Budget Buster Movers does local and long-distance moves. We serve Chesapeake, Norfolk, Va Beach, Hampton, Newport News and Yorktown. Same and next-day moving are available.
We are a local, independently owned/non-franchised full-service moving company, offering local and long-distance moving services. We are open 7 days a week, including last minute and short-notice moving.
We can wrap, pack and box your entire home, apartment or office and move all your belongings to your new home, apartment, storage facility or office, or we can move your already-packed boxes/items and move everything to your new location.
Please give us a call for more info on moving rates, moving availability and to schedule your upcoming move.
Last-minute packing and moving are offered 7 days a week.
* 2 professional movers (no criminals, felons or illegals) plus truck at $55.00/hour (3 hours minimum)
* 3 professional movers (no criminals, felons or illegals) plus truck at $75.00/hour (3 hours minimum)
* 4 professional movers (no criminals, felons or illegals) plus truck at $95.00/hour (3 hours minimum)
Short-notice, same and next-day moving, and local and long-distance moving are available 365 days a year.
We are insured, licensed, and have workman's comp. Insurance. We bet the other moving companies can't provide proof of license, insurance and worker's comp. insurance (It's a federal and a state law that all companies with 3 or more employees must have a worker's comp. insurance policy to protect the consumer/customer and employee, in case of accident, injury or death. Legal/legitimate federal and state tax-paying companies must have it.). Even though they claim and advertise they have these required coverages, we will provide you with proof. Ask the others to do the same, then book your families' moving job with us.
If a company hires and employs their own workers and deducts from pay their city, state and federal taxes, they must have a worker's comp. insurance policy because the state and federal government will send them a letter to provide proof of worker's comp. insurance, or they will be shut down. This is the best way for a consumer/customer to actually find out if a company hires their own employees (not picked up off the street, illegal alien, or from a temp agency).
Also, most companies only accepting "cash payments" probably are paying workers under the table, plus, to have a worker's comp. insurance policy, you must have state and federal tax ID numbers and a business bank account.