Long Distance Moving

The Trusted Tucson Long Distance Movers

Need professional Tucson long distance movers you can trust to deliver your belongings safely?

Call Assurance Relocation Systems today!

We are a full-service moving and storage company in Tucson, and we have the solutions to all of your relocation needs.  We are family-owned and operated, meaning you get the attention to detail and personalized service you need in order to have a simple and straightforward out-of-state move.  Our highly-trained staff of skilled Tucson movers are well-versed in all aspects of moving and storage, and they help you get settled into your new home efficiently, and at a competitive price.


Personalized Move Plans

Whether you are moving out-of-state for a new job, to be closer to family or perhaps you’re transferring schools, Assurance Relocation Systems are the Tucson long distance movers who will create a moving plan that is personalized to meet the needs of your family or business. Out-of-state moves are a big undertaking, due to all of the time and preparation needed for it to be successful. At Assurance Relocation Systems, we know that no two out-of-state moves are the same. That’s why we assign each of our out-of-state move customers a Tucson move coordinator, who will assist you throughout the course of your move.

Moving out-of-state Supplies

While preparing for your long distance Tucson move, should you decide you want to pack yourself, Assurance Relocation Systems can offer you the best packing supplies and moving boxes. You can view a chart of available supplies and prices on our Packing Supplies page.

For more information on our out-of-state moving and storage services in Tucson, fill out the form on this page and get a free quote.

Assurance Relocation Systems are the Tucson long distance movers ready to deliver your successful move!

Long Distance Moving FAQs

Are you looking to handle your move from beginning to end? A full service moving company likes Assurance moving and locations can do that more easily. ‘’Full-Service’’ means the moving experts will come to your old house with their truck, load your belongings, drive them to the new destination and unload your items safely. A leading and trusted full service moving companies typically offer additional services as well, such as packing, unpacking of boxes, disassembling furniture and reassembling furniture. Of course, you’re always able to box up your own belongings and rely on the long-distance moving company team to do the rest. These companies are popular among people who’re moving at the last minute, as well as those who lack the time and ability to move at new place. While hiring a full service moving company means spending big bucks, many will tell you that the added convenience is well worth the higher price tag.
Before you hire a moving agency in your city, make sure that the mover is properly licensed and insured. All interstate movers are required to register with the Federal government and can be found in the U.S DOT system. Local moving companies, on the other hand, are only regulated by the state. So, be sure to check your state’s requirements to ensure that the local mover is authorized. In addition, that they are completely licensed and insured, you should also check their complaint history and customer reviews. To do so, you can visit the BBB website and start by checking their profile. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a non-profit organization helping people find companies they can trust. If a moving company has been accredited by the BBB, it means the long-distance moving companies have met the organization’s accreditation standards.
When interviewing trusted and experienced moving companies for the moving join, we suggest obtaining at least three to four moving quotes from different companies. This will give you a good idea of how much your move will cost, shows their reliability and past jobs.
If you’re thinking to move in summers (between May to September) which is a peak moving season in the US, be prepared to pay high prices for professional moving company experts. If you do have to move during peak season, we suggest aiming for a mid-month, mid-week move. Demand for movers tends to be high during weekends as well as at the beginning and month-end. If you move during the winter season, you may save big chunks of money on a weekday as opposed to a weekend.
There are two types of moving estimates or price quotes that a moving agency can provide to their clients, binding and non-binding estimates. However, non-binding estimates are more common, especially for long-distance moves. A binding estimate means that the price quoted in the estimate is the amount you have to pay, even If your shipment weighs more than the estimated amount or less than the estimated amount. Unlike a non-binding estimate, the moving expert may charge you for this service. The best option of all binding and non-binding estimates is the binding not-to-exceed estimate. It means if your actual shipment weight is more than the written estimate; you still pay the amount quoted. However, if the actual weight is less than the estimated one, you pay the lesser amount. If you ask for not-to-exceed estimates from movers you will never pay a higher price than what’s on the estimate. Whenever you get an estimate for a moving job, always prefer to get binding not-to-exceed.
Out of all different types of moving estimates, the binding not-to-exceed estimate tends to be the most popular among customers who plan to make interstate or long-distance move. It also happens to be the easiest to explain. Binding Not-To-Exceed estimate means that even if the weight of a customer’s shipment exceeds the original estimate, they won’t be charged extra. Instead, they have to pay amount that was originally quoted. However, if the shipment weighs less than originally estimated, customers have to pay the cost of shipping of actual weight. This means if you agree for a binding not-to-exceed estimate, you could end up paying less!
If you’re moving for long-distance, your estimate should include the name and address of your moving company, the tariff cost, miles traveled, minimum weight of belongings, estimated weight, any discounts applied, packing and unpacking service charges, storage fees, transportation charges, fuel surcharges, insurance amount and accessorial services.