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Dorm Room Movers | Triangle Movers

Dorm Room Movers

Triangle Movers  >  Dorm Room Movers

If you’re picking up your college student from university housing, call the dorm room movers at Triangle Movers.

The school year has ended early for many students in New York and across the country, and people are returning home.

Let us help you pack and move you or your student quickly, safely, and efficiently. We’ll send movers to you to gather the items and deliver them when you’re ready.

Quick Read

Dorm rooms mean tight spaces, which is a challenge on top of this being the first time living away from home for many young adults. As dorm room mover experts, we make this process stress-free.

To make your move easy, we offer:

  • Local, long-distance, and even international moves
  • Full or partial packing and unpacking
  • Secure warehouse storage options

By choosing us you get a mover with:

  • 35 years of experience
  • An A+ rating from the BBB
  • A background checked and expertly trained crew

Whether you’re moving to or from a dorm room, Triangle is the right choice. Call us at (845) 566-0288 to learn more or start your move with a free estimate.

We have nearly 25 years of experience helping people plan moves big and small. And don’t worry about a thing – we’ve seen messy dorm rooms before. We’ll pack it up, move it out, haul it home — and stay mum about all the pizza boxes we tossed.

If you don’t want items shipped home, ask about our summer storage for college students.

College Movers, New York and Nationwide

At Triangle Movers, we’ve been in business since 1996, and we’re an agent of Stevens Worldwide Van Lines. That means no matter where your student attends college, we have a moving industry professional on call to help at campuses across the country.

Our staff is dedicated to complete customer service and satisfaction. Our representatives will work with you to coordinate a plan that addresses all your concerns and stays within your budget.

If you are attending the U.S. Military Academy at West Point or any college in New York and need your items packed and sent home, we’ll be able to call on our network of 400 agents across the United States.

We also have packing supplies available for your student moving needs.

Moving into a College Dorm

When the school year picks up again, call Triangle to help you move back into the student housing. If you’re wondering about how to move a college student across the country, call Triangle Movers.

Of course our moves are not limited to dorm rooms. We offer apartment moving, too.

As soon as you know the move-in date, call us to book a professional dorm mover. You will be able to enjoy the rite of passage of sending your student off to college, minus the back-breaking work of heavy lifting and carrying boxes through crowded hallways with all the other parents.

Here are some things you’ll need when moving into a student dorm:

  • Pillows
  • Bed sheets (suggested size: Twin XL)
  • Under bed storage
  • Towels
  • Shower caddy
  • Personal grooming accessories
  • Bathrobe
  • First-aid kit
  • Medicine and prescriptions
  • A soft-sided hamper for hauling home your dirty clothes
  • Shoe storage
  • Nondamaging wall mounts to post decorations and personal pictures
  • Area rug
  • Reading lamp
  • Fan
  • Study supplies (highlighters, sticky notes)
  • Snacks
  • Zip-top bags
  • Plastic food-storage containers
  • Umbrella

Call Triangle Movers for a Free Estimate

Seeing a student off to college can be an emotional experience. You want to spend your time together and make positive memories. Don’t make it an exhausting experience, too.

Hiring a moving service is a quick and cost-effective way to help with the college transition.

For peace of mind, call Triangle Movers today at 1-888-875-MOVE or fill out the form on this page for a free, no-obligation moving estimate.

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Did you know...?

How Do I Know Which Movers are Trustworthy?

With how big the moving industry is, it can be pretty difficult to determine who the best moving company is for you. Here are some of the key things to look for when researching a moving company:

  • Badges: Look to see if they have any certifications or if they are accredited by the BBB. These will also show you if they have won any awards for top service.
  • Experience: You may want to avoid movers that are relatively new. Experience is key to a good move. This could be listed anywhere on the site, but the most surefire location is in their About Us page.
  • Reviews: Find online reviews. If a moving company has less than a 4-star average rating on their Google Reviews, there is most likely an issue there.
  • Family-Owned and Operated: This is always a big plus. Not only will this help you avoid shady moving companies, but it will also help you avoid ones that are too big to genuinely care about your move.

The only way to know for sure is to do in-depth research. As you narrow down your list, look more and more into these aspects of the company to find the best one for you.

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