Finding a reasonable price for lifting, packing and transporting all of your worldly possessions from one home to another can be aggravating (to say the least). You have to repeat your inventory over and over… and over again, to multiple companies. And after choosing one, you may wind up forking over extra money in hidden fees, surcharges, etc.
Cue Unpakt.com, a price comparison and booking site that helps ease the pain of finding a trustworthy (and affordable) mover. Unpakt streamlines the entire process to under an hour, giving DC-area residents the ability to compare local moving companies side by side—instantly and for free.
Unpakt, now available throughout the DC area (and across the country), does all of the math and research for you. Simply enter the size of your place, where you are going and what furniture you have (don’t worry, Unpakt helps you figure that out, too). Instantly, you’re shown exact prices for your move from over 25 reputable and experienced nearby companies. You can compare customer reviews and, once you’ve found your perfect mover, book directly through the site.
While Unpakt can’t find you that perfect restored Georgetown row home, they’ll make moving into it a piece of cake.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/unpakt_takes_the_pain_out_of_moving_in_dc/7275
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