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How to Get an Estimate

We offer two methods for getting a moving business estimate:

  1. Speak with one of our estimators to get a general estimate over the phone
  2. Call us and set up an appointment for one of our experienced estimators to come to your office and give you a much better estimate in writing. This will get you a much more accurate and detailed estimate than you can achieve by phone or online.

Our moving estimators are trained, certified and available seven days a week to assist you.

In the office relocation and moving business, you'll find two types of estimates: (1) non-binding, which means your final price will be based on the actual amount of hours and materials used on the job; and (2) a binding estimate which gives you a guaranteed price that won't exceed the amount quoted.

A non-binding estimate is beneficial if (1) you're not exactly sure of all the items you're moving; (2) not sure if you'll be ready and might require additional packing help; (3) your move will involve unusual details, multiple deliveries, or the handling of sensitive equipment, fine art or antiques that you don't want to rush; (4) an elevator won't be available for exclusive use during the move; or (5) construction or other impediments may slow the move progress.

A binding estimate is preferable if you want to guarantee your budget, or if you haven't moved often and aren't familiar with the moving process. All our binding estimates are computer-generated using a proprietary software program, so the price is guaranteed. What you're quoted is what you pay, period.

What you're quoted is what you pay, period.

Three requirements must be met in order to receive a binding estimate: (1) a detailed inventory in writing must be agreed upon by the client and the mover; (2) elevators must be available for our exclusive use; and (3) packing, tagging, assembly, disassembly and any other service required must be agreed upon and included in the written agreement.

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