Long Distance Relocations
A long distance relocation is an exciting, yet daunting journey, and the entire Corrigan team is here to help you through it. An agent of United Van Lines, we have the most talented collection of long distance household drivers in the nation. Our expert moving coordinators work with you and with our drivers on a daily basis to coordinate and execute cross-country moves in every part of America. Our experience ensures that big transitions are made with little disruption.
The Long Distance Relocation Process
While local moves are often completed in one day, long distance relocations take several days to complete. The move process starts with a no-cost, no-obligation survey, where one of our representatives will come to your home to meet with you and survey the items you will be moving. At that time, our representatives will work with you to customize a moving plan that meets your needs and stays within your budget.
Once we’ve agreed on a plan, you’ll be assigned to one of our highly trained move coordinators, who’ll work with you from start to finish. Whether it’s to proactively keep you informed of your move’s progress or to answer your questions throughout the process, your coordinator is always just a phone call away.
When your load day arrives, an experienced long distance United driver will arrive at your home with a 53’ tractor trailer. Depending on the size of your home, your carefully-padded belongings will be transported solo or along with other customers’ items. By optimally loading all 53 feet of space on our trailers, we’re able to pass along additional savings to our customers.
Because of the distance our drivers travel, you’ll be given a short range of days that your shipment will be delivered within. Your move coordinator will keep you informed of your belongings’ status and will pass along a specific delivery date as quickly as possible. When your belongings do arrive, the movers will carefully unload and place them per your request. The movers will also reassemble all beds, desks, and like items that were disassembled for the move.
Then, all you have to do is kick back, relax and enjoy your new neighborhood! If there’s anything else we can help you with, you’ll be able to tell your move coordinator when they call to confirm everything went according to plan.
Interested in learning more about how to prepare for a long distance move? Check out our 10 Tips for a Successful Long Distance Move!