If you are a resident of the state of Wyoming, Three Men And A Truck desires to have a conversation with you. Kindly give us, three minutes of your time to explain our product portfolio.
Who We Are?
Three Men And A Truck is a moving company that specializes in both local and long distance moving. We are a family owned business that believes that medium and small enterprises are the backbone of the American economy. We have been in this industry for over a decade now and have networks at both the state and federal level.
Our specialty is in local and long distance moving. Towards this end we have tailored a number of products that are suitable for any individual looking to shifting base. Our catalogue of services is listed below:
- Long Distance Moving- This includes moving across state and federal lines as well as across nations
- Local Moving– This refers to moving within the state and within towns
- Storage- This is a service that we offer those individuals who desire to hoard their belongings for duration of time
- Automobile Moving- We provide automobile services to individuals who desire to translocate the vehicles/ boats from one location to another
Other services that we offer to our clientele include packaging of cargo, specialty moving, and moving of shipping containers. Three Men And A Truck will gladly provide more details on these services when you reach out to our representatives.
The cost of moving is primarily determined by distance. Other secondary considerations would be the volume of space that your goods occupy in transit, and lastly the labor that is required to haul your cargo. Three Men And A Truck have an interactive online calculator that breaks down these metrics for you to give you a quotation in under three minutes. Periodically we offer discount coupons that go a long way in discounting your bill.
Three Men And A Truck offer you two assurances. The first guarantee is that you can count on our word that we will deliver on the end of our bargain. The second assurance that we give you is that we underwrite the cost of hauling your cargo. Should your cargo be damaged in transit we assure you that our staff will take you the process of filing a claim and as such you can rest easy knowing that you are fully covered.
- 24: Number of hours that we are open for business during the week/ The quickest turnaround time that we guarantee to execute a moving project from the point a quotation is asked to the point your goods are transferred
- 7: Number of days that we are open for business in a week
If you are a resident of Wyoming and are looking for a mover for both a local and long distance move then get in touch with Three Men And A Truck. Our word is our void and we assure you that we deliver on all our promises.
Cost & Time Examples For Moving To Or From Wyoming
|To / From Wyoming||Distance||2 BR||3 BR||4 BR|
|Wyoming to Pueblo, CO||198 miles||$2,137 – $2,671||$3,147 – $4,066||$4,066 – $5,909|
|Wyoming to Manchester, NH||1702 miles||$4,171 – $5,352||$6,402 – $8,531||$8,531 – $12,533|
|Owings Mills, MD to Wyoming||1475 miles||$3,900 – $4,968||$5,817 – $7,834||$7,834 – $11,340|
|Downey, CA to Wyoming||880 miles||$3,199 – $4,056||$4,719 – $6,341||$6,341 – $9,213|
|Wyoming to Lakeland, FL||1573 miles||$3,997 – $5,094||$5,969 – $8,038||$8,038 – $11,741|
|Wyoming to Huntsville, AL||1082 miles||$3,405 – $4,322||$5,039 – $6,773||$6,773 – $9,852|
|Wyoming to Phoenix, AZ||660 miles||$2,870 – $3,625||$4,198 – $5,630||$5,630 – $8,246|
|Macon, NC to Wyoming||1473 miles||$3,895 – $4,961||$5,809 – $7,823||$7,823 – $11,423|
|Clarksville, TN to Wyoming||990 miles||$3,305 – $4,192||$4,981 – $6,559||$6,559 – $9,532|
|Wyoming to Lexington, VA||1366 miles||$3,754 – $4,777||$5,586 – $7,518||$7,518 – $10,963|
*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
How accurate Are Your Moving Estimates and Are They Considered Final?
If you get estimates from us over the phone or through our website, you can rest assured that it is over 90% accurate. However, it is important to note that they are still just estimates. For a more accurate estimate, an on-site inspection is necessary.
What’s the Best Time to Move in Wyoming, and How Far Ahead Should I Plan My Move?
The peak moving period in Wyoming is between July and October, this is the summer period. Moving at this time, however, might mean paying higher rates because of the higher demand. It is advisable to contact a moving company 2-4 weeks ahead of a local move and 3-6 weeks ahead of a planned long-distance move. Note, however, that during the summer, it would be advisable to give a slightly longer notice as there is generally high demand in the state.
Is There Anything That The Movers Won’t Accept?
Yes. We won’t accept food, plants, chemical substances, and anything that is potentially flammable or explosive. That includes perfumes, nail polish removers, fertilizers, firearms, or anything hazardous.
Who Regulates Moving Companies in Wyoming, and Where Can I Verify a Mover’s License?
All interstate moving companies are required by the United States to have a registered number with the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT). This unique number can be used to verify a mover’s license. Movers can be verified here. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), regulates moving companies at a federal level. The State of Wyoming also regulates moving companies at a state level. Companies that wish to operate in the state need to be registered with the Wyoming Department of Transportation.
I Had an Emergency, and Now I Need a Last-Minute Move. Is That Possible?
While moving companies are capable of moving items within a day of being informed, certain conditions might make it impossible, like moving companies being fully booked that day or weather constraints like a winter storm. They might also be unavailable due to maintenance. Last-minute moves are possible, even though they might incur higher costs. So, make the call if you need to move immediately.
I Don’t Have Enough Boxes to Package My Belongings. Where Can I Find Moving Boxes in Wyoming?
Knowing where to get boxes can be an unexpected challenge. Fortunately, there are options in Wyoming. There are companies like Storage Stables that provide moving boxes and other moving supplies. Alternatively, you can contact Three Men And A Truck if you still require help in getting boxes. We include them with our full packaging services.
What Documents Do I Need to Have on Me on the Day of the Move?
On the day of moving, you will most likely need to identify yourself, possibly more than once, to the moving crew. This means that driver’s licenses, and other identification documents need to be easily accessible. You will also need documents of your transaction with the movers. These documents include the inventory list, estimate, bill, agreement or contract, insurance certificates among other things. Our managers at Three Men And A Truck can help you know and sort the required documents.
I Want to Add/Remove some services before moving day. Is That Possible?
We understand that there might be a need to make changes to the service as the moving day approaches. Alterations can be made to the type of service as long as these changes are possible. However, changes on the moving day are particularly difficult.
Do I Have to Be Present During the Move or At the Destination?
Yes, you have to be present at the start of the move because of essential documentation. At the destination, however, you don’t have to be present. A liaison can stand in for you with the right information.
I’m Not Ready to Move All My Items to the Destination Yet. Who Provides Storage Services in Wyoming?
Three Men And A Truck offers storage services in the state. Our storage services range from a pod where you can store a few of your items to a full storage unit where you can store your whole office equipment, home items or even your car. While you sort out your destination home or office, we can take care of your items.
A Moving Company Defrauded Me! How Can I File a Complaint in Wyoming?
If a company has defrauded you, and you have its details, you can file a complaint with the Wyoming Department of Transportation. Alternatively, if you got less than satisfactory service, you can drop a complaint with the United States Department of Transportation website or Better Business Bureau.