Are you looking for a mover in Millington, NJ that is quick to respond, careful with your possessions and just a great all-round bunch of guys and gals?
‘Wanna Move It’ is just what you are looking for. With over 25 years in the moving business, covering every inch of New Jersey. We’ve helped hundreds of Millington movers pack up their things and transport them safely to their new home. Be it 100 miles away or thousands.
We can handle as much (or as little) of your move as you wish. For instance, we can help wrap and pack your belongings, transport them to your new home, then unload everything – or we can do all three in our end-to-end service! The choice is completely yours. What’s more, we take care to transport your possessions safely and securely – giving you that peace of mind you need when moving home.
Our staff are ready to take your call – (732) 250-0869
Millington is a small town with an unincorporated community within the larger Long Hill Township. It is located in the northern part of Morris County and boarders the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Though it falls within the larger Long Hill Township, it has an independent history dating back to 1890 when the Garden State Fireworks was established. Later in 1911, the Millington Building and Loan was started before spreading to other areas. Because the city sits only a short distance to other towns and cities, it is increasingly becoming a place of choice to live. Within a distance of 10 miles, a traveler is sure to reach other towns like Middlesex, Westfield, Somerville, and Plainfield. Besides, bigger cities like New York, Newark, and Jersey City are less than 27 miles while Philadelphia is 60 miles away.
When visitors come to Millington, they are sure to camp, go hiking, and enjoy water sports. They can also hold their events, enjoy hospitality facilities, or go shopping. Some of the top facilities in the town include parks like Hicks Tract Park, Stirling Lake Park, and Passaic River County Park. It also has good hotels and restaurants like Fu Feng Yuan and Tsuru that serve Asian, Mediterranean, local and Caribbean cuisines. Whether it is a short holiday of a longer getaway, this is one place that will never disappoint.
Is There a Difference Between a Quote and an Estimate?
Simply put, a quote is an exact price for a job set by the mover, while an estimate is the mover’s best guess as to how much it will cost, subject to change. A quote is set in stone unless there is a variation to your contract, which would include extra work or a change in the scope of a job. There is no such thing as a binding estimate. Your contractor can change the price for a variety of reasons.