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Feb 08, 17:52
Question by jthompson21@cox.net (Joan Thompson)


Price range for a 2 bedroom move from AZ to NH

Moving from Arizona to New Hampshire with 2 bedrooms, living room and kitchen. How much should this cost?

Feb 09, 16:33
Answer by alexzehn (Alex Z.)

Joan,

2 bedroom apartment will probably yield around 5,000-5,500 lbs worth of household goods.

Now to the prices. Your move in on the route CA->NY, with a subsequent transportation to New Hampshire, but the details of transportation vary from company to company.

In spring the prices for such move should be in the range of $0.65 and $0.85 per lb. You could find cheaper offers, but beware of companies willing to take the price below $0.65 and make sure you check well if they are reliable (you can use our site for that purpose, see Checking consumer record of a mover on MovingAnswers.org).

Assuming you have around 5,500 lbs your move should cost you somewhere between $3,600 and $4,600.

Besides the weight tariff you should be aware of some possible extra charges and expenses related directly to the move. Check this thread to learn about the different extra charges typical to the moving industry.

In general I would recommend you to book your move only after you have a detailed binding estimate written and signed by a visual estimator after a survey of your apartment. All possible extra fees should be listed and calculated within the binding estimate, and a sentence added "No other additional charges should be added to the final price of the move under any conditions".



Good luck with your move,

Alex Z. @ MovingAnswers.org


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