While moving can be exciting, it can also be stressful. Even if you are physically able to move yourself, squeezing large furniture through narrow doorways and driving an unfamiliar truck can be a hassle. We researched the best movers in Green Bay to help make your move as seamless as possible.
Projections indicate Green Bay will see a strong increase in new residents in the coming decades. Combine that with the influx of Baby Boomers moving to senior living facilities and the recent growth in Hobart, and it’s clear that many people in northeastern Wisconsin will need relocation services. If you find yourself preparing to move, it’s important to choose movers you can trust.
Some moving companies personally employ and manage all their movers, while other companies serve as brokers that connect you with movers that are appropriately licensed and insured. Regardless of which type of company you work with, they’ll help you schedule your move and can answer any questions you have about the process.
Many aspects of hiring a moving company boil down to your preferences when it comes to how involved you want the movers to be and what your specific needs are. Some companies can help you pack and unpack or supply you with boxes and additional moving supplies.
When getting quotes from moving companies, don’t forget to ask the following questions, if they apply to you:
Do they charge for moving items up or down flights of stairs?
What is their claims process if any of your items are damaged?
What packing do you need to have done in advance, and what will they do when they arrive?
Will they move large, heavy or specialty items?
Do they offer short- or long-term storage?
Most companies will offer a free quote for your move. The distance of the move is a large factor in the price. Local moves are typically charged at an hourly rate while long-distance and interstate moves are charged based on the total weight of items moved.
To get the most accurate quote, take an inventory of how many items need to be moved. Alert the moving company of any extra large or unusual items that may require special handling. Don’t forget to include items in your garage, attic or any other space you may not use daily.
When moving long distance and in need of temporary storage, Colonial Van Lines has you covered. Customers love their professionalism, customer service and that they are up-front about every step of the moving process so you know what to expect, when to expect it and at what cost.
For state-to-state moves, American Van Lines is a national company offering residential, corporate and military relocation. Last-minute moves are considered for no additional fee. Fragile items, such as pianos, fine arts and antiques are moved by trained and certified professionals. American Van Lines prides themselves on a fleet of modern trucks with air-ride suspension so your belongings arrive no worse for wear.
Mile High Van Lines
Founded in Denver in 2008, Mile High Van Lines has expanded its service area for state-to-state moves. Interstate moving services can include packing and extra furniture protection. A consultant assigned to you will make your move less stressful. Customer reviews say Mile High movers are timely and hard working while customer service is attentive and professional.
Dan's Moving Van
Founded in Green Bay, Dan’s Moving Van serves Northeast Wisconsin. They do not charge for stairs and provide disassembly and reassembly services free of charge. They also protect items with stretch wrap and padding at no additional charge. Customers note their professionalism and respectful demeanor, especially when assisting seniors.
Total Relocation Services
In addition to moving assistance, Total Relocation Services offers a wide range of complementing services, including auto transport, cleaning services, electronics breakdown and setup, debris removal and real estate services. They are based in Green Bay, and local reviewers praise their customer service.