Our high quality staff. Most moving company employees are paid minimum wage so that the company can turn a larger profit [moving trucks are expensive!]. We pay our staff a higher starting wage to motivate employees to provide a better service [as well as offering performance incentives]. Our staff are gym regulars with athletic backgrounds and we believe they deserve compensation for that. The convenience of booking and paying online. Easy to use calendar. Multiple payment methods are accepted. Competitive pricing.  Since our staff is chalked with strong and motivated movers. People are impressed by how much quicker their move is completed – if theRead More →

It pays off to take time to look into a moving company. After all, you could be entrusting your personal belongings and address with strangers. Below are tips to spot those of questionable reliability, professionalism and a potential risk to your own safety.   1. Have you been browsing Kijiji or Craigslist? Unfortunately, these websites are havens for people looking to make a buck  movers that are not insured. This means that if your belongings are damaged or someone is injured, you could be liable.   2. Does the rate seem too good to be true? These could be people who only accept cash. Odds are that you won’t getRead More →

A standard charge for another insured moving company for 2 movers and a vehicle is $125+/hour with a 2-3 hour minimum. That’s a base charge of $250-375. Then they charge for fuel, insurance, taxes [if they’re legitimate], whether there are stairs… The list goes on. Since the average mover is only paid minimum wage [hourly], they don’t mind making a move last longer.   The Brawny Advantage You can rent a vehicle for a day for well under $50 if you plan ahead. You can hire 2 of our skilled and insured movers for $75/hour. With a 2 hour minimum, that’s a base charge ofRead More →