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When you're planning for a move, it can sense like you have only two alternatives: either pay a professional mover to pack up your home and wish they don't tack on hidden charges before returning your possessions or hire a truck on your own, do all the weight lifting and then get behind the wheel for a long, long drive.
If neither sounds attractive, you're in the hands of destiny. A new type of moving, self-service, has been gaining popularity thanks to its reasonable approach. With self-service movers, you pack your possessions and they do the hard driving for you.
The perception behind self-service moving couldn't be easier. After you've made planning with a mover, they drop off a big, weather-resistant crate (or two, or three, depending on your requirements) in front of your residence. You pack your belongings inside, fasten the crate up and the company's truck comes to move it to your destination. Once you've reached your destination, the mover drops off your crate and you start unpacking.
Some self-service movers carry an empty 28' trailer to the customer's residence. The customer can utilize as much of the trailer as they require. Price is evaluated by linear feet utilized.
Since self-service moving companies leave you to be careful of the packing and unpacking, you save on the hourly charges of having a moving crew pack and load your furniture (although for an additional charge, some self-service companies will help you pack up your possessions). The total cost of a self-service move is levied by the number of crates you make use of and how far you require them to go. Usually, making your move with a self-service mover will be less costly than renting a full-service mover. On the other hand, depending on how much you spend on gas, tolls and other operating costs, going with self-service could be the cheapest of your three alternatives.