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Need Ideas/HELP....Best way to move furniture from out of town - December 4, 2011, 07:38 PM

So I am bringing some furniture from Greensboro, NC and trying to see the best way to bring it up here.

Anyone know of a truck renting company that rents trucks but not the major like Uhall and Penske. I ask because some I will be replacing furniture up here with the other down there so its a possibility the old stuff may be going back down there. Basically my fiance has her stuff in Gboro and moving it into our new home and her parents wants the old appliances from the home so it may be a switch a roo.

Greensboro is about 4 hrs away. Uhall and all them pay per mile unless going one way. Is there any company that rents trucks out for this type of work other than them.

We are talking major appliances. Bedroom set, stove, refrigerator, microwave, diswasher.


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I want to say when i flew up to new york rented a uhaul and drove back to va cost around $250. Big box truck.

I think you will be pretty limited...when you figure the cost of the shipping and or size or trucks uhaul really isn't a bad decision.
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So I am bringing some furniture from Greensboro, NC and trying to see the best way to bring it up here.

Anyone know of a truck renting company that rents trucks but not the major like Uhall and Penske. I ask because some I will be replacing furniture up here with the other down there so its a possibility the old stuff may be going back down there. Basically my fiance has her stuff in Gboro and moving it into our new home and her parents wants the old appliances from the home so it may be a switch a roo.

Greensboro is about 4 hrs away. Uhall and all them pay per mile unless going one way. Is there any company that rents trucks out for this type of work other than them.

We are talking major appliances. Bedroom set, stove, refrigerator, microwave, diswasher.
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