Dependable Apartment & Condo Moving
Multi-unit moving advantages
Caring, professional local apartment and condo moving company
Moving into or out of a condo or apartment, one of your concerns will be either disturbing your neighbors or damaging community property, such as hallways or elevators. That is why we train our moving crews in-house to understand how to properly protect the area and your furniture when in a multi-unit environment. We teach our moving crews how to properly apply our high-quality door, floor and wall protection, as well as how to properly wrap and transport items. You will also have a dedicated, knowledgeable move manager who will act as your single point of contact to manage every step of your move and answer any questions you may have.
A less stressful condo and apartment move in Dallas
- Transparent communication all through the moving process
- A personal moving portal to track your move
- Clear pricing with no hidden or “fine-print” fees
- Crews that are professional, trained and background checked
- Track your items with our advanced technology
Personalized budget and plan for your apartment move
MoveDay provides full-service packing, loading, and unloading to help with your move, but we can scale up or scale down based on your individual needs. Because of this, we also have labor-only moving options where we can simply come and lend a helping hand with heavier items in your DIY move, as well as disassemble and reassemble furniture services. Our team also put together helpful moving checklists that will point out ways you can save time and money on your apartment or condo move, to make sure that even if you’re doing it yourself, you can make sure it goes as smoothly as possible.
FAQs for condo & apartment moving
his is one of the main concerns we see with apartment or condominium moves, as rules tend to be stricter when it comes to multi-unit living. Many buildings will only allow you to move in or out on certain days of the week.
MoveDay prides itself on being one of the most flexible and accommodating local moving companies in Dallas. We understand the stress of trying to work with a specific date and coming up against local moving companies who are trying to get you to fit into their schedule instead of the other way around. While we do come up against capacity issues, especially during peak moving season (May- September), unlike many DFW local moving companies, we have many professional moving crews on hand. We also have the backing of our global relocation company, Suddath, and are able to call in for reinforcements when needed.
On our website, you can find our calendar of availability and easily submit your moving date request. This will allow you to quickly know if we have any blackout dates. For the best possibility of getting your desired date, we recommend reaching out as soon as possible, as early as four to six weeks in advance during peak moving season to learn immediately if there is any reason that we may be unable to move you on your requested day.
Right from the beginning of your search for a Dallas local mover, we want you to feel comfortable with MoveDay. That’s why we have made the quote process as easy as possible – you will start off by giving us some simple information about your apartment or condo and what you’ll be moving via our online form. From there, we will provide you with a general quote to help you budget and reach out to you to perform a virtual moving survey. A virtual moving survey is a vital step where you will send a guided video of your home to our moving experts so they can validate information, and make sure all the information is correct. This makes sure that the moving crew is prepared on moving day, and you’re getting the most accurate quote.
Once you have the final quote for your apartment or condo move, our move managers are available to walk you through it and discuss any options or services you may or may not need. We want you to feel 100% informed, and like you’re only paying for what you need.
There are many factors to consider when you are moving in or out of an apartment or condominium. Our team has a lot of experience with helping people move in and out of multi-unit spaces around Dallas, and our goal is to make it as simple as possible.
The main item you may want to consider with an apartment or condo move in Dallas is looking at your rules for moving – some may have rules about days you can move, elevator uses, parking permits for a moving van, and more. Research these rules or ask your MoveDay move coordinator. We can help you navigate these rules to ensure compliance. Through your moving portal, all of the moving information you need will be at your fingertips and easily accessible throughout the entire move process.
Sometimes moves don’t always go as planned, and we are here to help. We can absolutely store your items until you’re able to move them into your new space. Our team is we fully prepared to accommodate your storage needs whenever a last-minute change arises. MoveDay has a state-of-the-art 150,000 square foot storage facility in Dallas, featuring 24-hour surveillance and a fire suppression system that will ensure that your belongings are fully protected.
We also provide temperature and climate-controlled storage for sensitive items that may require special care, such as antiques, wine or art. Our storage services are a flexible, easy and affordable addition to your local apartment and condominium move.
Making sure your pets have an easy transition is one of the most important aspects of the local moving process. We want to ensure your pets stay safe and happy throughout and aren’t too disturbed by the move.
The best thing we advise our local moving clients to do is to either set up a pet sitter for your animal, or a day care visit during the move. This will make sure they aren’t upset or disrupted by the movers and are safe throughout. If you’re unable to do that, we advise that you set aside a room for your pet, just make sure it is empty except for items you’ll be taking with you, such as a pet bed, any comforting toys, and a food and water bowl. Then, designate it as a “do not enter” area for movers, so your pet can ride out the move relatively undisturbed.
For other tips, please look in our Checklist for Moving with Pets, where we have compiled all of our best practices for keeping your fur babies happy and safe during your local move.
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