Are you looking for a mover in Montvale, 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 Montvale 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
Montclair is a relatively big town located in the heart of Essex County. According to the US Census of 2010, the township had a population of 37,669 people which represented a decline of 3.4% from the year 2000. Montclair was first designated as a township in 1868 by slicing portions of Bloomfield Township. The name Montclair was carried from France by French Settlers meaning bright mountain. Its lovely climate and scenery have made it a haven for tourists who want to have special moments from the city.
Its proximity to other small towns and cities in the neighborhood has encouraged people to buy property or rent premises from which to commute every day to work. Some of the neighboring towns within a distance of only 5 miles include Verona, Clifton, Passaic, Nutley, and Orange. From Montclair to Newark is only 7 miles while Jersey City and New York are located a little longer at 10 miles and 13 miles respectively.
Top facilities in Montclair include hotels, pubs and restaurants line Fascino, Fin Raw & Kitchen, and Mesob Ethiopian Restaurant that serve Mediterranean, Europe, African, Asia and Caribbean cuisines. The town is also home to Edgemont Memorial Park, Glenfield Park, and Brook Dog Park that provides you with enthralling moment to camp, hike, birds watching, outdoor sports, and celebrations. Other facilities to enjoy at the town include shopping malls like Shop Local Monitor and The Art Garage.
What is the difference between a moving broker and a moving carrier?
A moving broker is someone who does not have trucks or movers of their own but instead arranges to book your move and works with an actual moving carrier to carry out the job. A moving carrier, typically referred to as just a moving company, has actual moving trucks and movers of their own and will work directly with you throughout the entire process.