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How Much Does it Cost to Move Locally in Charlotte?

If you’ve been living in Charlotte for a while, you’ve probably been to attractions like The NASCAR Hall of Fame and Discovery Place. Now that you’re moving to a different part of the city, you may be closer to sites like the Harvey B. Gantt Center, the Carolinas Aviation Museum and Freedom Park. Making a local move in Charlotte can truly help you discover all the great things the city has to offer.

 

To better plan for your move, here are some price estimates you’ll need when it comes to moving your items:

Average Cost of Moving Within Charlotte
Studio (217cf) $390.54
Studio Alcove (275cf) $429.66
1 Bedroom, Small (353cf) $432.91
1 Bedroom, Large (473cf) $561.93
2 Bedroom (708cf) $779.89
3 Bedroom (1106cf) $1,230.49
4 Bedroom (1517cf) $1,589.94

[Data from August 2016]

 

If you need to put some of your items in storage, here’s an average of how much you can expect to pay:

1 Month Storage Rate
Studio (217cf) $64.95
Studio Alcove (275cf) $82.50
1 Bedroom, Small (353cf) $105.81
1 Bedroom, Large (473cf) $141.87
2 Bedroom (708cf) $212.52
3 Bedroom (1106cf) $331.83
4 Bedroom (1517cf) $454.98

[Data from August 2016]

 

Permits for Moving

If you have to get a moving permit for your Charlotte move, you can get all the information you need here.

 

Best Times to Move

June, July, and August are the busiest months for moving companies. If you can, plan your move in the fall or early winter. Even if you’re moving locally, it will be easier for you to find a company to safely transport your belongings or put your items in storage until you want to retrieve them.

 

Charlotte moving companies are often featured on the Unpakt website. Check back with us often for updates on local movers that would work best for you.