Professional Long Distance Movers in Maryland & Virginia
The stress of finding the right a long-distance mover can be a painful process, and when you factor in the stress of long-distance travel, interstate paperwork, new schools, new jobs, new friends, new climate – the whole process can be quite an ordeal. Topline Moving may be one heck of a local Maryland mover in MD, Washington DC, and VA, but when it comes to long-distance moving, that’s where we really shine. We are truly one of a kind as a long distance mover, because we have all the experience and resources to ensure that your long distance move goes smoothly.
Long distance relocation requires a lot of planning and strategic thinking. Unlike local moves, long-distance moves usually involve a short period of storage between the day of the pickup and the time your household or office goods are loaded onto a tractor trailer. Local moves are fairly simple projects, involving a pickup and delivery on the same day. Long-distance moves require a higher level of coordination of resources between local trucks, long-distance tractor trailers, and warehouse storage. Your plate is already chock full of things to do when attempting to relocate your family or business (or both!) to a new state, so let us handle the daunting task of arranging and facilitating the safe, secure, and timely delivery of your belongings across state lines as quickly and efficiently as possible. By allowing us to do the packing and planning, your time will be free to handle the “softer” aspects of your move, which involve ensuring that you and your family adjust to your new surroundings with the greatest amount of ease and comfort.
We’ve been helping clients move about the country for over 10 years, so our staff is very experienced with the intricacies of planning and executing a perfect long distance move. From the moment you first contact us, to the time we safely deliver the last of your belongings at your new home we stand behind our promises to you that you couldn’t have picked a better moving company to handle your move. Day by day, the ranks of our satisfied clients are swelling with more and more pleased customers, and they are fully confident in recommending us to their family, friends and coworkers. That says a lot about our services. We can’t wait to see how happy you’ll be with our services once you arrive at your new home. It totally makes our day, and it never gets old.
So if need a long distance mover in Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia, to handle your long distance packing and logistics, give Topline a call today. You’d be truly hard pressed to find a better moving staff, with better moving resources, and a better attitude than Topline Moving & Storage. So what are you waiting for? The solution to all of your long distance relocation problems is only a phone call or email away.
If you want to learn more about the process here’s some more information (below). Please feel free to contact our expert relocation staff if you have additional questions. We’re available online and over the phone to assist you with every step of the process.
Long Distance Moving Costs
The cost of your long distance move is usually determined by the following factors:
- The weight of your shipment and the distance of your move
- Any extra moving services, such as packing and unpacking of your belongings
- Your choice of additional valuation (insurance) for your personal items
- The need for moving storage in transit while you are getting settled in your new location
- Additional charges including (but not limited to) additional flights of stairs, elevators, excessively long carry distances, the need to use a small shuttle vehicle, etc.
Government Regulated Weigh-Stations for Long Distance Moving
Long distance moving companies are not able to determine the exact weight of your shipment until it has been weighed. Government regulated weigh-stations weigh our moving trucks before pick-up of your household or office goods and after the pick-up. The difference between the weight of your shipment before your shipment is loaded onto the truck, and the weight of your shipment after all of your belongings are loaded onto the truck represents the true weight of your cargo. On the day of your move, you will be provided with official weight receipts of your shipment.
Sample Weight Estimator
To give you a better idea about how to estimate the cost of your move, take a look at the chart below. Keep in mind that these are only averages, so the numbers are approximate in nature. Your individual circumstances may vary.
Estimate Weight for Long Distance Move
Type of Dwelling
1 Bedroom Apartment
2 Bedroom Apartment
2 Bedroom House
3 Bedroom House
Average Weight (in lbs)
1,500 to 2,500 Lbs.
2,500 to 4,000 Lbs.
2,000 to 5,000 Lbs.
6,500 to 8,000 Lbs.
12,500 Lbs. +
We serve the following states within the United States:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
For immediate assistance…
Call 800.715.8302 today to speak with a Relocation Expert right now! You can also request a Free Moving Estimate online right now.
Moving can be a very stressful event when you don’t plan ahead, so don’t waste more time and get started planning your move