Welcome To The Neighborhood Welcome Package

Welcome to the Neighborhood Package!

Moving to a new neighborhood can be a little overwhelming. Luckily, when you move with Men on the Move, they will give you an exclusive Welcome to the Neighborhood package. This exclusive package only available at Men on the Move has great discounts and deals from local companies. In addition to deep discounts, it also includes free items as well.

We Would Like To Say Welcome To The Neighborhood

We know that getting familiar with a new neighborhood can take awhile. Our Welcome Package offers great discounts on pizza, haircuts and even having a deck built! The package includes great offers from companies such as:

With more to follow! Of course, this is just one of the perks when choosing Men on the Move for your next move.

In addition, you will be eligible to enter a gift card giveaway that is only available to customers that have moved with us. Most importantly though, you will be able to rate & review us. We are proud of our reputation and want the opportunity to prove it to you!

Book Your Michigan Move Today!

By booking your move with Men on the Move, you can rest assured you are getting one of the best moving companies in Michigan. Also, Men on the Move is a fully insured and accredited moving company. In addition, we excel at customer service and are with you every step of the way for your move. Also, we have been given the Angie’s List Super Service Award two years in a row.

No matter where you are moving to in Michigan, from Canton to Jackson, we can move you! We offer residential moves, commercial moves, and long-distance moves. Need packaging? We have that as well. With a great Welcome Package, insured movers and excellent customer service, the clear choice is Men on the Move. Men on the Move is located in Livonia off Merriman Road or give us a call today at 734-744-9547.

Finally, we can answer any questions you may have about moving, and once you decide to move with us, you will receive a great Welcome to the Neighborhood package.

Preparing for an Interstate Move

When moving long distances from Michigan, ensuring that you find the right moving company is very important. Before you hire a company to move your valuables, you want to do thorough research before making a commitment and signing any documentation. Interstate moving is a much deeper process than Intrastate moving, simply because they will be carrying your things a much longer distance. It is very important to know whether you are dealing with a broker or an actual moving company. When dealing with a broker, make sure to ask who the company is that will be moving you, and once again, do your research.

As sad as it is, there are many out there that will claim to be a reliable moving company, but are just looking to take advantage of you. I would like to share some red flags and things to avoid when hiring a moving company for your intrastate move.


Interstate Movers in Michigan

Moving Long Distance Quote Form

Are you in Michigan and need and interstate moving company? Men on the move can help!

  • Interstate movers for moving from outside Michigan to Michigan, or from Michigan to another state.
  • Intrastate moving around the Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor areas perfect for college students or moves around Oakland, Wayne and Macomb Counties. But as well as Moving form the Metro Detroit area to Grand Rapids or Traverse City.
  • Men on the Move is Competitively priced and fully insured.
  • Free online quotes by clicking here and filling out this for.
  • Senior and Military moving specials.

Moving across state lines shouldn’t be an issue with the proper moving company. Let us be your movers for your interstate or intrastate move. We are proud to be a quality moving company that allows you to easy and price effectively move across state lines. Why drive or tow your stuff cross county. Let our movers handle the driving for you.

Even if your intrastate move is just around the Detroit region and you’re moving from Shelby township or Harrison township to Northville or Plymouth. Even if you choose to move from West Bloomfield to California we can be of assistance.

Be sure to fill out the form for a free quote for your business or residence.

TRADE in or FIX up ?

I recently went though this with my car and now I’m having same debates with my Moving Trucks. Trade in or fix up. It’s always tough to say. Below is a few things that make help you of your in this same boat.

When should you start thinking about buying a new car? For many people, that decision is coming later and later. Drivers are keeping their cars much longer these days — eight to 10 years on average, according to AAA. The precise moment varies from case to case and car to car, but there are some signposts along the way to the junkyard. The factors you should consider include:

1. Trade-in value. How important is trade-in or resale value to you? Virtually all new cars begin to lose value as soon as they are driven off the dealer’s lot. After the initial hit — a car might lose 25 percent or more of its original sticker-price value in the first year — the speed of depreciation drops off considerably. But there comes a point — roughly around the five- to six-year, or 50,000- to 60,000-mile, mark — when that value takes another plunge. That’s what you want to watch out for. If you want to get top dollar, you should be thinking about retiring your car sometime before it reaches middle age.

2. Price trade-offs. Would you rather have a monthly payment or face the possibility of occasional (and potentially large) repair bills? Once a new car is out of warranty, you start playing Russian roulette with unexpected expenses. Some cars are more reliable over time. Checking sources like Consumer Reports, J.D. Power and Associates customer satisfaction rankings and government recall data will give you a good feel for vehicle track records. If you keep track of how much money you’re putting into your car for upkeep, you’ll be able to notice any expense trends that scream, “It’s time for a new car.” A $2,500 repair bill for an older car is the equivalent of more than seven months of $350-a-month payments on a new car.

3. Hassle. How willing are you to deal with more frequent trips to the repair shop? The older the car, the more often you’ll find yourself returning for both big repair bills and regular service. For some drivers, maintenance is a labor of love, but for others, it’s just a hassle. And for those who live and die by reliability — especially one-car families and people who need a car for work — the maintenance challenges of an older car might be a bit much.

4. Peripheral costs. Beyond your monthly car payment, consider the “peripheral” costs, such as insurance and personal property taxes. One of the real downsides to owning a new or relatively new car is that peripheral costs can be high. And many people don’t take them into account when considering a new car purchase. Some states levy personal property taxes that can be $1,000 or more annually on a new vehicle. But a car that’s eight or nine years old might cost you next to nothing in personal property taxes. It’s the same story with insurance. New cars cost more because repair or replacement bills are more expensive than for older cars.

5. Newness. This last factor is the most subjective, but it’s no less important in your purchase decision. Some people are perfectly content to drive an older car, so long as it still runs well and is paid off. But others put a lot of stock in what their wheels say about them. And there are people in some professions, such as real estate, where it’s important to be seen in a car that isn’t a faded old beater. It’s hard to say with any precision when a car has grown too long in the tooth — you know it when you see it. But if you consider these factors before you start trolling the dealerships, you’ll be better armed to make the right choice.

May is National Moving Month:

We bet that you didn’t know that National Moving Month is in May, did you?  Well, all through the month of May we get to celebrate National Moving Month – it runs all month, from the 1st through the 31st.  So, what is National Moving Month all about?

Things kick off on May 1st and the celebration mainly focuses on the moving industry.  It is an excellent way to set off the moving season since most people happen to relocate in the spring and summer months.  In fact, almost 44 million people pack everything up and move to a new home or neighborhood each year in the United States alone.  (And most of these moves are initiated during the peak season – between May and September.)

So, what else does National Moving Month entail?  Well, during this special period, most moving experts will be focused on not only providing relocation services to residents and businesses but also educating Americans like yourself about how to plan a successful and efficient move, sharing tips on packing, and how to handle your children’s concerns during a move.

In addition to being able to learn more about the moving industry and making your next relocation even easier, National Moving Month is a great time to find specials from various moving companies and get lots of extra support for relocating.  Though it may not be a widely known celebratory month, we sure like it!

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