Not all Bonita movers are the same. Hilton Moving does not like to even be listed in the moving category. Mike Hilton, president of Hilton Moving, cringes when he hears horror stories about typical Bonita Springs moving companies. Mike likes to look at his Bonita moving company as a relocation service rather than a mover. His company offers Bonita Springs customers the respect you would expect when invited into another persons home. His team of Bonita Springs movers are clean, uniformed, well mannered and fully understand the art of moving.
Hilton Moving and Storage understands that the average person will move 1 time, every 5 years. To Mike, that is an opportunity to impress a person each time they move. Hilton takes pride in the relationship they build with every Bonita Springs Moving job.
Our moving company has expanded their Florida operations to include both Fort Myers and Naples while servicing Marco Island, in addition to the Bonita Springs. With Hilton’s new expansion, they are one of the area’s largest Bonita Springs movers with over six full size trucks running every day.
Growth In Bonita Springs and How That Effects Moving Companies
Since the year 2000, Bonita Springs, Florida has seen a rapid growth in population. Its population in 2013 was approximately 44,000. Bonita Springs is located between Naples and Estero and is home to many businesses, hotels, and restaurants. Whether you live on the outskirts or in the city, you are just a short drive to the white beaches that many enjoy year round.
Our Hilton Moving and Storage company is looking forward to helping you make the move to Bonita Springs, Florida. We are a full-service moving and storage company with over 20 years experience and will not just pack your items but unpack them at your new home as well so you can enjoy the first moments in your new home without the stress of putting everything away.
Each year more than 35 million Americans move, whether it is for career opportunities or personal reasons. This time is not only exciting but stressful as well. In order to make sure all of your belongings arrive right back with you, it’s important to take the time and research moving companies in your area. This is an essential piece that some people often overlook because moving is chaotic and most times leaves little free time to do the necessary research. Many other Bonita Springs moving companies are legitimate and honest but there are those that are not. While selecting a mover, do not only look at the overall cost but also make sure they’re licensed and insured. It’s your possessions and memories on the line, so do your necessary research and ask your selected mover any questions you may have so you can rest assured that your possessions will be taken care of. Contact our Hilton Moving and Storage Company to get a quote for your next Bonita Springs move.
Our company has re-invented the phrase Full Service Bonita Springs Movers. To Hilton Moving, full service is defined by allowing the homeowner to golf, go to work, or just hang out at the beach while the moving company does their thing. Our Bonita Springs moving company will walk in a house that looks like any other house, but when they are done, that home will be empty and cleaned, and all the contents relocated and reassembled at another location.
Imagine a mover carefully packing and bringing all your prized possessions to a new location and unpacking everything, hanging pictures, putting together the beds, putting dishes away and making the beds. Now that is a moving day you will never forget! That is a Hilton full service move.
Packing can be real work and if it is done wrong, it can be costly. So if you choose to do your own packing, you may want to take a few things into consideration.
- Do not over pack moving boxes. The heavier the item, the smaller the moving box.
- Start packing the items you don’t need as soon as you know you’re moving.
- Avoid mixing items from different rooms in the same moving boxes.
- Put detailed labels on tops and sides of all moving boxes.
- To minimize the chance of breakage, pack and unpack over a padded surface so that if you drop an item, it will land on a cushioned surface.
- Lamp shades and fine china should not be packed in newspaper because the ink can permanently stain these items. Instead, use packing paper.