You Pack. We Drive. You Save.
That's U-Pack Moving in a nutshell! U-Pack is the perfect moving solution when you want the convenience of full-service movers combined with the cost savings of a rental truck. You pack and load, and we drive--it's that simple! U-Pack has nearly 300 locations to help you move nationwide.
Under the leadership of franchise owner Mike Sumner, the technicians of Here To There Movers know that the transport of belongings from one abode to another is one of life's most stressful affairs. The licensed and insured staff can arrive at a moment's notice, equipped to handle bookshelves, boxes, and pianos waiting to be dropped on pesky cartoon neighbors. Here To There also provides a frequently asked questions page and moving tips.
Just Ask & Consider It Done relieves clients of household duties, cleaning up homes, running errands, and helping with packing and organization. The cleaning team, who is subject to both a criminal record check and drug test, eschew the use of mops and clean dirty floors by hand. The staff lends a hand in whatever manner helps relieve stress, whether making reservations for clients, buying groceries, or cleaning roofs and gutters.
You Move Me's staff members make themselves available for nearly every part of the move, from packing belongings to loading them in the truck, delivering them to the new spot, unloading, and even bringing their clients cups of hot coffee. They come uniformed and equipped with dollies and other necessary moving equipment and take a strategic approach to packing to ensure that fragile items are protected and secured. Upon completion of each job, You Move Me's movers present the client with a small housewarming gift.
Owned and operated by a team of firefighters, veterans, and service members, Junk Dawgs’s signature red truck totes away undesirable clutter from households, businesses, and landscapes. They cart away items such as unwanted projection televisions, washing machines, and tables, leaving fresh space for new possessions or long-term performance art. The company recycles an average of 60% of all the junk it handles, donating appropriate goods to Goodwill, Habitat for Humanity, and the Salvation Army and only turning to garbage dumps as a last resort. When possible, the company retains tax-deductible receipts for donated items, lessening taxes and rewarding customers with additional spending money to save for rainy days or long-awaited clavichord lessons.