Looking for some quick answers to keep your move running smooth? Check out these common questions for additional help along the way.
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- If weather is a factor to you, we suggest you schedule a move during the summer time.
- If you are looking to move for the best price possible, we suggest scheduling a move during the winter months
Yota Moving will offer you insurance options depending on the distance and the size of the move. This will give you peace of mind that you will receive fair compensation in the case your belongings get damaged during the move.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) requires all moving companies to use the Double Drive Time Law to protect consumers. Using Double Drive time provides visibility to the customer of the actual driving costs being paid and it compensates the moving company for their actual driving time to return to the origin (where the job started)
Using the Double Drive Time Law:
- The customer is responsible for all drive time between the new and old house or office.
- The moving company is responsible for the driving time between their warehouse and the origin location.
- Disassembly and reassembly of items as required
- Wrapping furniture with thick moving pads
- Free wardrobe boxes for your use
- Cargo Insurance is included in our total cost.
- And also our moving staff will position your furniture as directed by you.
YOTA MOVING RATES
HOW MUCH DOES YOTA MOVING COST?
At YOTA MOVING we charge hourly for local moves and by weight and miles for long-distance moves. You can contact YOTA MOVING via phone/email for additional pricing information.
WHAT FACTORS MAY AFFECT MY MOVE COST?
At YOTA MOVING we are aimed to make the move cost as simple as possible for customer to understand. We have an affordable hourly rate without any hidden fees.
There is no single best box for moving. Different items require different types of moving boxes. To avoid damage during the move, you’ll want a combination of standard sized boxes:
Small box (1.5 ft3): best for heavy items such as books, canned goods, shoes, etc.
Medium box (3 ft3): best for items without a uniform shape such as lamps, lamp shades, or small kitchen appliances.
Large box (4.5 ft3) and extra-large box (6 ft3): best for light items like pillows and bedding.
Picture box: best for framed artwork, mirrors, and other thin items that are fragile and breakable.
Dish barrel and dish pack inserts: best for packing dishes and other fragile kitchen items.
Wardrobe box: best for clothes on hangers.
It depends of the size of your house/condo/apartment.
For 1-2 bedroom our customers usually need 7 large, 12 medium, 4 extra wide and 3 wardrobe boxes.
For 2-3 bedroom it is 10 large, 14 medium, 8 extra wide and 4 wardrobe boxes.
For 3-4 bedroom it is 15 large, 20 medium, 9 extra wide and 5 wardrobe boxes.
For large house it is 20 large, 24 medium, 11 extra wide and 6 wardrobe boxes.
Decide what you will pack in the moving box. Packing similar items in each box will make labelling easier.
Label each box on the top and sides, indicating what contents are in the box (e.g., utensils, books, or sheets).
Label each box with what room it belongs in, so the movers know where to place it in your new home (e.g., if the box contains your sheets, mark it master bedroom). This will simplify the unpacking process since you won’t have to move items from one room to another after unloading.
Number each box. Knowing how many boxes you’re moving in total will help ensure that nothing gets lost during the move.