Hi, thank you for visiting Topmoving.ca with your question about the cost of moving from Windsor, Ontario to Calgary, Alberta. I will be happy to help you with your question.
The cost of interprovincial moving
Your move to a new province/territory is going to going to cost you money, but the amount will vary significantly based on a few different factors:
- The amount/weight of goods you'll need to be moved: Do you have a one-bedroom apartment, or a five-bedroom house? The weight of your shipment/truck load will be a major factor in determining the price of your move
- The distance you will be moving: Your move is long distance, and therefore will be charged by the distance, and not by the hour (local moves generally charge per hour worth of labour)
- The services you require: Do you need everything packed for you? Or will you be packing all of your boxes, and simply need blanket wrapping for your furniture? Do you need packing materials? Most moving companies charge extra for that
As far as your other concerns go, we have a lot of helpful information about spotting
hidden moving fees
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check on a moving company
(so you know if they are licensed and bonded) and how
to choose a moving company
. The estimated delivery of your shipment will have to be something you discuss with your potential moving company, because it will depend on if your shipment is a full load that will be headed directly to your new home (more costly), or if it is part of a consolidated shipment.
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