency and Now I Need a Last-Minute Move. Is That Possible?
It is possible but we still have to look into other factors such as if you’re booking during the busiest time of the year or the distance of the place you’re transferring to. Also, If other moving companies are fully booked, it might be best for you to just wait for their service availability.
Do I Have to Be Present During the Day of The Move or At the Destination?
If you have some other errands to attend to or you’re usually preoccupied with your work, you don’t have to worry about supervising your whole moving journey. You just have to be present during the signing of the documents and if you still won’t be available to receive and unload your items to your destination, just send a person to manage the rest of the move.