Your child’s moving moving out of a college residence hall, heading off to another adventure for summer. What’s he going to do with all his stuff? You don’t want to drive the family minivan all the way there to pick it up. Especially because it’s not just clothes and school supplies. He’s got a mini-fridge and a microwave too. How can you take care of this in the easiest way possible?
Enter the dorm room moving superheroes, Dorm Room Movers.
Note that I have no affiliate agreement with this company. I’m giving you this information for free!
Dorm Room Movers sends clean, new packing materials straight to your son or daughter’s dorm room, and then either ships them home—or, if you prefer, stores them for the summer—and then delivers them back the following fall.
And if your child’s headed off to college for the first time this coming fall?
Avoid paying airline baggage fees or hauling heavy boxes yourself. Save gas money. Reduce the need for your daughter to bring a car with her to college. Dorm Room Movers will send empty boxes to your house, and all you have to do is pack, print shipping labels, and schedule a pickup on the DormRoomMovers.com website.
Dorm Room Movers will ship everything your daughter needs straight to her college. At select campuses, Dorm Room Movers can even deliver straight to her brand new dorm room.
This entertaining 2-minute video explains how it works:
And Dorm Room Movers works for boarding schools too.
Here’s what parents like you are saying about DormRoomMovers.com:
Our son goes to school in a city that is hundreds of miles from home, so we needed an affordable summer storage solution and Dorm Room Movers is ideal. Everything is simple. From scheduling pickups and dropoffs to getting packing materials, it’s been a great service from the get-go.
James Lee, Loyola University, Parent
Can’t say enough how much Dorm Room Movers streamlined our process!! Honestly, I’m not sure how we would have managed without them as we went directly from traveling to moving in. They were professional and super efficient every step of the way!!
Ms. Chappell, Carnegie Mellon University, Mother
Loved the fact that I didn’t have to haul stuff up 4 flights of stairs.
Ms. Cambier, College of William and Mary, Mother
Excellent service and outstanding communication throughout the entire move process. Superior move coordination. Competitive price with high value. Will definitely use next year and would highly recommend.
Mr. Quirk, Auburn University, Father
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