Moving is a complicated endeavor, especially since modern houses are built to withstand natural disasters and won’t budge unless you trick them with candy. Persuade your home to move to a new location with today's Groupon: for $39, you get one hour of moving services from Five College Movers (a $109 value using two movers; packing services additional if desired).
A full-service, speed-sensitive moving company, Five College Movers employs none but the most skillful Jenga players to carefully stow and stack clients' possessions into cavernous trucks. The company’s licensed and conscientious relocators promise a stress-free experience for homeowners, carefully loading all your stuff onto their wide, stress-bearing shoulders and heaving any freeloading anxiety directly into traffic. Five College Movers will cheerfully transport items to houses or hideouts of any size; travel time to the client's home isn't billed if the house is within an hour of Amherst, although Five College Movers does charge for return travel once the job has been finished at a rate of $1 per mile. Free at-home estimates and online quotes are available to clients.
Five College Movers
The maroon-uniformed professionals of Five College Movers employ forcible problem solving skills, firm muscles, and a robust work ethic to safely transport residential and commercial property to new digs anywhere within the contiguous 48 states. A member of the both the Amherst Area and Greater Northampton chambers of commerce, the company treats customers' possessions with the utmost care, shrink wrapping and blanketing furniture, disassembling bulky items, and guarding floors and doors with runners and jamb protectors. Standard insurance is included with each move, safeguarding the value of particularly delicate items such as fine china or Debbie Harry's glass heart.
When not busy escorting clients across the country, Five College Movers lend their hands and open their wallets to local organizations and charities. Unwanted food and other items left behind by their relocating clientele are donated to the Amherst Survival Center, and quality used furniture and clothing donations are loaded into the truck and toted to the Hadley Salvation Army.