How much does it cost to hire a moving company?

Estimating the cost of a moving company is tricky. We know, we’ve spent years developing cost predictor algorithms and moving cost checklists to try and answer these questions. In the table below you’ll find basic ballpark ranges for move pricing. Use the cost calculator above for a more specific breakdown on moving costs.

*Ranges shown are very rough estimates based on historical pricing info. Some pricing and availability have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The actual cost of your move will vary. The best way to get accurate pricing is to request a free quote from Badar Movers and Packer in Abu Dhabi.

Distance1 bedroom2 – 3 bedrooms4 – 5 bedrooms
<50 miles$240 – $675$710 – $1,400$1,100 – $4,900
250 miles$800 – $2,300$1,400 – $3,950$2,050 – $4,700
1000 miles+$950 – $2,900$2,100 – $7,800$4,900 – $8,100
2500 miles+$1,300 – $3,800$3,400 – $7,900$8,400+

How much do movers cost?

On average, hiring professional movers for a local move will cost from $300 to $1,500 depending on the size of the move. Long distance movers will cost on average $2,400 – $5,000 depending on the size of the move and the distance. Cross-country moving costs will be significantly more than moving to a nearby state.

What is the average cost to hire a moving company?

For around moves, nearby trucking organizations accuse constantly of rates going from $50 to $200 every hour. The hourly moving rate depends on the quantity of folks expected to finish the work.

A studio or little one-room loft regularly requires 2 specialists and requires 2-3 hours to finish with a rough last expense of $150 to $400. A bigger 2-3 room home may require 6-10 hours, require 3-5 laborers, and cost $600 to $2,000 complete.

Significant distance moving organizations charge by the complete weight (per pound) or volume of your family merchandise. The expense of moving a house can go from $600 up to many thousands relying upon the size and distance of the move.

A little one-room will regularly weigh around 2,000 lbs and cost somewhere in the range of $600 for a couple hundred miles to $2,500+ for a crosscountry move. A 2-3 room home will commonly weigh 5,000lbs with estimated costs going from $1,700 to $7,000 contingent upon the distance.

Different charges like transport trucks, claim to fame pressing, massive things (pool table), and more can add huge adds up to a moving statement. Moving in or out of less populated zones like Montana or the Dakotas will commonly cost more since less movers travel to these zones.

How do I estimate moving costs?

Estimating the cost of moving to a new home involves a lot of variables. Here are some major move cost factors…

Move size – larger moves are more expensive

Distance – the longer the distance the more the move will cost

Time of year – summer pricing is higher because it’s peak season

Do-it-yourself vs Pro Mover – DIY is usually cheaper

Specialty items – piano, pool tables, hot tubs, motorcycles, safes, etc. are expensive to move

Moving date – moving prices tend to be more affordable middle of the week and middle of the month

Additional costs – packing supplies, long carry charges, full packing, unpacking, shuttle truck fees, travel fees