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5. Diggs Haul Incorporated
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Long Distance Moving

Offers remote services
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
  • Serves Marion, OH
We have expanded Atlanta & Miami are amongst of the newest additions to the Diggs Haul family. Diggs Haul Incorporated provides full-service long-distance & local moving services, and much more. Simply put, we make moving easy. Know what you're paying UPFRONT. We offer FLAT RATE services : ***Local and Long Distance Moving*** ***Heavy Furniture & lifting*** ——— Our focus is making your life easier. Whether it’s a long-distance, local move, or if you just need a piece of furniture moved. We provide a wide variety of services. We pride ourselves on providing world-class service. We offer extended hours to suit the busiest lifestyles. Need services with short notice? We can help. There’s no job too big or too small for us. Don’t hesitate to give us a call.See more
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We have expanded Atlanta & Miami are amongst of the newest additions to the Diggs Haul family. Diggs Haul Incorporated provides full-service long-distance & local moving services, and much more. Simply put, we make moving easy. Know what you're paying UPFRONT. We offer FLAT RATE services : ***Local and Long Distance Moving*** ***Heavy Furniture & lifting*** ——— Our focus is making your life easier. Whether it’s a long-distance, local move, or if you just need a piece of furniture moved. We provide a wide variety of services. We pride ourselves on providing world-class service. We offer extended hours to suit the busiest lifestyles. Need services with short notice? We can help. There’s no job too big or too small for us. Don’t hesitate to give us a call.

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Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

Can I use digital payments to pay for moving services?

Most local moving companies are likely to accept some form of digital payment. Particularly with the COVID-19 pandemic, more companies are likely to conduct transactions through platforms like PayPal, Zelle, Square Cash, Venmo, Google Pay and more. 

To ensure the mover accepts a platform you can use, you can peruse the mover’s online profile and see what is listed there. You can also ask the mover about payment policies during a consultation call.

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a mover during the COVID-19 pandemic?

If you’re trying to set up a consultation or an appointment with a mover during the COVID-19 pandemic, make sure to use digital tools to avoid exposure. When searching for movers online, ask if they’d be willing to do a video chat to assess the size of your move. This will be in place of the typical “walk-through” they perform, and they may be able to give you a price quote. You can also discuss safe strategies for completing the job during your call or video chat.

How can I find out if a mover is considered an essential COVID-19 service provider?

Your local city or state’s government website is a great resource if you’re trying to figure out whether a mover is considered an essential service provider during the COVID-19 pandemic.

For a source of national guidelines, visit the CISA website’s Identifying Critical Infrastructure During COVID-19. On this page, you’ll find 16 categories of critical infrastructure sectors. But note that some -- not all --  jurisdictions follow CISA’s definitions of critical infrastructure. 

Does a mover need to enter my home?

A mover will likely need to enter your home -- unless you’ve placed all of your belongings outside beforehand. To stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, you might to consider keeping all (or most) of the work outside and/or having at-risk individuals leave the house while the movers work. 

You can minimize exposure by doing a preliminary walk-through by video call instead of in person. Discuss your options with the top movers near you before hiring one.

Do movers offer remote or virtual services?

Movers generally need to be present to do their job. But if you come across a mover’s profile that states they’re offering remote services, you can contact them to see what those services include. 

Are there ways to be safe if I hire a mover when social distancing?

If you decide to hire a mover, consider making adjustments to accommodate current guidelines. This may involve staying outside while the mover works inside your home or letting the mover handle only parts of the move.

It’s important to follow social distancing guidelines while performing any service work. For example, do not make physical contact with the movers, maintain at least 6 feet of distance between you at all times, and use digital payments instead of cash or a check.

What is considered a local move vs. a long-distance move?

Local moves are among the most common moves. Unlike a long-distance move, a local move is typically less than 50 miles and does not cross state lines. Generally, a local move only takes one day, and movers tend to charge by the hour. 

The definition of a long-distance move may vary depending on the moving company. Generally, a long-distance considered to be any move of 400 miles or more. However, some say a long-distance move is over 50-100 miles. 

Local Move

A move under 50 miles

Long-Distance Move

A move over 50-100 miles or over 400 miles; may also be called an “interstate move” or “out-of-state move”

Out-of-State Move

A move that crosses state lines; may also be called an “interstate move” or “long-distance move”

Interstate Move

A move that crosses state lines; may also be called an “out-of-state move” or “long-distance move”

Intrastate Move

A move that begins and ends in the same state, typically beyond 50 miles

Interstate moves require additional legal preparation and will incur additional costs for distance, the amount and weight of your items, the preparation required and various other factors. Moving companies tend to do an initial weighing of the truck, which you should be present for.

A move that crosses state lines is considered an interstate move or an out-of-state move. Contrast this with an intrastate move, which begins and ends in the same state, but is typically above 50 miles. 

To determine whether your move is local or long-distance, contact the best movers in your area.

 

 

How much does it cost for long-distance movers?

Long-distance movers transport your belongings across the country for you. No more renting a trailer and road-tripping from state to state with your entire house hitched to your bumper. Long-distance movers make the move happen so you can fly to your new home, suitcase in hand, and wait for your furniture to arrive. Nationally, the average price range for long-distance movers is $1,490-$2,230. The distance you are moving and the number of cubic feet the movers have to transport will both affect cost. Another factor in long-distance moving costs is whether you choose to pay for an exclusive move or a consolidated move.

In an exclusive move, which is more expensive, your belongings are the only cargo on the moving truck. The movers travel directly to your new house and deliver your belongings on a scheduled day. A consolidated move is more affordable because the movers transport your belongings along with those of other people, saving them time and gas — which means you save money. The downside is that your belongings typically arrive with a two-week delivery window rather than on a prescheduled day. Read reviews to make sure you can trust the company with your possessions to ensure a peaceful moving process.

Can you move furniture by yourself?

You might be able to move smaller items like nightstands, small desks, chairs and small tables by yourself. However, it’s best to get a professional mover near you to move larger items such as couches, dressers, armoires and televisions. 

If you do decide to move furniture by yourself, carefully lift and lower items and take your time.

Is it cheaper to move your stuff or buy new stuff?

It often makes more financial sense to buy new stuff when you have the chance to sell furniture to offset the cost. The cost of moving your current furniture can sometimes be more than buying new things, particularly if the furniture is large or cumbersome to move. You can sell furniture online, or make a furniture donation and deduct it from your taxes (if it qualifies as a charitable contribution). Some places near you may even offer free furniture pickup when you choose to donate. 

If you have valuable furniture that would be costly to replace, however, it may be cheaper to move them. To find out which option is best for you, contact professional movers in your area to receive quotes and estimates.

Reviews for Marion movers
Mike K.
Maurice and Ty, the Douse brothers, were very courteous, friendly and professional. They treated my furniture as if it were their own. They were helpful in every way. They were efficient in getting things moved, while also being careful not to get injured. I would recommend them for anyone's moving needs.
Douse Deliveries and Moving LLCDouse Deliveries and Moving LLC
Lindsey M.
The guys arrived on time and were polite/professional, the price was reasonable. However, there are now several knicks on my bedroom furniture that were not there before. Some are small which is to be expected in a move but others are quite noticeable.
AmeriTrans Moving Co.AmeriTrans Moving Co.
Stephanie H.
Ebin and his teammate were very nice, thorough, quick, and above all, good communicators. Texted me the day before the move, morning of, and kept me updated with the Uhaul transaction and traffic situations. Very satisfied.
Smooth Moves LLCSmooth Moves LLC
Tina T.
The guys were nice and quick. But unreliable. The day they were supposed to be there I had to question where they were, he said he couldn't get a hold of his help and about hour and a half later I suggested rescheduling. Agreed to time and date and stressed that had to be then because was last day to be out. That day was hour and a half late. I had sent pics of the stuff that needed to be moved and it was a lot. Said it should take about 3 hrs after he saw the pictures ($240). I asked if $300 set fee was still good. He said yes. Well after the hassle of actually getting them there then he started wanting more money. Ended up giving them another $100 against my judgement as I was paying for this for a friend. Business is business. When you give a quote and agree to a flat rate you should stick to it. If there was a chance that it would be different it should have been stated or came and looked at the items needed moved, but there was no ESTIMATE or PROBABLY it was "We could do it for a flat rate of 300." Then to expect more after the scheduling issues and not showing up when supposed to. Won't recommend or use again. Only good thing is my friend said the guys were nice. I would suggest learning how to run a business properly though.
The A-TeamThe A-Team
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