Ok, so you’ve got an upcoming long distance move – and you’ve decided DIY moving is the best route.
You say to yourself, “Self, I’m going to save some money, set my own schedule, and avoid the hassle of quotes and calls from home moving companies.” After all, how bad could driving a fully-loaded truck 1,700 miles in the heat of summer really be?
Well, in reality, it can be pretty bad, according to past do-it-yourself movers of households and furniture who have since discovered the ease, speed, and affordability of uShip.
Of those converted movers, 7 in 10 say they are very and somewhat likely to use uShip over DIY on their next move.
Turns out, the hands-on route doesn’t always save you money, and it can cost you a lot more in unexpected headaches, complications, challenges, and even bodily injury. In other words, if you rent-a-truck to save a buck, there’s a good chance you won’t.
For those who embarked on a DIY moving journey, 50 percent ended up wishing they’d hired a professional instead.
The uglier side of DIY:
So much for the money saving option.
Desperate times, desperate measures of avoidance:
Fear not, wary movers: the uShip solution is here to help. No sacrificial dish duty or pizza celibacy required.
Of the people that let the pros take over, motivations varied:
Ready to forego the strain of DIY moving and opt for competing rates from feedback-rated movers?